2019 Davis Cup
2019 Davis Cup News
Davis Cup Finals 2019: All you need to know about the format, schedule, competing teams, players in fray for revamped team event
Davis Cup will see a different look this week with the 119-year old competition undergoing a transformation. Instead of a home-away fixtures, it will be played between 18 nations in a single location.
Nadal was included in a list of five Spanish players, with Roberto Bautista, Pablo Carreno, Feliciano Lopez and Marcel Granollers also picked by coach Sergi Bruguera.
AITA selectors have gone with the expected squad comprising Ramkumar Ramanathan, Prajnesh Gunneswaran, Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan for singles and doubles rubbers.
Davis Cup 2019: Pakistan tennis chief plans to invite PM Narendra Modi while assuring full-proof security
An Indian tennis team is set to travel to Pakistan for the Davis Cup after 55 years. The last time Pakistan hosted India was way back in 1964 when the visitors won 4-0 in Lahore
Indian Davis Cup team likely to travel to Pakistan after 55 years with tie slated to be played in Islamabad
Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) President, Salim Saifullah has said that they will host India in the Davis Cup Asian Oceania zone tie on grass courts of Pakistan Sports Complex.
Davis Cup has been stripped of its soul with new format, but slam-bang version has potential to re-energise event
The Davis Cup has been stripped of its soul, there’s no denying that. But I’m not sure whether that soul was worth saving in the first place.
Argentina and Britain have been awarded wild cards into the 2019 Davis Cup, the first to be played under a radically changed format, organisers announced Wednesday.