India Get Bye in 1st Round of 2015 Davis Cup

Updated: 19 September 2014 10:26 IST

The bye means that India will play their next Davis Cup tie in July from 17-19.

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India's Somdev Devvarman in action.

India, being a seeded team, were given a bye in the first round of the 2015 Davis Cup season as the draw for the Asia/Oceania Group I was announced in Dubai on Thursday.

The bye means that India will play their next Davis Cup tie in July from 17-19.

China will clash with either New Zealand or Taipei in the first round from March 6-8. The winner of the that tie will

compete against India in July.

If India manage to win the second round tie, they will again have a chance to compete in World Group play-off.

India had a golden chance to advance to elite 16-nation World Group but they lost the tie 2-3 against Serbia following Yuki Bhambri's defeat in the second reverse singles against Filip Krajonovic.

Uzbekistan is the other seeded team in the Group. They have also got a bye. Korea and Thailand will clash in another tie in the Group I zone.

Topics : Tennis
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