by Mac Leesburg
Home-court advantage, marathon matches and powerhouses defeated—these are just some of the story lines you can expect from a typical Davis Cup tie... Read More »
by Thomas Conroy
Quietly going under the radar at the Australian Open is the announcement that 17-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer will skip his home country’s Davis Cup match against the defending champion Czech Republic next month in Geneva... Read More »
by Justin Onslow
The Davis cup began in 1900 as a simple competition between the United States and Great Britain. More than 100 years later, the tournament’s international reach makes it one of the best events in tennis... Read More »
by Adam Chemerinsky
To understand why the Davis Cup needs to be fixed, we need to understand that it was once a prominent fixture of international competition in sports... Read More »
by Patrick Clarke
The Czech Republic defeated Spain 3-2 in the 2012 Davis Cup Final this weekend in Prague, claiming the nation's first Davis Cup championship in over three decades... Read More »
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