These Davis Cup tickets will allow you to see an event that pits country against country,
just like the World Cup and the Olympic Games. The Davis Cup regularly brings in the biggest names tennis has to offer, so
get your family together and come check out some world class athletes competing for the pride of their country!
The first tennis tickets to this tournament were sold in 1900. Dwight Davis, from whence
the tournament got its name, began this competition with the intention of creating an annual tennis match between the best
in England, and the best in the U.S. His tournament has grown exponentially over the years, and now it is one of the most
celebrated sporting events in the world. Regional tournament sites will determine the nations that move onto final stages
of the Davis Cup. There are all sorts of unique tennis slang terms- such as “ties” and “rubbers”-
that have developed from this tournament.
The United States won the 2007 Davis Cup in Portland, Oregon for the first time in over a decade. The Bryans took
home the doubles championship. James Blake and Andy Roddick both came through to give the Americans an important team victory
before an excited home crowd. Can the U.S. repeat such a brilliant team performance? Get tickets to the next Davis Cup to
find out first-hand- or should we say backhand?