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    Re: Davis Cup 2013 Seeds, Draws, OoP & Discussion

    Ferrer & Almagro to join Nadal on Davis Cup sidelines http://www.sport360.com/article/ferr...-cup-sidelines


    some hope for Canada

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    Re: Davis Cup 2013 Seeds, Draws, OoP & Discussion

    But that will hurt ticket sales - so not necessarily win-win
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    New Delhi: India's Davis Cup captain S P Mishra on Wednesday questioned the logic behind the demand for his ouster from the Davis Cup team by Somdev Devvarman, asking why the young player did not speak up when he played some of his best matches under him.

    A livid Mishra said how can Somdev say that he is not attuned to the modern game.

    "I was very upset when I heard that Somdev does not want me to be the captain of the side. He has played some of his best matches under my captaincy," Mishra said.

    Indian tennis has been hit by yet another controversy as a core group of players, led by Somdev, advocated some changes in the way Davis Cup ties are organised in the country. One of the demands is change in support staff.

    During his rise as India's numero uno singles player, Somdev beat one of the finest players while playing for India in the Davis Cup in the recent years.

    When India played Brazil, Somdev beat Thomaz Bellucci (the world number 33), Janko Tipsarevic (then world number 9) against Serbia tie and also defeated Yen-Hsun Lu and Ti Chen of Chinese Taipei in another rubber.

    Mishra pointed out that Somdev got these results when he was captain. So what has suddenly changed, he asked.

    "It all looks like Somdev's brainchild and the younger players maybe just toeing it. They (Yuki Bhambri, Divij Sharan, Saketh Myneni) should concentrate on their future rather than in getting involved in this," Mishra said.

    Davis Cup coach Nandan Bal also said that he was surprised by the players' statements, but added that he does not care a bit about what the players say.

    "Look, I will not go by what players think. I work for AITA, they appointed me as the coach and if they want me to continue, I will continue. I want to stay out of it. As a professional, I am doing my job. There is no question of emotions being involved in it," Bal said.

    India's next Davis Cup tie is scheduled to be held here from February 1-3 and the players have threatened to boycott the rubber if their demands are not met.

    Mishra felt that maybe old issues have not died down as yet and the latest issue is merely an extension of that. "If they have some grouse with AITA, they should speak to them. How I come into the picture... I am surprised. I was appointed by AITA and if they want me to continue, I will continue," Mishra said.


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    Re: Davis Cup 2013 Seeds, Draws, OoP & Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by omess View Post
    Ferrer & Almagro to join Nadal on Davis Cup sidelines http://www.sport360.com/article/ferr...-cup-sidelines
    some hope for Canada
    Sounds like Almagro is a maybe, probably depending on how many matches he plays through AO. If Lopez is still upset about the 2012 final, it will be pretty interesting to see who they field. Has Tennis Canada talked about Levine playing? I dunno, I'm starting to like our chances on a fast indoor!
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    SINGLE-DAY TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR U.S. VS. BRAZIL
    DAVIS CUP WORLD GROUP FIRST ROUND IN JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    Single-day tickets go on sale Monday, January 14, for as low as $40 a day;
    Three-day packages still available starting at $30 a day ($90 for the whole event)

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., January 9, 2013 – The USTA announced today that single-day tickets for the 2013 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group First Round tie between the United States and Brazil at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, February 1-3, have been released. Single-day tickets will be available for public sale starting on Monday, January 14.

    Tickets for the Friday, Saturday or Sunday session will be sold with prices from as low as $40 and up to $180. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.com and www.usta.com/daviscup or by calling 1-888-484-USTA (8782). Tickets can also be purchased in-person at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Box Office from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Three-day ticket packages remain available for sale starting at $30 a session ($90 for the three-day package).

