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news from Friday, October 5, 2018

- Keothavong will lead the British side into battle in Bath (Picture: Getty) Fed Cup tennis will return to Great Britain for the first time in 26 years in 2019, with the top group of the Europe/Africa zone heading to Bath University in February. Not since turning out in Nottingham back in 1993 have Britain’s female stars been able to compete for their country in this competition on home soil, duri...

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news from Wednesday, October 3, 2018

- Great Britain will be playing a Fed Cup tie at home for the first time in quarter of a century after the LTA today confirmed that it will co-host the Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I on 6-9 February 2019 at Bath University. The last time the GB Fed Cup team played at home was in May 1993 in Nottingham, when they won their group against Luxembourg, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, and Turkey to advanc...

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news from Wednesday, October 3, 2018

- • Bath University to host matches in 2019• 'This will show everyone what Fed Cup is all about'Great Britain will host a home Fed Cup tie for the first time in more than 25 years in 2019, it was confirmed on round-robin at Bath University from 6 to 9 February will be part of the Europe/Africa Group One zonal event shared with Poland and will feature some of the biggest names in tennis from eig...

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- • Bath University to host matches in 2019 • ‘This will show everyone what Fed Cup is all about’Great Britain will host a home Fed Cup tie for the first time in more than 25 years in 2019, it was confirmed on round-robin at Bath University from 6 to 9 February will be part of the Europe/Africa Group One zonal event shared with Poland and will feature some of the biggest names in tennis fro...

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- • Bath University to host matches in 2019 • ‘This will show everyone what Fed Cup is all about’Great Britain will host a home Fed Cup tie for the first time in more than 25 years in 2019, it was confirmed on round-robin at Bath University from 6 to 9 February will be part of the Europe/Africa Group One zonal event shared with Poland and will feature some of the biggest names in tennis fro...

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