U.S. to host Slovak Republic in World Group Play-off

The U.S. was drawn to host the Slovak Republic in the World Group Play-offs Sept. 12-14 at a site to be determined. The winner will compete in the prestigious World Group in 2015 with a chance to win the Davis Cup title.


Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

U.S. Davis Cup team to host Slovak Republic in World Group Play-off

The U.S. Davis Cup team will be on home soil for the fourth consecutive tie, as it was drawn to host the Slovak Republic in a World Group Play-off, Sept. 12-14. Read More

Davis Cup, Fed Cup camps bring rising stars close to the action

Some of the top young players in the country get to train with each other and watch the pros through USTA Player Development camps held in conjunction with this year’s Davis Cup tie in San Diego and Fed Cup tilt in Cleveland. Read More

Clay courts refurbished in San Diego as Davis Cup legacy

As part of the Davis Cup Legacy project, two 78-foot red clay courts were constructed at the Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, site of the first-round Davis Cup tie between the U.S. and Great Britain.​ Read More

A good effort from U.S. Davis Cup team falls short

Andy Murray defeated Sam Querrey in four sets to clinch the 2014 Davis Cup First Round tie for Great Britain, 3-1, over the U.S. in San Diego. Read More

Bryans prevail, keep U.S. Davis Cup hopes alive

Davis Cup San Diego - Day 2
Bob and Mike Bryan improved to 21-4 in Davis Cup play, defeating Great Britain's Colin Fleming and Dominic Inglot, 6-2, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, to fend off elimination for the U.S. The first-round tie now heads to Sunday's reverse singles matches. Read More

Americans trail Brits 0-2 in San Diego, yet remain confident

Donald Young
Andy Murray and James Ward gave Great Britain a commanding 2-0 lead in their first-round Davis Cup tilt against the United States, yet Captain Jim Courier’s American crew remains confident in pulling out a victory in San Diego. Read More

Young, U.S. ready to take on Great Britain

Newcomer Donald Young, a late replacement for American No. 1 John Isner, will kick off this weekend's first-round tie against Great Britain's Andy Murray as the U.S. and Britain reprise the oldest rivalry in Davis Cup play. Read More

Young replaces Isner, will make U.S. Davis Cup team debut

Donald Young will make his U.S. Davis Cup team debut in the 2014 opening round vs. Great Britain as he replaces an injured John Isner on the American squad. He will face Andy Murray in the opening singles match. Read More

Familiar faces to fill U.S. Davis Cup squad

Davis Cup - USA v Serbia
Veterans John Isner, Sam Querrey and Bob and Mike Bryan will comprise the U.S. squad for the fourth consecutive tie as the Americans take on Great Britain in San Diego’s Petco Park in the 2014 Davis Cup First Round. Read More

Single-day tickets on sale Monday for U.S.-Great Britain

The U.S. has never played a Davis Cup tie quite like this. And now you’ll have more opportunities than ever to catch Team USA take on Great Britain in the first round of the 2014 Davis Cup, held Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 in San Diego's Petco Park. Read More
Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

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