Just hours before the Washington Kastles defeated the Springfield Lasers to win the World Team Tennis championship, some of DC’s top media personalities showed off their own skills in a celebrity match. If you were brave enough to kick it court-side in Sunday’s sweltering heat, you would have caught Bret Baier, Ed Henry, Margaret Carlson, Al Hunt, Jonathan Karl, WTTG’s Dave Feldman, Audrey Barnes of WUSA-9, Angie Goff of WUSA-9 and Jurek Martin of the Financial Times.
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