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It’s a taste of Wimbledon in downtown Washington. The Washington Kastles are bringing World Team Tennis — and high-profile players like Venus Williams — to D.C. fans. We chat with team owner Mark Ein about what this year’s season means for D.C., and where the game is likely to go in the future.
- Mark Ein Owner, The Washington Kastles
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