    The best-of-five match series begins Friday, February 1, with two singles matches, featuring each country’s No. 1 player against the other country’s No. 2 player. Saturday’s schedule features the pivotal doubles match. The final day of play on Sunday will feature two “reverse singles” matches, when the No. 1 players square off followed by the No. 2 players meeting each other in the final match. Play on Friday and Saturday will begin at 1:30 p.m. and play on Sunday will start at 11:30 a.m. All matches are best-of-five sets until one nation clinches the tie. A revised schedule for Sunday may take place if a team clinches in the third or fourth match.

    The U.S. is 109-16 all-time in Davis Cup ties played at home and undefeated in Florida (6-0). This will be the seventh Davis Cup tie played in the state of Florida and first since the U.S. defeated Sweden, 4-1, in the 2004 quarterfinal at the Delray Beach Tennis Center.

    Tennis Channel will present live daily coverage.

    Founded in 1900, Davis Cup is the world’s largest annual international men’s team competition with 130 nations competing in 2013. The U.S. leads all nations with 32 Davis Cup titles. The United States holds a 212-66 all-time Davis Cup record and owns the longest uninterrupted run in the World Group, dating back to 1989. For more information, including access to player and historical Davis Cup records, please go to www.usta.com/daviscup or www.daviscup.com.

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    Boise State tennis coach Greg Patton always dreams big. Now the exciteable coach is trying to lure some of the sport’s biggest names to Boise for the Davis Cup.

    Working with Idaho Tennis Association Executive Director Steve Bickham and local businesses such as the Knitting Factory and The Grove Hotel, the group submitted a bid to the United States Tennis Association to host the quarterfinals April 5-7 at Taco Bell Arena.

    The group submitted the bid Jan. 6, and Patton expects the USTA to make its decision within the next 10 days. Tacoma is among the cities in the running, Bickham said.

    “I’m confident but nervous. I’m thinking it’s going to happen,” said Patton, who has deep ties with the USTA and several of the players on the U.S. team. “I’m thinking the buyer wants to buy.”

    The U.S. plays Brazil in the first round of the Davis Cup Feb. 1-3. If the U.S. wins, it would host the winner of Serbia and Belgium. The U.S. and Serbia, led by the top-ranked player in the world, Novak Djokovic, are expected to advance.

    Boise’s indoor facility and altitude are seen as plusses for the U.S. team in a potential meeting with Djokovic, Bickham said.

    “I honestly think we’re better than 50-50. We’ve got a very good chance at this, which is kind of surprising to me,” Bickham said. “When we first started talking about it, I thought it was a pipe dream. It’ll never happen. Now I really believe we might get it.”

    The Davis Cup is an annual team tournament between nations. Each team consists of two singles players and a doubles team. If Boise wins its bid, there would be two singles matches Friday, April 5, a doubles match April 6 and two singles matches April 7.

    Each match is worth a point, and a team needs three points to advance.

    The U.S. team is captained by Jim Courier and is expected to have John Isner and Sam Querrey for singles and Bob and Mike Bryan, the world’s No. 1 doubles team.

    Patton has strong connections with Courier (coached by Patton as a junior and played an exhibition match against John McEnroe in Boise), Querrey (coached by Patton as a junior) and the Bryan brothers (played World TeamTennis for Patton and the Idaho Sneakers in Boise).

    Courier also planned to be part of the now-defunct sports-oriented Legacy development in Eagle.

    “He’s got a soft spot in his heart for this place,” Bickham said of Courier.

    Patton said the players are hoping for Boise.

    “The players are already looking kind of ahead. There’s a little bit of pressure on the USTA to come to Boise,” Patton said.

    The city has drawn large crowds for tennis events in the past. Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova have played in Boise in the past, largely because of Patton.

    Patton is counting on the fans to turn out to support this event, too. In fact, he’s based his bid on it.

    The USTA typically requires a $400,000 guarantee for a bid, but the organization did not make Boise put the money up front. The USTA still wants Boise to try and raise the money, Bickham said.

