The Washington Kastles’ 2013 WTT title by the numbers


To put the Washington Kastles’ historic victory over the Springfield Lasers in the 2013 Mylan World TeamTennis Finals into perspective, here is a look in numbers:

34: The number of consecutive victories recorded  by the Kastles during their historic run, breaking the record for most consecutive professional sports wins in history, a feat previously held by the NBA’s 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.

5: The number of  matches the Kastles won against Springfield.  In a dominant 25-12 win in Washington, D.C., they swept the men’s singles, women’s doubles, mixed doubles, women’s singles and men’s doubles ties.

4: The number of WTT championships that the Kastles have won in the last five years, ever since their foundation by owner Mark Ein in 2008.

3: The Kastles also made history by recording a championship three-peat, a first in World TeamTennis play.

2: MVP awards, each to Bobby Reynolds (Finals MVP) and Martina Hingis (Female MVP Player of the Year).

1: One head coach has led the Kastles to their 2011, 2012 and 2013 titles – the Coach of the Year for each of those seasons, Murphy Jensen.

Photos: Washington Kastles win the 2013 Mylan WorldTeam Tennis Finals
all photos by Kwai Chan / Meniscus Magazine