LOS ANGELES, March 2, 2022 – Tennis Channel can have dwell protection of the U.S. Davis Cup crew’s qualifying competitors with Colombia in Reno, Nevada, March 4-5. All 5 matches of the two-day occasion will seem on the community and its streaming service Tennis Channel Plus, starting Friday, March 4, at 7 p.m. ET. The successful nation will advance to the Davis Cup Finals November 23-27.
The competitors will characteristic two singles matches Friday, March 4, beginning at 7 p.m. ET, adopted by a doubles and two singles matches Saturday, March 5, underway at 4 p.m. ET. The occasion takes place on the Reno Occasions Heart, simply the second time that the US has hosted a Davis Cup occasion in Nevada.
Announcer Noah Eagle (@NoahEagle15) will likely be in Reno for Tennis Channel in the course of the occasion, joined by former participant and community analyst Mark Knowles (@knowlzee10s). Knowles represented the Bahamas 29 occasions in Davis Cup play from 1989-2008.
America has gained 32 Davis Cup titles, greater than some other nation, with its most up-to-date in 2007.
This weekend’s squad consists of Taylor Fritz, Jack Sock, Rajeev Ram, Tommy Paul and Sebastian Korda. Fritz is at present ranked No. 20 in singles and comes into the younger 2022 season driving the momentum of a powerful end in 2021. Sock has gained doubles and mixed-doubles titles on the most important levels in tennis, together with Wimbledon, the US Open and the Olympics. Ram has an analogous doubles and mixed-doubles pedigree, amassing main championships and medaling on the Olympics in 2016. Paul has steadily risen within the rankings and is at present the No. 39 singles participant on the earth, a profession excessive.
The U.S. crew is captained by Mardy Fish, who represented the Stars and Stripes 11 occasions as a participant. In opposition to Colombia in 2010, he gained each singles matches and shared within the doubles win to present the Individuals all three competition-deciding victories. Unfold throughout three days, every contest was a grueling, tight battle, reaching the fifth set in singles and the fourth in doubles.