Category: Davis Cup
The ITF’s plan to reduce Davis Cup rubbers to best of three sets has been rejected at the organisation’s AGM in Vietnam. The motion received 63.54% support from member nations, but each reform required a two thirds majority in the...Read More
A big crowd in lighthearted mood enjoyed the final day of action in Rouen’s Kindarena, with Britain’s Dan Evans beating Julien Benneteau 6-1, 6-2 despite the Frenchman being joined on court at one point by Nicolas Mahut and team captain Yannick...Read More
France won an enthralling doubles rubber in Rouen to progress to the 2017 Davis Cup World Group Semi Finals. The home pair of Julien Benneteau and Nicolas Mahut edged home 7-6(7) 5-7 7-5 7-5 to beat Dominic Inglot and Jamie Murray after 3 hours and twenty minutes of high class doubles...Read More
WHEN the dust settles, captain Leon Smith will prepare Great Britain for a Davis Cup quarter-final against France in April after his team earned their place, literally, by default. An ashamed and embarrassed Denis Shapovalov, of Canada, kicked it up when he presented SmithÈs side with a spot by firing the ball like a bullet into the left eye of umpire Arnaud Gabas leaving it black, the French official hospitalised and the offender defaulted in what was clearly a freak accident. Kyle Edmund had won the deciding rubber. 2015 champions GB had beaten their hosts 3-2 in Ottawa to...Read More
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