U.S. Meets Russia in Davis Cup Finals

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Some of the best men's tennis players in the world gather in Portland, Ore., for the start of the Davis Cup Finals. The three-day team event matches the U.S. against defending champion, Russia. The U.S. has won 31 Davis Cups — more than any other country.

But it has been a dozen years since the last U.S. title, and the drought has been accompanied by waning interest in tennis for many Americans.



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