IRVING — The Texas Wild got off to a slow start Sunday night, but they couldn’t have finished better.The Wild won the final 13 games of the match, including a sweep of both singles sets, to pick up a 23-10 victory over the Sacramento Capitals in a World TeamTennis match on the indoor court at the Four Seasons Resort and Club in Las Colinas.The victory moved the Wild into a tie for the Western Conference lead with Springfield at 4-2. The Capitals slipped to 3-3 and are a game back tied with Orange County. Texas plays at Springfield at 7 p.m. on Monday night in a battle for the best record in World TeamTennis. Sunday’s prolonged rain forced the final match of the Wild’s four-match inaugural homestand to be moved to the indoor court. After dropping the opening set of mixed doubles 5-3 to Southlake resident Mark Knowles and Megan Moulton-Levy, the Wild bounced back with 19-year-old Eugenie Bouchard of Canada and doubles specialist Darjia Jurak of Croatia providing the spark in a 5-3 victory in women’s doubles over Irina Falconi and Levy to square the match at 8 games apiece.The Wild men kept the momentum going in men’s doubles with Aisam Qureshi and Alex Bogomolov Jr. pulling out a 5-2 victory over Knowles and Ryan Sweeting to open a 14-11 lead heading into the night’s singles action. The key game in men’s doubles came in the sixth game when the Wild broke Sweeting on an inside-out forehand winner by Bogomolov at 3-2 and Qureshi hit a blistering return that Knowles couldn’t handle on game point.Bouchard’s 5-0 victory over Falconi extended the Wild lead to a comformtable 19-10 advantage, and Bogomolov provided the finishing touch with a 5-0 sweep against Sweeting.Texas went 3-1 on the homestand, including a victories over two-time defending WTT champion Washington and Friday night’s victory over the Boston Lobsters. The victory in the home opener over Washington snapped the Kastles’ record 34-game winning streak.For Knowles, who trains at the Four Seasons Resort when he’s at home in Southlake, the night was special, despite the outcome.“It was really special.” said Knowles, a four-time Grand Slam doubles champion. “It’s just a shame we didn’t get to play outside at that beautiful venue. It was just a pleasure to play. This is basically home for me. It was awkward playing against kind of my home — against the Texas Wild — but it was a great match and they were right on tonight.”Knowles, who has played a limited schedule on the ATP Tour this year and has been coaching Mardy Fish, said he will be adding TV to his list of credits this summer.“I’m going to do a lot of commentary for the Tennis Channel during the U.S. Open Series,” he said. “So I’m going to be in Cincinnati, Winston-Salem, and do the whole two weeks at the U.S. Open.” The Wild will return home Friday after three road matches to take on newly inducted Hall of Famer Martina Hingis and the Kastles. The top-ranked doubles team of Bob and Mike Bryan will also make their home debut Friday with the Wild. Hingis and the Bryans, who have won four consecutive Grand Slam doubles titles and an Olympic gold medal a the London Games, will be honored during the evening.Tickets can be purchased at Texaswildtennis.com or by calling 972-823-9453.