Originally Posted by debra ˇ|:!
exactly, they have to have a high enough combined ranking. It's quite unfortunate.. but it's the way it is. It's always been common for doubles players to switch around a lot - even the top ones sometimes. The Bryans are the exception.
So even if Travis found a good Doubles player that would be willing to enter a Tournament with him the two of them probably wouldn't be able to get into the Tournament. Since Travis' low ranking would pull down the combined ranking the team wouldn't be ranked high enough to get in the Tournament together. Oh course, the
Bryans are family so that makes things just great for them
I'm really thankful for the Bryans when Davis Cup time rolls around because they can always be counted on to do a great job