WTT's Kastles Win Record-Breaking 34th Straight

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WTT's Kastles Win Record-Breaking 34th Straight

WASHINGTON -- Martina Hingis and the rest of the Washington Kastles wasted no time putting on the red T-shirts, the ones that proclaim they're now at the top of the list among the "longest winning streaks in major U.S. pro sports history." And they even got congrats from the Los Angeles Lakers. The Kastles of World TeamTennis won their 34th consecutive match Tuesday night, routing the Boston Lobsters 25-12. Their streak is one better than the storied run of the 1971-72 Lakers, a team that included Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West.

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