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“People who aren’t tennis fans or sports fans say, Emma will win the calendar Slam she’s that great. If it were that easy, right? It

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Davis Cup venues announced

Davis Cup Finals group stage matches will take place in Bologna, Glasgow, Hamburg, and Malaga the International Tennis Federation has confirmed. The 2022 Finals will

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Cup replacements for dumped Russians

Russia will be replaced by Serbia in the Davis Cup finals and by Australia in the Billie Jean Cup, the International Tennis Federation announced on

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Kyrgios snubbed by Hewitt for Davis Cup selection

Nick Kyrgios has been snubbed by Australia’s Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt, despite his recent doubles triumph in Melbourne. Hewitt has opted for Luke Saville,

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Davis Cup changes format – again

Tinkering with the Davis Cup continues as organisers announced on the weekend the competition format is to change again. 2022 will see the finals of

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An amazing two weeks: Medvedev bathes in Davis Cup glory

World No.2 Daniil Medvedev said winning the Davis Cup capped off some of the “best weeks” of his tennis career. Medvedev helped clinch a third

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Frustrated Djokovic dumped out of Davis Cup

Novak Djokovic let his frustrations get the better of him as Serbia crashed out of the Davis Cup to arch rivals Croatia on Friday. The

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Medvedev leads way as Russians see off Swedes

Daniil Medvedev defeated Mikael Ymer 6-4, 6-4 Thursday to give Russia a 2-0 lead over Sweden in the quarter-finals of the Davis Cup. Andrey Rublev

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Djokovic leads Serbia into semi-finals

Novak Djokovic proved the deciding factor as Serbia beat Kazakstan in their Davis Cup quarter-final in Madrid on Wednesday. Djokovic beat Alexander Bublik 6-3, 6-3

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They’ve ‘wrecked’ Davis Cup tennis, says angry Woodbridge

Australian tennis great Todd Woodbridge has lashed out organisers of the Davis Cup, saying the tournament could disappear within five years. Woodbridge believes the event