St. Louis selected to host U.S.-France Fed Cup tie

by: AP | March 13, 2014

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email

AP

ST. LOUIS (AP)—St. Louis has been selected to host a Fed Cup playoff between the United States and France with a spot in the World Group on the line.

The U.S. Tennis Association on Thursday announced that the playoff will be held on April 19-20 at Saint Louis University. The playoff winners will advance to the World Group in 2015. The losers play in World Group II.

Team Captain Mary Jo Fernandez says the available players include Venus and Serena Williams. In February, the U.S. Fed Cup team lost to Italy 3-1 in a Cleveland quarterfinal with a team of three Fed Cup rookies.

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email

More Stories

Stephens vs. Kvitova, Nadal vs. Gasquet lead Wednesday's CIncy slate

It’s time to talk about Sloane again.

With win over Berdych, Del Potro gets chance he's been waiting for

Opportunity knocks in Delpo's quarter, where Federer is out and his next foe is Krueger. 

Injuries and upsets abound in first round in Cincy; Venus wins

David Goffin became the first seeded man to be knocked out, falling to Nick Kyrgios.