France, Serbia book Davis Cup semifinal spots

April 8, 2017 0

After just two days of action this week, the semifinal on the bottom half of the Davis Cup draw is already set up: it will be Serbia paying a visit to France in a rematch of the 2010 final. France is one round away from a return trip after finishing off Great Britain on Saturday afternoon. […]

Davis Cup quarterfinals previews and predictions

April 6, 2017 117

The Davis Cup quarterfinals are taking place around the world this weekend, when Novak Djokovic will make his return to the tennis court after losing early in Indian Wells and missing the next Masters 1000 event in Miami. Djokovic and the rest of his Serbian squad are hosting a Spanish side that is without Rafael Nadal. […]

Kyrgios: “I’m probably in the best place I’ve ever been”

April 5, 2017 1

Nick Kyrgios said at Tuesday’s pre-draw press conference in advance of this weekend’s Davis Cup quarterfinal tie between Australia and the United States that he is in the best place he has even been right now–certainly from a mental standpoint and likely in terms of his play, as well.
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Shapovalov blast into umpire’s eye ends Davis Cup tie in default

February 6, 2017 12

Last weekend’s first-round Davis Cup tie between Great Britain and Canada could not have ended in more bizarre fashion. In the decisive fifth rubber, Canada’s Denis Shapovalov was defaulted in the third set for smacking a ball in frustration that torpedoed right into the chair umpire’s eye. […]

Cilic, Del Potro pick up wins to leave Davis Cup final tied 1-1

November 26, 2016 9

The 2016 Davis Cup final between Croatia and Argentina is tied at 1-1, as many expected would be the case, after one day of action. Marin Cilic opened for the host Croats with a 6-3, 7-5, 3-6, 1-6, 6-2 victory over Federico Delbonis before Juan Martin Del Potro evened the score for the visitors with a 6-4, 6-7(6), 6-3, 7-5 defeat of Ivo Karlovic. […]

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