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Roger Federer's Switzerland to Battle Novak Djokovic's Serbia in the Davis Cup
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Drawn against the defending champions Czech Republic at the start of this year’s Davis Cup, Switzerland have been dealt a rough deal in its 2014 edition too. The Swiss team will have to face Novak Djokovic’s Serbia, who may well be defending champion next year as they are poised to challenge the Czechs for their title in this year’s Davis Cup final.
The opening round’s tie presents a prospect of a Roger Federer-Novak Djokovic duel, should the duo opt to play the event next year. Another rivalry that has flourished this year has been the one between Stanislas Wawrinka and Djokovic, which could be another interesting match-up. The tie will be played in Serbia.
Czech Republic, who are at the moment the holders of the Davis Cup, are poised to become the first team to win two titles in a row since Spain did it in 2008 and 2009, as they travel away to Belgrade to try and defend their title.
They will be the top seeds at next year’s event regardless of the result of the final, and are going to face Netherlands at home in 2014 in the opening round.
Five-time champions Spain, who will most definitely have Rafael Nadal at their disposal next year will be aiming to put the memory of a first round exit in 2013 behind them, as they take on Germany.
The star-studded Davis Cup will also have Andy Murray playing the event after forcing Great Britain into the World Group for the first time in 5 years. Murray’s Britain will take on the most successful nation of the event – the United States.
Australia will travel to France, which means that the four countries that host the Grand Slams will be playing each other.
The first-round matches will be played between January 31 and February 2.
World Group draw
(The country on right play host to the one on the left)
Germany v 3-Spain
1-Czech Republic v Netherlands
Japan v 7-Canada
5-France v Australia
6-United States v Britain
4-Argentina v Italy
8-Kazakhstan v Belgium
2-Serbia v Switzerland
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