(July 30, 2015) – The Austin Aces topped the California Dream 25-14 to win the Mylan WTT Western Conference Championship late Thursday night in Austin and advance to their first Mylan WTT Finals on Sunday, August 2. The Aces will face the Washington Kastles who are seeking a record fifth consecutive Mylan WTT title. The Kastles defeated the Philadelphia Freedoms 25-9 earlier in the evening to win the Eastern Conference title and advance to the Finals.
The Washington Kastles will look to claim a record-breaking fifth consecutive Mylan World TeamTennis title after cruising to win their fifth Mylan WTT Eastern Conference Championship in a row Thursday evening 25-9 over the Philadelphia Freedoms in Washington, DC. The Kastles will host the winner of tonight’s Mylan WTT Western Conference Champion Austin Aces on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. ET. The championship match is set to air live on ESPN3, with ESPN2 joining in progress at 1:00 p.m. ET.
The Kastles are aiming to become the first team in the 40-season history of Mylan WTT to win five straight King Trophies, having joined the 1997-2000 Sacramento Capitals with their 2014 triumph. The Kastles are also looking to equal the Capitals mark of six overall championships.