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Pittsburgh Triangles

By Patrick Mondout

The Pittsburgh Triangles were one of the original World Team Tennis franchises as well as one of the better ones, winning a title in 1975. That was the year Elton John sung about Pennsylvania's other WTT franchise, the Philadelphia Freedoms. If Elton John was Philly's most well-known fan, the Triangles at least had Kenny Rogers.

Two weeks after the championship, a grateful Triangles front office fired Edwards. Evonne Goolagong's new husband made it clear to the owners that she didn't want to play for him the next season.1 Such was life in the fledgling league.

1 Love Triangles: Pittsburgh adored its World Team Tennis franchise by Rick Shrum in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 10, 2000.

 

 

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