Players including Lucas Pouille and John Millman have aimed their anger over the Davis Cup reforms that were approved today.
Later this week the general assembly of the ITF will decide the fate of the most famous men's tennis team competition in the world.
The future of the 118-year-old event will be decided later this week amid a division amongst European tennis federations in the sport.
Rod Laver has lead Australia's charge to oppose the Davis Cup reforms.
Manolo Santana has wrote an open letter explaining that he opposes the Davis Cup reforms that are being suggested at next week's AGM meeting.
Will the addition of the American businessman have any impact on the future of the Davis Cup?
The proposed Davis Cup reforms have received strong criticism from Tennis Australia and Tennis Europe ahead of this month's vote.
A vote on the future of the tournament will take place in three weeks time.
The tournament will get underway in February.
Lleyton Hewitt has expressed his latest anger over the International Tennis Federation.
The ITF hopes to attract support for their proposed changes to the team event with a new compromise
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A motion to change the women's team event is likly to get underway next year.
The European nation will have the chance to end their 23-year losting streak against their American rivals in November.
Great Britain lost their Fed Cup Play-Off 3-2 to Japan after defeat in the deciding doubles. Konta beat Osaka and Watson lost to Nara.
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Naomi Osaka beat Watson 6-2 6-3, then Johanna Konta levelled for Great Britain in the Fed Cup Play-Off with a 6-4 6-2 win over Nara.