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San Diego Aviators 23, Orange County Breakers 16

Men’s Singles: Ryan Harrison (SD) def. Steve Johnson (OC), 5-4 in tiebreaker
Women’s Doubles: Coco Vandeweghe/Nichol Melichar (SD) def. Andreja Klepac/Jennifer Brady (OC), 5-3
Men’s Doubles: Luke Bambridge/Johnson (OC) def. Jonny O’Mara/Harrison (SD), 5-3
Women’s Singles: Christina McHale (SD) def. Brady (OC), 5-4 in a tiebreaker
Mixed Doubles: Jonny O'Mara/Melichar (SD) (substituted Harrison for O’Mara at 4-0) def. Bambridge/Klepac (OC) (substituted Johnson/Brady up 2-0 in the final set), 5-0

Orlando Storm 21, Springfield Lasers 18 (EP)

Men’s Singles: Tennys Sandgren (ORL) def. Mitchell Krueger (SPR), 5-3
Women’s Singles: Jessica Pegula (ORL) def. Caty McNally (substituted for Olga Govortsova) (SPR), 5-3
Men’s Doubles: James Ward/Sandgren (ORL) def. Jean-Julien Rojer/Lindstedt (SPR), 5-3
Women’s Doubles: Haley Carter/McNally (SPR) def. Darija Jurak/Pegula (ORL), 5-2
Mixed Doubles: Robert Lindstedt/McNally (SPR) def. Sandgren/Pegula (ORL), 5-2
Extended Play: Sandgren/Pegula (ORL) def. Lindstedt/McNally (SPR), 1-0

QUOTABLE: “Kind of nice to be the first match for this historic event. I thought the tennis was at a pretty high level. It came down to the wire, and was pretty exciting and we are happy to get the win.” - Tennys Sandgren, two-time Australian Open quarterfinalist (2018 and 2020)

Chicago Smash 24, Vegas Rollers 18 (EP)

Men’s Singles: Brandon Nakashima (CHI) def. Sam Querrey (VEG), 5-3
Women’s Singles: Sloane Stephens (CHI) def. Monica Puig (VEG), 5-1
Mixed Doubles: Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Rajeev Ram (CHI) def. Asia Muhammed/Mike Bryan (VEG), 5-4
Women’s Doubles: Asia Muhammad/Kristie Ahn (VEG) def. Genie Bouchard/Bethanie Mattek-Sands (CHI), 5-4 in tiebreaker
Men’s Doubles: Mike Bryan/Bob Bryan (VEG) def. Brandon Nakashima/Rajeev Ram (CHI), 5-4
Extended Play: Nakashima\Ram (Smash) def. Bryan\Bryan (Rollers) 1-0

QUOTABLE: “(I felt some nerves) a little bit in the beginning. I didn’t know what to expect, I’ve always just seen it (WTT) on TV. It’s different when you’re playing down there…I’m definitely the youngest out here. All these players are so good and so mature." - 18-year-old Brandon Nakashima, on making his WTT debut as the league's second-youngest player

Monday's Schedule: Vegas Rollers vs. Orlando Storm, 1 p.m. ET, ESPN2 Washington Kastles vs. New York Empire, 5 p.m. ET, ESPN2 Philadelphia Freedoms vs. Orange County Breakers, 9 p.m. ET, CBS Sports Network