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SA, India can now kiss and make up

The ‘special relationship’ between the two cricketing nations soured nastily, but sanity will hopefully prevail now Haroon Lorgat has gone

Spain face Davis Cup humiliation

Spain are facing Davis Cup humiliation after they slumped 2-0 down to Canada, a country who have never previously won a World Group clash.

Davis Cup: South Africa trail after day one

Debutant Nikala Scholtz sprung a surprise as he put up a valiant fight, but underdogs South Africa went down 2-0 on the opening day of the Davis Cup.

Davis Cup: US brothers must spark slim hopes against Spain

Down 2-0 to the best clay court playing nation in the world, the US is in a bad place in its Davis Cup semifinal against Spain.

SA’s Anderson misses Davis Cup for US citizenship

Top SA tennis player Kevin Anderson is missing the Euro-Africa Group One Davis Cup tie against Slovenia next month in order to pursue US citizenship.

Argentina trounces Spain with Davis Cup doubles win

Despite playing together for the first time, Argentina's Nalbandian and Schwank overwhelmed Spain's Nadal and David Ferrer in the Davis Cup final.

Nadal crushes Tsonga to fire Spain into final

Rafael Nadal crushed France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in straight sets to secure the winning point for Spain in a 4-1 victory in the Davis Cup final.

Anderson wins Davis Cup for SA

Kevin Anderson beat Robin Haase in four sets 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 to win the Davis Cup tie for SA in their contest against The Netherlands.

Solid year for SA tennis

SA can qualify for the Davis Cup world group if they have a full-strength team available, the national tennis team's coach said on Wednesday.

Serbian joy augurs well for future of Davis Cup

In a sport fuelled by individual brilliance, Serbia illustrated on Sunday that the Davis Cup still holds a cherished place in tennis's rich folklore.

France defeat Argentina to reach Davis Cup final

France reached the Davis Cup final after Mickael Llodra and Arnaud Clement beat Eduardo Schwank and Horacio Zeballos on Saturday.

Gutsy De Voest falls to Kohlschreiber

SA's Rik de Voest went down in straight sets after putting up a gutsy fight against Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in a Davis Cup clash on Friday.

SA No 1 full of No 2

This is not a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. It is a Kevin Anderson fairy tale -- but a grim one all the same.

Djokovic calls for shorter tennis season

The highest priority in men's tennis was to shorten the demanding playing season, world number three Novak Djokovic said on Thursday.

‘Tennis World Cup concept no threat to Davis Cup’

Promoters of the World Cup of tennis concept don't think its introduction would mean the demise of the Davis Cup.

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