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Should Davis Cup Emulate the World Cup To Boost Interest?

While most of the sports world was focused on the final of the World Cup and rightly so, many tennis fans still might have kept one eye on the results of the quarterfinal round of Davis Cup which saw a historic win for France over Spain along with wins by Argentina, Czech Republic and Serbia which entered its first ever Davis Cup semifinal. But while I watched the sold out crowd at the Zenith Grande Halle d’Auvergne in Clermont-Ferrand cheer on their French team to victory, I wondered if tennis should look to football’s biggest event as a way to gain back some of its former glory that’s been lost over the last few years. Continue reading



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