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Portland one of two Davis Cup finalists

    Portland and Winston-Salem, N.C., are the two finalists to play host to the 2007 Davis Cup finals if the United States and Russia win semifinal ties next week, the U.S. Tennis Association revealed Friday.

    The U.S. plays at Sweden and Germany visits Russia in semifinal action that begins next Friday. If either Sweden or Germany win, the Cup finals will not be held in the U.S.

    “We’ll have an announcement on a site (for the finals) before the semifinals begin next week, probably at midweek,” USTA media relations director Tim Curry said.

     — Excerpt from The Portland Tribune, September 14, 2007


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