AITA begins procedure to identify venue for Davis Cup tie against Denmark

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process to recognize the venue for India’s next Davis Cup tie versus Denmark started on Thursday with the All India Tennis Association (AITA) connecting to players to know their favored surface area and possible state associations who might host the matches on March 4-5 next year.

India were handed a home tie after three years after the draw pitted them against Denmark for the World Group I connect.

AITA Secretary General Anil Dhupar said captain Rohit Rajpal will speak to the players to understand what surface they think would be best-suited for the house team.

“We will understand in 2 days’ time where we are going to host this tie.

When we understand the gamers’ option for surface, we will see which venue would be best for the function,” Dhupar told PTI from Indore.

It has actually been found out that either Delhi Yard Tennis Association (DLTA) or Madhya Pradesh Tennis Association (Indore) can host the tie if the gamers choose to use difficult courts.

“I feel Delhi will host matches given that Delhi has actually not hosted any huge occasion in current past.They should be eager to have this tie,” said an AITA authorities.

The Karnataka association is hosting 2 Challenger occasions, so it is highly unlikely that the tie will be kept in Bengaluru but an authorities stated they can still “consider”.

It will be the very first tie between the 2 countries since September 1984 when India won 3-2 at Aarhus.

The 2 teams have not clashed much as the only other time they played was in 1927 when Denmark concealed India 5-0 in the quarterfinal in Copenhagen.

Published at Thu, 09 Dec 2021 02:32:39 -0600