Now, India will take on Pakistan in their Davis Cup tie without the two top doubles players with Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan out
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The cloud of uncertainty continued to hover over the venue for the November 29-30 India vs Pakistan David Cup tie, which was shifted out of Islamabad by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) on security grounds
Following the latest advice given by the International Tennis Federation's (ITF) independent security advisors, India's Davis Cup tie in Pakistan had been shifted to a neutral venue.
India's forthcoming Davis Cup tie against Pakistan has been shifted out of Islamabad owing to security reasons and will now be played at a neutral venue. India haven't faced Pakistan in a Davis Cup tie since 2006.
The unavailability of several India's regular players for the Davis Cup tie against Pakistan in Islamabad in November, including Mahesh Bhupathi, means that Leander Paes might feature as the playing captain in the squad.
Great Britain's Davis Cup captain Leon Smith has called up Andy Murray, who won the European Open on Sunday, for the finals in Madrid
The India vs Pakistan Davis Cup tie was earlier scheduled to be held in Islamabad on September 14-15 but was postponed to November after an in-depth security review by the International Tennis Federation last month
From 2020, the Indian tennis team will have to contend with superior European, South and North American nations in order to qualify for Davis Cup World Group
The International Tennis Federation has postponed next month's Davis Cup series between India and Pakistan because of the recent political tension between the two countries.
The ongoing matter between India and Pakistan regarding the Davis Cup tie in Islamabad has been left for the competition's committee to decide, which will meet today – August 21.
India were all set to go to Pakistan for the Davis Cup tie before relations between the two countries deteriorated in the aftermath of the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir
India Vs Pakistan, Davis Cup: The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has communicated to the All India Tennis Association (AITA) that timings or the venue for the September 14-15 tie won't change as of now
The low-key Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie scheduled for September 14 and 15 in Islamabad has managed to get the undivided attention of International Tennis Federation (ITF), which otherwise would have managed to gain only a fleeting glance from the parent body
Concerned about their security, Indian Davis Cup team has approached All India Tennis Association for a safe venue for their tie against Pakistan in September.
Despite growing political tensions with Pakistan, Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said that an isolated stand can't be taken when it comes to multilateral events -- like Davis Cup -- organised by international bodies.
Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) chief Saleem Saifullah told that the federation was making all the preparations to host the tie Vs India, at the Islamabad Sports Complex.
The Indian government revoked provisions of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, taking away the state's special status and in retaliation Pakistan on Wednesday downgraded diplomatic ties with India, thus putting the Davis Cup tie between the two neighbours in jeopardy
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