It seems this week's new Davis Cup Finals is only the start of what the ITF hopes to do in the future.
The Spaniard has suggested that there is an ulterior motive behind some some negative comments the event has received.
Gerard Pique claims that the new Davis Cup is a long-term project as the competition kicks off today in Madrid.
The football player has big plans for the Davis Cup with or without the backing of the Swiss Maestro.
The Swiss maestro is the only member of the Big Three not to feature in the revamped event later this year.
The Kosmos founder has made some comments that will likely not go down well with the governing body of men's tennis.
The 32-year-old is hoping that he can prove critics wrong with the new controversial format.
One of the key driving forces behind the revamped competition has spoken out about the chances of Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer playing.
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