Team GB’s Davis Cup tie against France will be played at Queen’s Club

The decision has been made, Great Britain’s Davis Cup quarter-final against France will be played on grass: more precisely, the grass of the prestigious Queen’s Club in West Kensington, a location which is normally a British Summer’s a members club. A top tennis betting expert knows that the British pair of Andy Murray and James Ward will face the French quality of the likes of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Mofilsand Richard Gasquet and so, not only was this decision one made in order to bring back attention onto the brilliant grass court game, but also one that was thought out in a manner to benefit the British number’s superior skills on this particular surface. “It wasn’t that long ago that three of the slams were played on grass,” Murray pointed out. “I think it’s great they’ve given the grass seasonone more week, before the start of Wimbledon, but I think they should also get a Masters event on grass. That’s the case on all the other surfaces. For me, the more weeks on grass, the better it is as it allows us more time to get used to the conditions.”

The fact that the Club members would agree to leave the 7,000-seat Centre Court standing for another month after the Aegon Championships, which will be played in between June 15th and June 21stthis year, is almost a miracle in its own right. They have never previously accepted an extra week of competitions in their short summer schedule, having said this though, the Davis Cup still has an incredible appeal, especially since Team GB have shown themselves to be so competitive.

A top tennis tipster is sure this will be a great match up, especially after the previous tie against the United States, which produced some incredibly tense matches on the opening two days and you can be sure this will be a sold out event too.“Our British team have all had very good results as individuals at Queen’s Club, and especially Andy Murray, having won the event on three occasions,” Smith, the Great Britain team captain, declared. “The grass courts at Queen’s are some of the best in the world and our team will look to use the noise of the home crowd to full advantage.”

A top betting expert knows that the crowd will play a very important role in this clash and is confident that things are not going to be the same as the last time these two nations met at Queen’s Club for the Davis Cup, in which the visitors ran away with whitewash 5-0 demolition.