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Paul Replaces Tiafoe in WTT

One young American will replace another on the Washington Kastles roster.

Tommy Paul has been added to the Washington Kastles replacing Frances Tiafoe, who tested positive for Covid-19 and is ineligible to play.

WTT Season: Non-Stop Tennis, Mask and Players as Ball Crew

Former Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic of the Orange County Breakers has withdrawn from the season due to personal reasons. The New York Empire's Mardy Fish is also out of the season due to injury.

The 45th WTT season starts on Sunday at The Greenbrier “America’s Resort” in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.

The 2020 season will showcase a 63-match regular season over 19 consecutive days from July 12-30th, with the WTT Playoffs to follow on August 1st (WTT Semifinals) and August 2nd (WTT Final).

Tennis Express

ESPN2 has added 10 World TeamTennis matches to its July schedule.

The action will begin on the season’s opening day, Sunday, July 12th, with two matches: Orlando Storm and Tennys Sandgren facing the WTT two-time defending champion Springfield (Mo.) Lasers and 18-year-old American Caty McNally at noon Eastern time with an 8 p.m. meeting of the Orange County Breakers and Steve Johnson and the San Diego Aviators featuring Americans Ryan Harrison and Coco Vandeweghe.

More matches beyond Saturday, July 18, may also be added to the ESPN2 schedule, the network announced.

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