Rusedski boost for Davis Cup team
Rusedski threatened to quit Davis Cup after Tim Henman pulled out
Greg Rusedski has boosted Great Britain's Davis Cup chances by making himself available to face Israel.
Tim Henman's decision to quit playing Davis Cup tennis led to Rusedski considering his future.
But the British number two has now told the Lawn Tennis Association that he is available for the Euro-African Zone match in Tel Aviv on 4 March.
British captain Jeremy Bates had faced the prospect of fielding two inexperienced youngsters for the tie.