March 28, 2011

It's Official - Davis Cup Will Be In Austin!

Last week, it was finally and officially announced by the USTA - the 2011 Davis Cup World Group Quarterfinal tie between the United States and Spain will be played July 8 through 10, 2011 in Austin, Texas. My reaction to this? Yay!!! Austin in only a 3 hour drive away so I plan to make this tie a mini-vacation-getaway for myself and at least one other lucky friend this summer. While I think that lucky friend will be my husband, we'll see if he can work up the necessary enthusiasm to be invited along to an event of this magnitude.

If you're interested in getting in on the action, I recommend you visit the USTA's David Cup web page, found by clicking here: USTA - Davis Cup Austin. Tickets don't go on sale until April 4, but you can sign up for e-mail updates and hopefully get good seats by purchasing tickets early.

Should you be unable to attend - it is my intention to be there and give a full blow-by-blow report to my Tennis Fixation followers. It will be the next best thing to seeing Andy and Rafa face off in person!

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Photo via www.usta.com.



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3 comments:

Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun said...

Yay! That does sound super exciting.

Katie said...

Would love to see Rafa in person. Some day. Until then, I'll have to live through your blog posts. Looking forward to your posts - don't forget the pics!

*~* *~* Tracy said...

I grew up in central Texas and always loved visiting Austin. Such a beautiful and fun city. I hope you have a wonderful visit!