CHARLESTON, WV. – (WOWK) – The Mountain State may have lost the Greenbrier Classic for good — but for the first time in world team tennis history — the league is expected to call The Greenbrier it’s home for a three-week summer season.
While nothing is official as of yet — according to reports — the season is likely to take place from July 12 to Aug. 1, 2020
World team tennis is a mixed-gender professional league that was founded in 1973.
This will mark the league’s 45th year and has never had one city as its host — it’s also the first time it will be in West Virginia.
In 2020, World TeamTennis has nine franchises throughout the country.
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