The Capitals suffered their second consecutive loss Saturday night, falling to the Washington Kastles 23-14 at Capitals Stadium at Sunrise Mall.
Sacramento (3-2) lost four of five sets men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles.
"I would have liked to have won that last point in the tiebreaker of the men's singles, and Taylor (Townsend) gave it everything she has," said Capitals coach Wayne Bryan. "She's fighting a little bit of an abdominal strain right now with a pain level of about six (out of 10). Then Mardy (Fish), of course, couldn't play because he has the groin (injury)."
Ryan Sweeting performed well in his second match of the season for Sacramento. But it wasn't enough to fend off Bobby Reynolds, who won 5-4 (5-4 tiebreaker) in men's singles.
Townsend endured her second consecutive singles loss of the season, succumbing to Anastasia Rodionova, 5-2.
"It was definitely a tough team and a tough match. It wasn't our best tennis," Townsend said. "I'm just looking forward to the next match."
Reynolds and Leander Paes defeated Sweeting and Mark Knowles 5-1 in men's doubles.
Knowles and Megan Moulton-Levy fell to Paes and Raquel Kops-Jones 5-2 in mixed doubles.
The Capitals' only win of the night came in women's doubles. Moulton-Levy and Townsend defeated Rodionova and Kops-Jones 5-3.
The Capitals will hit the road for their next two matches. They face the Texas Wild tonight and the Orange County Breakers on Monday.
Sacramento's next home match will be Wednesday against Texas.
Scheduled to play for the Wild are Bob and Mike Bryan, the No. 1 doubles team in the world and the twin sons of Wayne Bryan.
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