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2012 World TeamTennis season

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2012 World TeamTennis season

2012 World TeamTennis season
Regular season
Duration July 9, 2012 – July 28, 2012
Start date September 14, 2012
Eastern Conference Champions Washington Kastles
Western Conference Champions Sacramento Capitals
WTT Finals
Date September 16, 2012
Site Charleston, SC
Champions Washington Kastles
2011   2013

The 2012 World TeamTennis season is the 37th season of the top professional tennis league in the United States. Before the start of the 2012 season, the St. Louis Aces announced they would not compete this year. The Newport Beach Breakers changed their name to the Orange County Breakers.

Competition format

The 2012 World TeamTennis season included 8 teams, split into two conferences (Eastern and Western). The Eastern Conference and Western Conference had 4 teams each. Each team played a 14 match regular season schedule, with 7 home and 7 away matches. World TeamTennis’s playoff format consisted of the top two teams in each conference playing a semifinal on either September 14 (Eastern Conference) or September 15 (Western Conference), and the winners of each match

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