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Davis Cup In Austin (Maybe)!

By Kselz @TennisFixation
Davis Cup In Austin (Maybe)!You may know that the United States Davis Cup team (now captained by Jim Courier) recently beat down Chile, 4-1, in their first round tie and comes up next against Spain. And there is a very, very good likelihood that the next tie, in which the U.S. takes on Spain (think Rafael Nadal) will take place in Austin, Andy Roddick's hometown. The other two towns in contention are San Antonio and Albany, New York but those who predict these kinds of things are predicting that the powers-that-make-the-site-selection will favor Austin in support of Roddick. This U.S. vs. Spain tie takes place July 8 through 10 and I am watching the news on this very, very closely because if its in Austin, I'm going. Come on powers-that-select - select Austin!
© Kim Selzman 2011 All Rights Reserved

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