• Top player comments on Davis Cup final

    "Considering the fact that Andy Murray is in the team, everything he has done for Great Britain this season in the Davis Cup, it's fair to say that Great Britain is the favourite. Of course, now they're going to play away which makes it different in Davis Cup because of the crowd and the different…

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  • Scott on a mission at Australian Open, short putter and all

    By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY (Reuters) - Adam Scott's target for the Australian Open could not be more straightforward -- a victory preferably following a final-round duel with world number one Jordan Spieth. Spieth said on Tuesday that the 2013 U.S. Masters champion would be the man to beat at The…

  • Federer to play on into 2017 after Stuttgart agreement

    Roger Federer will not be retiring at the end of next year after the Swiss signed up to play at the Stuttgart grass court tournament for the next two years. Organisers announced their coup on Monday, claiming Federer had agreed to play in the tournament, which switched from clay to grass for the…

  • Brussels schools, metro reopen under tight security

    By Thomas Escritt and Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Schools and much of the Brussels metro system reopened on Wednesday as the Belgian capital started to return to normal after four days of lockdown, but troops on the street were a reminder it remains on the highest alert. With police…

  • Betting company to sponsor Davis Cup and Fed Cup tennis

    LONDON (AP) — A leading online betting company has become an international sponsor of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup tennis competitions.

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  • Andy Murray focused on Davis Cup final despite terror alert

    Andy Murray said Tuesday he had no qualms about playing the Davis Cup final in Belgium despite the security alert, but added that he would understand if any British fans decided to cancel their trips. The world number two, and the rest of the British team, arrived in Ghent, 55 kilometres (35 miles)…

  • Britain counting on Murrays to bring home Davis Cup

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will attempt to win the Davis Cup for the first time in 79 years this weekend when they take on Belgium in Ghent, although if they do succeed the Scottish town of Dunblane could argue its name should be enscribed on the trophy. World number two Andy…

  • Murray the key as Britain and Belgium contest Davis Cup final

    The picturesque Flanders city is just 55 kilometres (35 miles) from Brussels, still reeling from the fallout of the terrorist attacks on Paris that killed 130 people and injured hundreds more. The Belgian government has declared the highest level of terror alert in the capital city as the hunt for…

  • Tennis final to go ahead in Belgium with increased security

    The Davis Cup final is set to go ahead as planned in Ghent this weekend with increased security measures because of the ongoing terror alert in Belgium, the International Tennis Federation said Monday. After delaying the trip by a day, Britain's team flew into Ghent on Monday ahead of the three-day…

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  • Henman backs Murray after Lloyd criticism

    After David Lloyd criticised Andy Murray for not aiding the development of British tennis, Tim Henman has defended the world number two.

  • Federer labels GB as favourites for Davis Cup

    Roger Federer believes Andy Murray's presence means Great Britain are the favourites to prevail in the Davis Cup final over Belgium.

  • Goffin aiming to forget Murray thrashing

    Having been soundly thrashed in his last meeting with Andy Murray, David Goffin says the Davis Cup will be a completely different contest.

  • Davis Cup final will go ahead: local organizers

    The Davis Cup final between Belgium and Britain will go ahead despite Brussels being placed on maximum alert over the threat of an imminent attack, local organizers and the International Tennis Federation said on Monday. The British team, featuring Andy and Jamie Murray, are bidding to win the…