Davis Cup Sports Announcer Andy Taylor. 2018 World Group Quarterfinal Nashville. Ryan Harrison defeats Ruben Bemelmans

Davis Cup Nashville. Day-3

Announcer Andy Taylor Davis Cup Nashville | CameraWorksUSA Photographer Susan Mullane Day-3: World Group Quarterfinal between Belgium and the United States The final day of Nashville’s World Group Quarterfinal was an afterthought. With yesterday’s Tie-clinching doubles victory by Ryan Harrison and Jack Sock, the teams decided to play only a single “dead” rubber on Sunday. […]

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Davis Cup Tennis Emcee Andy Taylor. 2018 World Group Quarterfinal Nashville. Jack Sock and Ryan Harrison clinch the Tie for Team USA

Davis Cup Nashville. Day-2

Emcee Andy Taylor Davis Cup Nashville | CameraWorksUSA Photographer Susan Mullane Day-2: World Group Quarterfinal. The United States defeats Belgium 3-0 For the second time this year, Team USA won a Davis Cup Tie with a doubles victory on Saturday. Back in February, Ryan Harrison and Steve Johnson teamed to clinch a 1st-Round triumph in […]

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Davis Cup Tennis Announcer Andy Taylor. 2018 World Group Quarterfinal Nashville. John Isner defeats Joris De Loore

Davis Cup Nashville. Day-1

Tennis Announcer Andy Taylor | CameraworkUSA Photographer Susan Mullane Day-1: World Group Quarterfinal between Belgium and the United States After the first day of play, Team USA has a commanding 2-0 lead over Belgium. An inspired Joris De Lorre took World #9 and Miami Open Champion John Isner four determined sets, finally falling in just […]

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Davis Cup Tennis Host Andy Taylor. 2018 World Group Quarterfinal Nashville

Davis Cup Nashville. The Draw

Tennis Host Andy Taylor. Davis Cup Nashville Davis Cup Nashville. The Draw Ceremony. World Group Quarterfinal You can’t host a Davis Cup Draw Ceremony in Nashville without a concert. Thursday’s draw began with a 30-minute set from husband and wife duo Two Story Road, before emcee Andy Taylor took the stage to welcome the teams […]

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Davis Cup Nashville 1978

Davis Cup in Nashville: A Socially Significant History

Announcer Andy Taylor Davis Cup Nashville | Photo from the Tennessean The last time Team USA hosted a Davis Cup Tie in Nashville, it was a BIG DEAL In 1978, Vanderbilt University hosted the Americas-Zone Semifinal between the U.S. and South Africa. After a decade of Civil Rights marches and turbulent conflict over racial inequality […]

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Davis Cup Birmingham. Day Three

Jack Sock, John Isner, Steve Johnson, Sam Querrey. For the first time in 14-years, Team USA began its 2017 Davis Cup run without a Bryan brother on the roster. Bob and Mike announced their retirement from the team during their Finalist run at the Australian Open. In an event that has faced maligned scheduling challenges […]

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Davis Cup Birmingham. Day Two

Last August, they won Olympic Bronze in Rio. On Saturday in Birmingham, Steve Johnson and Jack Sock teamed to clinch the weekend’s Davis Cup World Group 1st-Round Tie for Team USA. Come April, they’ll be heading back to Australia to face the Aussies in the Davis Cup Quarterfinals.   Steve Johnson and Jack Sock earn […]

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Davis Cup Birmingham. Day One

Tonight, Team USA did it’s job. A win is a win, as they say. Switzerland proved that it wasn’t back in Birmingham to simply roll over and hand-over the 1st-Round win… On paper, Jack Sock (World #20) and John Isner (World #23) should have decimated their opponents: Marco Chiudinelli (World #146) and Henri Laaksonen (World […]

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THE DRAW: Davis Cup Birmingham. USA vs. SUI

Team USA and Team Switzerland met at the Birmingham Zoo on “Groundhog Day” for the Davis Cup Draw, setting the field of play for the weekend’s World Group 1st-Round Tie at the BJCC / Legacy Arena. The state’s local groundhog, Birmingham Bill drew the names, selecting Marco Chiudinelli first. Here’s how the weekend stacks up: […]

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PREVIEW: Davis Cup Birmingham. USA vs. SUI

Davis Cup World Group 1st-Round Tie. February 3-5, the United States Davis Cup Team hosts Team Switzerland at the Legacy Arena / BJCC in Birmingham. The U.S. is the most successful nation in Davis Cup history with 32-titles. The United States and Switzerland have faced each other 4-times before. The U.S. has won three of […]

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