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WTT Season: 21st
2019 marks Jensen's 11th season as head coach of the Washington Kastles and his 21st overall season in WTT.
Led Kastles to all six WTT Championship titles, including five-consecutive titles and two undefeated seasons in 2011 and 2012, the league record.
Received third successive WTT Coach of the Year award in 2013, the year the Kastles broke the record for the longest winning streak in U.S. pro sports history (34 matches).
Played WTT for 10 seasons (Kansas City, Delaware, St. Louis, and Hartford).
With brother Luke, won the 1993 French Open men’s doubles title. The brothers also teamed up to win a total of four ATP doubles titles.
Reached a career-high doubles ranking of #17 in the world in 1993.
Played two years at USC and one year at University of Georgia.@murphyjensen @murphyjensen
March 12, 2020
December 9, 2019