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MARTINA EXPRESSES DESIRE TO PLAY FOR U.S. TEAM
Published January 20, 1995
Martina Navritilova says she wants to be in Atlanta in '96, likely as a doubles player for the U.S. team. "I am making myself available for Federation Cup play this year so that I am eligible [for the Olympics] if I am good enough. I would love to play, and I think I could hold my own" (Plott Brice, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 1/20).