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A reworked Davis Cup requires some patience

The suspense, for a change, seems less about who will win the big, gleaming trophy and more about how much anyone will care who wins the big, gleaming trophy.

Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi to skip the India-Pak Davis Cup tie in protest after shift in venue

Qureshi goes further to express his disappointment in his former doubles partner Rohan Bopanna, with whom he had promoted the ‘Stop war start tennis’ campaign.

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Nur-Sultan, the likely venue of India-Pakistan Davis Cup tie

The tie had initially been scheduled for September in Islamabad, but due to security concerns, the Indian federation wrote to the ITF asking for the tie to be either shifted to a neutral venue or be delayed by two months.

India's Davis Cup tie against Pakistan likely to be played in Kazakhstan

The India-Pakistan tie had initially been scheduled for September in Islamabad but after AITA wrote to ITF asking for the tie to be shifted to a neutral venue, the tie was rescheduled for November 29-30.

Davis Cup to kickstart in Madrid on Monday, Gerard Pique wants players to have 'week of their lives'

The week-long soccer World Cup-style Davis Cup Finals will be the biggest shake-up the 119-year-old team event has ever had and is being bankrolled by Gerard Pique's investment firm Kosmos.

Davis Cup: AITA picks 8-member squad for Pakistan tie

AITA’s selection committee met Thursday and have picked a list of eight players for the two-day event scheduled on November 29-30.

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AITA picks eight-member squad for Pakistan tie; Leander Paes, top-players return

AITA said the final team will be communicated to the ITF after receiving their communication on November 18.

PTF appeals ITF decision, delays India squad announcement

At the moment, AITA is awaiting the result of PTF’s appeal, and will select the team accordingly.

ITF seeks India's view after Pakistan appeal, AITA stays firm on security concerns

The ITF had taken the decision on November 4, paying heed to AITA's repeated requests for a neutral venue, which prompted the PTF's to challenge the move. In response, the ITF reached out to AITA on Monday.

Pakistan challenges ITF decision to shift Davis Cup tie against India

The PTF President Salim Saifullah said the event-free opening of the Kartarpur corridor is a clear indicator that despite the ongoing diplomatic tensions, it is possible to host the Indian tennis team in Islamabad.

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