Davis Cup debutant Liam Broady to lead GB challenge in Spain as Team Bath Tennis players represent on world stage
Team Bath Tennis ace Liam Broady will make his Davis Cup debut on Friday when he plays the opening rubber in Great Britain’s match against Spain.
Broady will be first on the outdoor clay court at the Puente Romano Sports Complex in Marbella when he faces Albert Ramos Vinolas, the current world number 21 who reached the last 32 at the 2018 Australian Open.
Fellow debutant Cameron Norrie will then take on Roberto Bautista Agut in the day’s second singles rubber as GB go in search of a fifth successive World Group quarter-final place.
Broady, coached by Dave Sammel and Ian MacDonald at the University of Bath Sports Training Village, is one of three Team Bath International High-Performance Academy players representing their countries over the next ten days.
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Marcus Daniell, fresh from reaching the men’s doubles quarter-finals at the Australian Open, is lining up for New Zealand in their Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I tie in China this weekend.