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Tennis Australia Announces Annull of Davis Cup

Tennis Australia Announces Annull of Davis Cup

Roger Federer announces his retirement from the ATP Tour and grand slams

Tennis Australia has announced the cancellation of the men’s and women’s Davis Cup tie between Australia and the United States on August 18.

The tournament will now be played on Aug. 22/23 in the new year.

“I appreciate the great support the Australian and American governments and tennis fans have shown over the years as well as the significant contribution to men’s and women’s tennis over the last decade,” Federer said.

“I would like to thank the Australian fans for their unwavering support and wish everyone involved the best of luck for the 2018 Davis Cup.”

Federer joined the men’s singles draw at Melbourne Park for the 2014 Australian Open. He has won the event every year since, but lost in the fourth round last year to Spaniard Fernando Verdasco.

Last year, Federer reached the semifinals in Auckland in doubles and the quarterfinals in the Australian Open and Wimbledon championships.

He also played twice in the Davis Cup World Group during his career, helping the United States win in 1996. He has earned two singles wins over Federer in Grand Slam singles.

Federer will retire as a Grand Slam singles champion, with his last match at Wimbledon set for Aug. 11. He will serve as a Grand Slam doubles champion for the first time in his career and also will win the men’s singles event at Wimbledon this year after his final Grand Slam match. With his first grand slam singles title, he will become the first man to win three Australian Pairs titles and the U.S. Open, Australian Open, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open doubles titles in the same calendar year.

“It has been a wonderful journey with tennis,” Federer said. “I have the greatest fans in the tennis world who have been with me from day one and I’m extremely grateful for that. Over the past 18 months, I have made a lot of progress. The

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