3-time Grand Slam champ Davenport recalls Springfield Frozen Custard

Lindsay Davenport

SPRINGFIELD, MO - Former Olympic gold medalist and 3-time Grand Slam champion Lindsay Davenport returned to the Ozarks as her Orange County Breakers fell 20-17 in overtime to the Springfield Lasers.

Davenport, 36, is now a mother of 3 and no longer plays professionally on tour, but enjoys each summer playing World Team Tennis.

Davenport last visited Springfield in 2010, but recalls her 2002 visit while playing for the U.S. Fed Cup team and says she remembers the frozen custard above all else.

 

SPRINGFIELD LASERS def. Orange County Breakers 20-17 (OT)

Mixed Doubles - Timea Babos\Devin Britton (Lasers) def. Anna-Lena Groenefeld\Travis Parrott (Breakers) 5-2

Women's Singles - Timea Babos (Lasers) def. Anna-Lena Groenefeld (Breakers) 5-0

Men's Singles - John-Patrick Smith (Breakers) def. Amir Weintraub (Lasers) 5-4

Women's Doubles - Lindsay Davenport\Anna-Lena Groenefeld (Breakers) def. Timea Babos\Maria Sanchez (Lasers) 5-2

Men's Doubles - Travis Parrott\John-Patrick Smith (Breakers) def. Devin Britton\Amir Weintraub (Lasers) 5-3

Overtime - Men's Doubles - Devin Britton\Amir Weintraub (Lasers) def. Travis Parrott\John-Patrick Smith (Breakers) 1-0

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