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Thread: DAVIS CUP - GB vs Uzbekistan - tie thread - Sept 14-16th

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    Re: DAVIS CUP - GB vs Uzbekistan - tie thread - Sept 14-16th

    Apparently:
    Dead rubber policy (World Group / Zone Groups I and II)

    No fifth rubber will be played if the fourth rubber is decisive

    If the score is 3-0, only the fourth rubber will be played (World Group: best of three tiebreak sets; Zone Groups I and II: two tiebreak sets plus match tiebreak)

    See........https://www.daviscup.com/en/organisa...up-format.aspx

    So France and Spain have been naughty.
    Although it was held in France?

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    Re: DAVIS CUP - GB vs Uzbekistan - tie thread - Sept 14-16th

    Very glad that Cam got the win, but thought it was very bad that they didn't give us more to watch after only a straight sets match. Even if it was just Jay having a practice set with Leon, it would have been appreciated.

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    Re: DAVIS CUP - GB vs Uzbekistan - tie thread - Sept 14-16th

    Very much feel we were shortchanged yesterday even if it is within the rules, think nearly everyone would've wanted a bit more tennis. Obviously great Cameron sealed the win and put Friday to rest but it was very straightforward, not exactly much of a challenge. Would have been different matter v Istomin though Jamie/Dom certainly put is in a good position by stemming the tide in the doubles and winning convincingly in the end. Whilst only a seeding was at stake we seen some passion and for the most part an enjoyable atmosphere.

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