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http://www.daviscup.com/news/newsarticle.asp?articleid=14536

The venues for the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group quarterfinals to be held the weekend of 11-13 April are now known.

The USTA announced Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as the site for the quarterfinal between USA and France. The tie will be played on an indoor hard court, with a capacity of 14,500 spectators. The venue was last used for the 2007 quarterfinal tie, where USA defeated Spain 4-1.

The Russian Tennis Federation confirmed that the Small Sport Arena “Luzhniki” in Moscow will host its tie against Czech Republic on clay. The two nations have not met since the first round in 2003.

Estadio Parque Roca will be the venue for the quarterfinal between Argentina and Sweden with the Argentine Tennis Association electing to play the tie on clay. Argentina is looking to avenge its 4-1 quarterfinal defeat by Sweden in 2007.

Germany will face Spain, for the first time since 1997, at the AWD Dome in Bremen.
 

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when are the surfaces gonna be announced? i watched an interview with kühnen the other day and he mentioned some super-fast court he was considering.
 

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when are the surfaces gonna be announced? i watched an interview with kühnen the other day and he mentioned some super-fast court he was considering.
He must be trying to convince the ITF to let Germany play in the indoor cycling surface! :lol:
 

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Argentina will batter Sweden, Sweden won't even win a set. Vamos Argentina, win the title :yeah:
 
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