PHILADELPHIA – After a thrilling 23-12 win over the Lasers in last night’s match, the Freedoms look to increase their first place standing tonight against the Orange County Breakers. The Freedoms hold a game and a half lead of first place and there have been no signs that they will slow down. Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson will be in attendance to support the Freedoms, as they look to bounce back from their last meeting with the Breakers on July 19th.
* The 5-1 Freedoms hold a game and a half game lead of first place, ahead of the 5-2 Washington Kastles and San Diego Aviators.
* Gabriela Dabrowski, won her season debut at Mixed Doubles with Fabrice Martin 5-2.
* After a dominant 5-3 win last night, Taylor Townsend continues to impress in Women’s Singles, as she holds the league lead with 30 games won.
* Kevin King has continued to play some clutch tennis, being able to close out his last three singles matches.
* Kevin Anderson is the first male Freedom to have reached a major final, since Andy Roddick.
* The Breakers are riding a two-game losing streak going into tonight’s match.
* The Breakers return to Hagan Arena, after handing the Freedoms their only loss of the season back on July 19th.
* Yanina Wickmayer is second in Women’s Singles rankings with 21 games won and 17 lost.
* Head Coach Rick Leach returns for his 7thseason as the Breakers coach, after leading them to a WTT Championship last season.
The Freedoms finish up their three-game hold stand tomorrow against the San Diego Aviators. This will be the Freedoms matinee match, which will be held at 12:00pm EDT. Take a break from work and come to Hagan Arena to watch your first place Freedoms! #ServingFreedom