Wednesday, May 1, 2013
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Pakistan’s Davis Cup Appeal
ITF’s Davis Cup Committee, at a meeting held on Tuesday, 30 April 2013,
denied the appeal by the Pakistan Tennis Federation against the decision
of the ITF Referee at the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Asia/Oceania Zone
Group II tie between Pakistan and New Zealand in Yangon, Myanmar on 5-7
April. The Referee awarded the tie to New Zealand due to an unplayable
Pakistan Refuses To Accept Defeat; Will Appeal To ITF
Board Of Directors
refuses to accept defeat after the International Tennis Federation’s
Davis Cup committee today denied any appeal against the decision of Sri
Lankan referee Ashita Ajigala to award last month’s Asia/Oceania tie
staged in the neutral venue of Myanmar (Burma) to New Zealand after a
large hole near the baseline rendered the grass court dangerous and
Bartoli Starts Slowly At The Beginning Of The Clay Season
Bartoli ìs back on the practice courts after her spring clay debut was
marred by a first-round loss to China's Peng Shuai at the Portugal Open.
The quirky Frenchwoman, 2007 Wimbledon finalist. went down in three sets
but is not yet hitting the panic button.
Begin Working With Norman This Month
won't be starting officially with new coach Magnus Norman until mid-May,
but Swiss Stan Wawrinka is already excited about the possibilities of
working with the 2000 French Open finalist as his mentor at the season's
biggest ATP events.
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