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That the tournament, as well as being played over the five-set format through three straight days, no longer offers ranking points has only added to the dilemma for players as they put together their schedule and try to factor in time for recovery and training blocks. Most want to represent their countries—and most have done so through much of their careers—but in a physically demanding individual sport, time is at a premium, both within the annual cycle and across a career.
However, it is probably fair to say that few expected the kind of wholesale restructuring that will be put to the vote at the ITF’s AGM in August, where a two-thirds majority could carry the proposals. Instead of four weeks through the year, the entire Davis Cup title will be determined through one week of round-robin and knock-out rounds at the end of the season.
6 to 8 April 2018
Italy vs France: H2H 5-5
Outdoor clay, Valletta Cambiaso ASD, Genoa, Italy
Italy: Fabio Fognini (No20), Paolo Lorenzi (No57), Andreas Seppi (No62), Matteo Berrettini, Simone Bolelli
France: Lucas Pouille (No11), Adrian Mannarino (No25), Pierre-Hugues Herbert (No79, and No13 doubles), Jeremy Chardy (No80), Nicolas Mahut (No7 doubles)
Spain vs Germany: H2H 6-10
Outdoor clay, Plaza de Toros de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Spain: Rafael Nadal (No1), Pablo Carreno Busta (No12), Roberto Bautista Agut (No17), Feliciano Lopez (No31), David Ferrer (No33)
Germany: Alexander Zverev (No4), Philipp Kohlschreiber (No34), Jan-Lennard Struff (No60), Maximilian Marterer (No73), Tim Puetz
Croatia vs Kazakhstan: H2H 0-0
Indoor clay, Varazdin Arena, Varazdin, Croatia
Croatia: Marin Cilic (No3), Borna Coric (No28), Viktor Galovic, Ivan Dodig, Nikola Mektic (No32 in doubles)
Kazakhstan: Mikhail Kukushkin (No92), Aleksandr Nedovyesov, Dimitry Popko, Denis Yevseyev, Timur Khabibulin
USA vs Belgium: H2H 4-0
Hard indoor, Curb Event Center, Nashville, USA
USA: John Isner (No9), Sam Querrey (No14), Jack Sock (No16), Steve Johnson (No52), Ryan Harrison (No54)
Belgium: Ruben Bemelmans, Joris de Loore, Joran Vliegen, Sander Gille