    “They’re pushing to have it here. I think they really want it here,” Bickham said. “That’s why we’re in play.”

    Ticket prices, set by the USTA, range from $100 to $500 for a three-day pass, Bickham said. He and Patton are confident local fans — and visiting fans — will create a great atmosphere for tennis.

    “The USTA has made a lot of concessions to try and make this work for us,” Patton said. “I think I’m being pretty pragmatic. I said this, ‘My word is on the line, you bring it to Boise and we’re going to pack it.’ ”

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    The ITF has announced the official team nominations for the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group, Zone Group I and Zone Group II first round ties, taking place on 1-3 February. Follow all the action on the official Davis Cup by BNP Paribas websites: www.daviscup.com and www.copadavis.com.

    WORLD GROUP FIRST ROUND

    CANADA v SPAIN


    Venue: Thunderbird Sports Centre, Vancouver, CAN (hard – indoor)

    Canada

    Milos Raonic
    Vasek Pospisil
    Frank Dancevic
    Daniel Nestor
    Captain: Martin Laurendeau

    Spain

    Nicolas Almagro
    Marcel Granollers
    Albert Ramos
    Marc Lopez
    Captain: Alex Corretja



    ITALY v CROATIA
    Venue: Palavela, Turin, ITA (clay – indoor)



    Italy

    Andreas Seppi
    Fabio Fognini
    Paolo Lorenzi
    Simone Bolelli
    Captain: Corrado Barazzutti

    Croatia

    Marin Cilic
    Ivan Dodig
    Antonio Veic
    Mate Pavic
    Captain: Zeljko Krajan



    BELGIUM v SERBIA

    Venue: Spiroudome de Charleroi, Charleroi, BEL (clay – indoor)

    Belgium

    David Goffin
    Steve Darcis
    Ruben Bemelmans
    Olivier Rochus
    Captain: Johan van Herck

    Serbia

    Novak Djokovic
    Janko Tipsarevic
    Viktor Troicki
    Nenad Zimonjic
    Captain: Bogdan Obradovic

    USA v BRAZIL
    Venue: Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL, USA (hard – indoor)

    USA

    John Isner
    Sam Querrey
    Mike Bryan
    Bob Bryan
    Captain: Jim Courier

    Brazil

    Thomaz Bellucci
    Thiago Alves
    Marcelo Melo
    Bruno Soares
    Captain: Joao Zwetsch


    FRANCE v ISRAEL
    Venue: Kindarena, Rouen, FRA (hard – indoor)

    France

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
    Richard Gasquet
    Julien Benneteau
    Michael Llodra
    Captain: Arnaud Clement

    Israel

    Dudi Sela
    Amir Weintraub
    Jonathan Erlich
    Andy Ram
    Captain: Eyal Ran



    ARGENTINA v GERMANY
    Venue: Parque Roca, Buenos Aires, ARG (clay – outdoor)

    Argentina

    Juan Monaco
    Horacio Zeballos
    Carlos Berlocq
    David Nalbandian
    Captain: Martin Jaite

    Germany

    Philipp Kohlschreiber
    Florian Mayer
    Tobias Kamke
    Christopher Kas
    Captain: Carsten Arriens


    KAZAKHSTAN v AUSTRIA
    Venue: National Tennis Centre, Astana, KAZ (clay – indoor)

    Kazakhstan

    Mikhail Kukushkin
    Andrey Golubev
    Evgeny Korolev
    Yuriy Schukin
    Captain: Yegor Shaldunov

    Austria

    Jurgen Melzer
    Andreas Haider-Maurer
    Alexander Peya
    Julian Knowle
    Captain: Clemens Trimmel

    SWITZERLAND v CZECH REPUBLIC
    Venue: Palexpo, Geneva, SUI (hard – indoor)

    Switzerland

    Stanislas Wawrinka
    Marco Chiudinelli
    Michael Lammer
    Henri Laaksonen
    Captain: Severin Luthi

