Gerard Pique claims that the new Davis Cup is a long-term project as the competition kicks off today in Madrid.
The world No.7 has reiterated his opposition to the changes that have been made to the historic competition.
The former world No.4 sheds light on if he would like to lead his nation in a more permanent role in the future.
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The injury-stricken season of the former grand slam champion has come to an end.
It is not going to plan for organisers of the team competition with numerous sessions yet to sell half of their tickets.
Two team events is too much for the former world No.1.
Former world No.1 Lleyton Hewitt explains why the fiery player is back in the team after a 18-month absence.
Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray will all play in the Davis Cup Finals next month after being nominated by their respective countries.
The Swiss Maestro addresses his future in the team competition.
It had been claimed that the former top 10 player was pondering playing in Madrid later this year.
The Swiss maestro is the only member of the Big Three not to feature in the revamped event later this year.
The world No.1 has confirmed his participation in the event for the first time ahead of his US Open campaign.
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The Kosmos founder has made some comments that will likely not go down well with the governing body of men's tennis.
Mardy Fish takes the reins of the US Davis Cup team and feels very strongly about the new format for the competition: "If you love Davis...
BNP Paribas will no longer sponsor the Davis Cup after 17 years.
Davis Cup Finals tournament director Albert Costa is asking for patience as he believes the tournament will be an overwhelming success
The 32-year-old is hoping that he can prove critics wrong with the new controversial format.