Definitions

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  • noun cup awarded for the annual international team tennis competition

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Examples

  • For the guys who are still playing in December, or even without the Davis Cup, they have about four weeks, then they start up in January.

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  • Now Sharapova is saying she was sick during Davis Cup, and that she didn't want to discuss it then because it would strike observers as an excuse she also pulled out of Paris and Dubai.

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  • Blake also decided not to play Davis Cup, saying Tuesday that it was too disruptive to his schedule as he tries to improve his ranking ahead of the French Open.

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  • Blake also decided not to play Davis Cup, saying Tuesday that it was too disruptive to his schedule as he tries to improve his ranking ahead of the French Open.

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  • Blake also decided not to play Davis Cup, saying Tuesday that it was too disruptive to his schedule as he tries to improve his ranking ahead of the French Open.

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  • Blake also decided not to play Davis Cup, saying Tuesday that it was too disruptive to his schedule as he tries to improve his ranking ahead of the French Open.

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  • I had decided to rest my back and not play Dubai and Davis Cup, so it was the perfect time to try.

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  • The most probable cause is that the adrenalin effect is gone after the Olympics, US Open and Davis Cup, and that he now feels the fatigue again …

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  • I may have disappointed some people by not playing Davis Cup, but I knew I needed to treat my back problem. "

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