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Andy Roddick, who enjoyed a recent victory over Roger Federer in the quarterfinals at Miami, will open up the USA v France tie in Winston-Salem against French No. 2 Michael Llodra. The pair have their first meeting in six years, since Roddick defeated the Frenchman back in 2002 at Delray Beach.

After losing Jo-Wilfried Tsonga due to a right knee injury, France has been dealt a further blow after Richard Gasquet was not included in the line-up due to suffering with blisters. Instead, Paul-Henri Mathieu will fill the French No. 1's shoes and take on American No. 2 James Blake in the second rubber, with Arnaud Clement and Llodra joining forces once again in the doubles against the world No. 1 team Bob and Mike Bryan.

The full draw for the weekend is as follows:

Friday
Andy Roddick (USA) v Michael Llodra (FRA)
James Blake (USA) v Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA)

Saturday
Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan (USA) v Arnaud Clement/Michael Llodra (FRA)

Sunday
Andy Roddick (USA) v Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA)
James Blake (USA) v Michael Llodra (FRA)

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From the Davis Cup Website.

here: http://www.daviscup.com/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=14575

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It seems to me that now France really has no chance... =/
 

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I root for Monfils, Tsonga and Gasquet...why, I don't know. These guys are so weak mentally and physically that I might as well root for alchemy to make a comeback. I'd have better chance there at my hopes being realized.
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