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Published September 18, 2013
Meanwhile, this morning's draw ceremony for the '14 Davis Cup determined the U.S. will host Great Britain in a first-round meeting Jan. 31-Feb. 2, with the USTA to determine a site for the event at a later date (Mult., 9/18). The N.Y. Times' Christopher Clarey wrote on his Twitter feed, "Davis Cup struggles for attention in USA as it is. Now next year's great 1st rd between USA & Britain clashes with Super Bowl weekend" (TWITTER.com, 9/18).