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Red, Navy, and Yellow               

Owner Deepal Wannakuwatte and Ramey Osborne, Managing General Partner

Head coach Wayne Bryan

Manager Jayna Osborne

Championships 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2007

The Sacramento Capitals
Sacramento Capitals
were a team in World Team Tennis
World Team Tennis
wo competed from 1988 through 2013. The Capitals have won six championships, including four straight from 1997 to 2000. The other titles came in 2002 and 2007. For the 2012 World Team Tennis
World Team Tennis
season, the team returned to play its home matches at Capitals Stadium at Sunrise Mall. In previous years, they called the following venues home: The Westfield Galleria at Roseville, Gold River Racquet Club in Gold River, and the original ARCO Arena in the Natomas
Natomas
area.

Contents

1 Move to Las Vegas 2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Move to Las Vegas[edit] On February 4, 2014, the Capitals, after 28 seasons in Sacramento, announced their move to Las Vegas. The team was renamed the Las Vegas Neon.[1][2] The new Las Vegas team was shut down a few weeks later, before it even started after owner Deepal Wannakuwatte was arrested for running a Ponzi scheme.[3] See also[edit]

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References[edit]

^ Dale Kasler (January 13, 2016). "Sacramento pro tennis team folds". The Sacramento Bee.  ^ " Sacramento Capitals
Sacramento Capitals
tennis leaving capital to become Las Vegas Neon". CBS Sacramento. February 4, 2014.  ^ Steve Carp (March 5, 2014). "League pulls plug on Las Vegas tennis franchise". Las Vegas Review-Journal. 

External links[edit]

Official team website Justice for Victims - Restitution Ordered in Decade-Long Ponzi Scheme (FBI)

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(1977) Delaware Smash
Delaware Smash
(1987–2008) Denver Racquets
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(1974) Detroit Loves
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New Jersey Stars
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New York Sets
(1974–1976) New York Sportimes
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(2000–2013) Newport Beach Breakers
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(2003–2011) Philadelphia Freedoms
Philadelphia Freedoms
(1974) Phoenix Racquets
Phoenix Racquets
(1974–1978) Pittsburgh Triangles
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(1974–1976) Sacramento Capitals
Sacramento Capitals
(1988–2013) San Diego Buds (1981–1985) San Diego Friars (1975–1978) San Diego Friars (1981–1983) San Francisco Golden Gaters
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(1974–1978) Schenectady County Electrics
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(1999–2000) Sea-Port Cascades (1977) Seattle Cascades (1974–1978) St. Louis Aces
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(1994–2011) Texas Wild
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(2013–2014) Toronto-Buffalo Royals
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Current stadiums

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
(Empire) Breakers Stadium at the Palisades Tennis Club
Breakers Stadium at the Palisades Tennis Club
(Breakers) Michael J. Hagan Arena
Michael J. Hagan Arena
(Freedoms) Omni La Costa Resort and Spa (Aviators) Mediacom Stadium at Cooper Tennis Complex
Mediacom Stadium at Cooper Tennis Complex
(Lasers) Kastles Stadium at the Charles E. Smith Center
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