Davis Cup 2013 3 Day Pass Tickets

A tennis tournament that is among the biggest in the world is headed this way. It is none other than the amazing Davis Cup 2013.  The competition sees some of the best players in the world done their national colors and go head to head in their quest to bring the coveted title to their country. If you are a tennis fan then grab your Davis Cup 2013 tickets and make your way to the “Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena” and catch the excitement live.

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About Davis Cup 2013 3 Day Pass

The Davis Cup is a knockout competition. There are no second chances so every team simply has to bring their A game to the plate. The roots of the tournament can be traced back the 1899 when a team of tennis players from the Harvard University made a plan to take on the British. The tennis bodies on both sides agreed and a trophy worth one thousand dollars was ordered.
The first edition was held in 1900 which was one by the American team. Five years later the Davis Cup opened its doors for teams from other nations like Australasia, France, Britain and Austria. Various other changes were incorporated in the format to keep the interest going. Currently the sixteen best tennis countries go straight to the World Group. The remaining nations take on each other in their respective regional zones which are Americas, Europe/Africa and Asia/Oceania. The Davis Cup is played over a period of four weeks. The seeding is determined by the ITF and the performance of a nation in the last tournament. Both individual matches as well as doubles are held over the duration of the tennis tournament.
The United States is the most successful country in the history of the Davis Cup. They have captured the coveted title a staggering thirty two times and have been runner ups on another twenty nine occasions. They are closely followed by Australia in second place who have won it twenty eight times. Australia have captured the runners up spot nineteen times. Great Britain is third on the list of number of Davis Cup triumphs with nine winner medals and eight second place finishes. What began as a tennis competition between only two nations has now spread its wings to well over one hundred and thirty countries to rank among the most popular and prestigious tennis tournaments of all time.
The Davis Cup 2013 promises to be the biggest of all time. The best players from all around the globe will once again descend on tennis courts to earn more glory for their countries. Millions of fans will tune in to be a part of the festivities and thousand will make their way to the arenas to be a part of it live. Grab your cheap Davis Cup 2013 3 day pass and join the company of the lucky ones who will get to see it from the bleachers.