    Czech Republic

    Tomas Berdych
    Radek Stepanek
    Lukas Rosol
    Jiri Vesely
    Captain: Jaroslav Navratil

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    AMERICAS GROUP I

    URUGUAY v DOMINICAN REPUBLIC


    Venue: Carrasco Lawn Tennis Club, Montevideo, URU (clay – outdoor)

    Uruguay

    Marcel Felder
    Martin Cuevas
    Rodrigo Senattore
    Ariel Behar
    Captain: Enrique Perez

    Dominican Republic

    Victor Estrella
    Jose Hernandez
    Roberto Cid
    Henry Estrella
    Captain: Rafael Moreno

    AMERICAS GROUP II

    PUERTO RICO v MEXICO

    Venue: Palmas Athletic Club, Humacao, PUR (hard – outdoor)


    Puerto Rico

    Alex Llompart
    Christian Garay
    Edgar Diaz
    Gilberto Alvarez
    Captain: Jorge Gonzalez

    Mexico

    Daniel Garza
    Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela
    Santiago Gonzalez
    Ricky Medinilla
    Captain: Jorge Lozano

    EL SALVADOR v BARBADOS
    Venue: Maya Country Club, Santa Tecla, ESA (clay – outdoor)


    El Salvador

    Marcelo Arevalo
    Rafael Arevalo
    Alejandro Gonzalez
    Captain: Roberto Salazar

    Barbados

    Darian King
    Anthony Marshall
    Russell Moseley
    Seanon Williams
    Captain: Kevin Yarde


    VENEZUELA v GUATEMALA
    Venue: Centro Nacional de Tenis, Caracas, VEN (hard – outdoor)

    Venezuela

    David Souto
    Ricardo Rodriguez
    Luis Martinez
    Piero Luisi
    Captain: William Campos


    Guatemala

    tbc

    PERU v HAITI
    Venue: Club Lawn Tennis de la Exposicion, Lima, PER (clay – outdoor)

    Peru

    Duilio Beretta
    Mauricio Echazu
    Sergio Galdos
    Rodrigo Sanchez
    Captain: Luis Horna

    Haiti

    tbc

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    ASIA/OCEANIA GROUP I

    CHINESE TAIPEI v AUSTRALIA


    Venue: Kaohsiung Yangming Tennis Courts, Kaohsiung City, TPE (hard – outdoor)


    Chinese Taipei

    Ti Chen
    Tsung-Hua Yang
    Hsin-Han Lee
    Hsien-Yin Peng
    Captain: Chia-Yen Tsai

    Australia

    Marinko Matosevic
    Lleyton Hewitt
    Matthew Ebden
    Chris Guccione
    Captain: Patrick Rafter


    UZBEKISTAN v CHINA P.R.
    Venue: Sport Complex Pahlavon, Namangan, UZB (clay – indoor)


    Uzbekistan

    Denis Istomin
    Farrukh Dustov
    Sarvar Ikramov
    Temur Ismailov
    Captain: Petr Lebed


    China, P.R.

    Zhang Ze
    Wu Di
    Gong Mao-Xin
    Li Zhe
    Captain: Zeng Shaoxuan


    INDIA v KOREA REPUBLIC
    Venue: R.K. Khanna Tennis Stadium, New Delhi, IND (hard – outdoor)

    India

    Leander Paes
    Virali-Murugesan Ranjeet
    Vijayant Malik
    Purav Raja
    Captain: Shiv Prakash Misra

    Korea Republic

    Jeong Suk-Young
    Yong-Kyu Lim
    Sung Nam Ji
    Cho Min Hyeok
    Captain: Yoon Yong-Il

    JAPAN v INDONESIA
    Venue: Ariake Coliseum, Tokyo, JPN (hard – indoor)

    Japan

    Go Soeda
    Tatsuma Ito
    Yuichi Sugita
    Yasutaka Uchiyama
    Captain: Minoru Ueda

