Delic named Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Davis Cup captain

by: Matt Cronin | December 19, 2013

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Bosnian-American Amer Delic has been named Davis Cup captain for Bosnia and Herzegovina. Delic was born in Tuzla in the former Yugoslavia, which is now part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In 1996, Delic's family emigrated to Florida. A former NCAA singles champ for the University of Illinois, Delic played as an American until 2010, when he was asked to compete Davis Cup for Bosnia and Herzegovina. The now 31-year-old reached a career high No. 60 in 2007.

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