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Tennis: Davis Cup

Tennis news: Injured Andy Murray OUT of Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final against France


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Tomic to miss Australia-United States Davis Cup tie

HAMILTON, New Zealand (AP) Australia captain Lleyton Hewitt named an unchanged lineup for next month's Davis Cup world group tennis quarterfinal against the United States in Brisbane as former team..
FOX Sports

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News video: AITA HINTS THAT NZ DAVIS CUP TIE MIGHT BE LAST FOR LEANDER PAES

AITA HINTS THAT NZ DAVIS CUP TIE MIGHT BE LAST FOR LEANDER PAES 01:31

The Indian tennis legend Leander Paes might be playing his last Davis Cup match against New Zealand in Pune if the AITA is to be believed.
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News video: Sumit Nagal Calls His Booting Out Of Davis Cup Unfortunate

Sumit Nagal Calls His Booting Out Of Davis Cup Unfortunate 00:50

Indian tennis player Sumit Nagal has fairly and squarely denied all allegations in a letter against him by the All India Tennis Association after being booted out of the Davis Cup.
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News video: Somdev Devvarman Blasts Aita For Sumit Nagal Ouster

Somdev Devvarman Blasts Aita For Sumit Nagal Ouster 01:10

Somdev Devvarman who recently retired from professional tennis has been upset with the booting out of youngster Sumit Nagal from the Davis Cup.
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News video: Big Advantage For Anyone Playing Under Bhupathi- Bopanna

Big Advantage For Anyone Playing Under Bhupathi- Bopanna 01:18

Veteran tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi, who was named as the successor of Anand Amritraj as India’s next non-playing Davis Cup captain was praised by doubles specialist Rohan Bopanna
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News video: Bopanna Questions Aita For Dropping Him From Davis Cup Squad

Bopanna Questions Aita For Dropping Him From Davis Cup Squad 01:34

India’s No.1 doubles pro Rohan Bopanna has questioned the technicality on which he had been dropped from the Davis Cup team from the All India Tennis Association.
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ITF backs switch to three-set Davis Cup matches

LONDON (Reuters) - Davis Cup matches are set to be played as best of three sets instead of five in future as part of reforms endorsed by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) on Thursday.
Reuters

ITF backs Davis Cup proposals to play best-of-three sets matches

The International Tennis Federation's board of directors has endorsed plans to change Davis Cup matches from best-of-five sets to best-of-three..
Sport.co.uk

Plymouth tennis coach trains with GB Davis Cup captain in Exeter

plymouth tennis coach trains with gb davis cup captain in exeter
Plymouth tennis coach Katherine Bell attended a training session with GB Davis Cup captain Leon Smith in Exeter last week as the Tennis for Kids initiative kicked off in Devon. Back for a second year..
Plymouth Herald

Bedene loses appeal to have Britain Davis Cup ban lifted

LONDON (Reuters) - Slovenian-born tennis player Aljaz Bedene has failed in his latest attempt to overturn his ban from playing for adopted nation Britain in the Davis Cup.
Reuters

Aljaz Bedene has latest Davis Cup appeal rejected

aljaz bedene has latest davis cup appeal rejected
The 27-year-old has been fighting to represent Great Britain since 2015 when the International Tennis Federation introduced rules barring players from competing for two different countries.
MailOnline


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