    Indonesia

    Christopher Rungkat
    Elbert Sie
    Ketut-Nesa Arta
    Wisnu Adi Nugroho
    Captain: Bonit Wiryawan


    ASIA/OCEANIA GROUP II

    NEW ZEALAND v LEBANON

    Venue: Albany Tennis Park, Auckland, NZL (hard – indoor)

    New Zealand

    Daniel King-Turner
    Artem Sitak
    Marcus Daniell
    Matthew Simpson
    Captain: Alistair Hunt

    Lebanon

    Karim Alayli
    Patrick Chucri
    Ibrahim Abou-Chahine
    Michael Massih
    Captain: Hussein Bradreddine

    SRI LANKA v PAKISTAN
    Venue: Sri Lanka Tennis Association, Colombo, SRI (clay – outdoor)

    Sri Lanka

    Harshana Godamanna
    Dineshkanthan Thangarajah
    Amresh Jayawickrema
    Rajeev Rajapakse
    Captain: Rohan De Silva

    Pakistan

    Aisam Qureshi
    Aqeel Khan
    Yasir Khan
    Muhammad Abid
    Captain: Muhammad Khalid

    KUWAIT v THAILAND
    Venue: Kuwait Tennis Federation Centre, Meshref, KUW (hard – outdoor)

    Kuwait

    Abdullah Maqdas
    Mohammad Ghareeb
    Ali Ghareeb
    Naser Al Obaidly
    Captain: Abdulredha Alshatti

    Thailand

    Danai Udomchoke
    Kittiphong Wachiramanowong
    Nuttanon Kadchapanan
    Pruchya Isarow
    Captain: Tanakorn Srichaphan

    PHILIPPINES v SYRIA
    Venue: Plantation Bay Resort & Spa, Lapu-Lapu, PHI (clay – outdoor)

    Philippines

    Ruben Gonzales
    Johnny Arcilla
    Vicente Elberto Anasta
    Treat Conrad Huey
    Captain: Roland Peter Kraut

    Syria

    Issam Tawil
    Marc Abdelnour
    Majdi Salim
    Yacoub Makzoume
    Captain: Feras Dahbos

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    EUROPE/AFRICA GROUP I

    POLAND v SLOVENIA

    Venue: Centennial Hall, Wroclaw, POL (hard – indoor)

    Poland

    Jerzy Janowicz
    Lukasz Kubot
    Marcin Matkowski
    Mariusz Fyrstenberg
    Captain: Radoslaw Szymanik

    Slovenia

    Grega Zemlja
    Aljaz Bedene
    Blaz Kavcic
    Mike Urbanija
    Captain: Blaz Trupej

    ROMANIA v DENMARK
    Venue: Sala Sporturilor "Horia Demian", Cluj Napoca, ROU (hard – indoor)

    Romania

    Adrian Ungur
    Marius Copil
    Horia Tecau
    Florin Mergea
    Captain: Ciprian Porumb

    Denmark

    Frederik Nielsen
    Martin Pedersen
    Thomas Kromann
    Christoffer Konigsfeldt
    Captain: Kenneth Carlsen

    UKRAINE v SLOVAK REPUBLIC
    Venue: TC Premier, Kremenchug, UKR (hard – indoor)

    Ukraine

    Alexandr Dolgopolov
    Sergiy Stakhovsky
    Illya Marchenko
    Ivan Sergeyev
    Captain: Mykhaylo Filima

    Slovak Republic

    Martin Klizan
    Lukas Lacko
    Michal Mertinak
    Filip Polasek
    Captain: Miloslav Mecir

    EUROPE/AFRICA GROUP II

    BULGARIA v FINLAND

    Venue: Tennis Hall "Sofia'', Sofia, BUL (hard – indoor)

    Bulgaria

    Grigor Dimitrov
    Alexander Lazov
    Dimitar Kuzmanov
    Tihomir Grozdanov
    Captain: Dimitar Gospodinov

