France v Germany Live
This April, from the 4th to the 6th, France girds up its loins to meet Germany in the Davis Cup for tenth time. The matches will be held in Nancy, France on hard indoor courts.
The French have played their strongest cards so far, with the world number 9 Richard Gasquet to start off the Quarterfinals with a neck-to-neck clash with Tobias Kamke, world number 92, and the highest ranking player in the German team.
Following them, the world number 11 Tsonga will face Struff from Germany, who is at number 104 on the ranking list. Monfils is set to beat Gojowczyk and looking forward to maintaining his world number 24 position, if not escalate a little further on the rankings list. Benneteau of France brings up the rear in the last scheduled match against Begemann of Germany.
The French team is headed by the legendary Clement, who has voiced his high confidence in his players. The statistics have, for the past years, been heavily in favor of France, says Clement. France has won six consecutive meetings with Germany.
The tickets for the matches will be available online through the official websites, says the managing director of the event.
Posted: 9th February 2013
France and Germany play in the first round of the World Group II at the Palais des Sports Beaublanc in Limoges, France. This will be from the 9th to the 10th of February, and these two rivals have played each other for quite a long time in the Fed Cup, with the first match happening the inaugural year of the competition back in 1963. France has been able to take the most matches including two in the current century. One of those matches was a playoff in 2010 when they were able to come up from being behind to win 2-1.
France was able to keep from being relegated after they lost the first round match that they played. They had never dropped below the world group before, but they lost the first match against the Slovak Republic but then they were able to take on Slovenia in the playoffs. Germany ended up relegated last year after they went up against Czech Republic. The team nominations this year for France include Marion Bartoli, Alize Cornet, Kirstina Mladenovic and Virginie Razzano and for Germany, Julia Goerges, Sabine Lisicki, Anna-Lena Groenefeld and Annika Beck.
Posted: 5th March 2010
The 2010 World Group Playoffs in the Davis Cup between France and Germany takes place between March 5th and March 7th. Players on both teams are set to square off for the event. The players on the team for France are Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Monfils, Michael Llodra, Julien Benneteau and captain Guy Forget. For the German team, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Benjamin Becker, Simon Greul, Christopher Kas and captain Patrik Kuhnen.
The tournament is set to begin on March 5th at 1200 hrs GMT, March 6th at 1400 hrs GMT and March 7th at 1200 hrs GMT at the Palais des Sports in Toulon, France. You don’t have to miss a minute of the games by tuning in to watchlivetennis.org.
The first match between Germany and France took place in 1913, which the German team won. The tournament has belonged to France since. The French team has won the title nine times since its participation in the tournament. Germany has won the Davis Cup Live tournament three times in its history. Today, spectators can enjoy the tournament in their own home by tuning in to watchlivetennis.org.
Dwight Davis is the inspiration behind the Davis Cup when during his time on the Harvard University Tennis team he expressed his interest in competing against the British. The first tournament was played in 1900 and the championship tournament was born.
With the advent of technology, fans of the Davis Cup can watch every serve and volley in the game without having to leave their own home with online live tennis. Don’t miss your chance to watch the epic competition between these two great teams by watching on watchlivetennis.org. While watching the matches live in person might be the ultimate way to watch the tournament, watching at home is the next best thing.
Tags: Davis Cup, Richard Gasquet, Tobias Kamke, France, Germany, World Group II, Fed Cup, Marion Bartoli, Julia Goerges, Michael Llodra, Philipp Kohlschreiber
Posted: 4th April 2014
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