Unfancied Belgium Host 2015 Davis Cup Final

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Belgium have overcome Switzerland, Canada and Argentina to reach their first Davis Cup final in 111 years. Victories over the defending champions and two powerful tennis nations are impressive achievements, however the highest-calibre opponent encountered en route to a historic showdown with Great Britain was Leonardo Mayer – ranked thirty-nine in the world. Belgian hero, […] READ MORE


2015 Davis Cup Round-Up, Murray, Darcis, and Sock Post Key Performances

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Missed the Davis Cup? We go through all of the results from the World Group Semi Finals, plus every single tie from the World Group Playoffs. As a Brit, I think there’s only one place to start with this. On Sunday, Andy Murray sealed Great Britain’s progression to the Davis Cup Final. 2015 Davis Cup […] READ MORE


500 Is Not Enough: The Case for an ATP Masters 1000 Tournament on Grass

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Halle and London Queen’s Both mainstays of the ATP World Tour on grass begin their main draw action on Monday, with marquee fields as Halle boasts three top 10, and five top 20 players, including Roger Federer and Kei Nishikori, while Queen’s club has five top 10 players, and the seed cutoff is top 15. […] READ MORE