    Finland

    tbc

    IRELAND v ESTONIA
    Venue: David Lloyd Riverview, Dublin, IRL (hard – indoor)

    Ireland

    James McGee
    Sam Barry
    Colin O’Brien
    James Cluskey
    Captain: Garry Cahill

    Estonia

    Vladimir Ivanov
    Markus Kerner
    Jaan Kononov
    Marek Marksoo
    Captain: Peeter Lamp

    TUNISIA v LATVIA
    Venue: Cité Nationale Sportive, El Menzah, TUN (hard – outdoor)

    Tunisia

    Malek Jaziri
    Mohamed Haythem Abid
    Slim Hamza
    Ahmed Triki
    Captain: Mohamed Fares Zaier

    Latvia

    Ernests Gulbis
    Andis Juska
    Martins Podzus
    Janis Podzus
    Captain: tbc

    MONACO v BELARUS
    Venue: Monte Carlo Country Club, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, MON (clay – outdoor)

    Monaco

    Benjamin Balleret
    Thomas Oger
    Jean-Rene Lisnard
    Guillaume Couillard
    Captain: Christophe Boggetti

    Belarus

    Uladzimir Ignatik
    Dzmitry Zhyrmont
    Andrei Vasilevski
    Max Mirnyi
    Captain: Aleksandr Vasilevski

    MOLDOVA v HUNGARY
    Venue: Manejul de Atletica Usoara, Chisinau, MDA (hard – indoor)

    Moldova

    Radu Albot
    Maxim Dubarenco
    Andrei Ciumac
    Andrei Gorban
    Captain: Iurie Gorban

    Hungary

    Marton Fucsovics
    Viktor Filipenko
    Levente Godry
    Gergely Madarasz
    Captain: Miklos Hornok

    BOSNIA/HERZEGOVINA v LUXEMBOURG
    Venue: Mojmilo Sports Hall, Sarajevo, BIH (hard – indoor)

    Bosnia/Herzegovina

    tbc

    Luxembourg

    Mike Scheidweiler
    Ugo Nastasi
    Laurent Bram
    Philippe Grandjean
    Captain: Jacques Radoux

    LITHUANIA v CYPRUS
    Venue: Siauliu Arena, Siauliai, LTU (hard – indoor)

    Lithuania

    Ricardas Berankis
    Laurynas Grigelis
    Dovydas Sakinis
    Lukas Mugevicius
    Captain: Remigijus Balzekas

    Cyprus

    tbc

    PORTUGAL v BENIN
    Venue: Club Internacional de Football, Lisbon, POR (clay – indoor)

    Portugal
    tbc

    Benin

    Alexis Klegou
    Loic Didavi
    Tunde Segodo
    Theophile Segodo
    Captain: Bruno Danhouan

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    REPORT: ALMAGRO OUT OF DAVIS CUP VS CANADA

    A number of Spanish media outlets are reporting that Nicolas Almagro, the Spanish team’s top ranked player, will not play in the Davis Cup against Canada due to a left leg and ankle injury.

    If Almagro is in-fact unable to play, it would mean the Spain would be without its three top players as Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer will also miss the match.

    http://www.sportsnet.ca/tennis/2013/...cup_vs_canada/
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    Let's Go Canada - never a better opportunity to knock off one of the top countries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skatingfan View Post
    Let's Go Canada - never a better opportunity to knock off one of the top countries.
    When the team was first announced, I remember Feliciano was not happy about being excluded - particularly since he has some hard court credentials (I don't recall Verdasco saying anything, but he's a good hard court player as well). I wonder if they turn to F-lo or Hot Sauce now, or if they are even interested at this point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skatingfan View Post
    Let's Go Canada - never a better opportunity to knock off one of the top countries.
    Yeah just hope Raonic is healthy .

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    Radek is out for the Czech tie against Switzerland (bad back).
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