Can Isner give U.S. more Davis Cup magic?
John Isner is halfway through what could become one of the greatest 12-month individual Davis Cup performances in history, and the hard part isn't necessarily still ahead -- difficult as that may be to believe.
The tie between the U.S. and Spain begins Friday in the coastal, industrial city of Gijon (home to, among other things, the International Bagpipe Museum -- take that, U.S Open champ Andy Murray!). The surface is on outdoor red clay, and Spain is led by ATP No. 5 David Ferrer and No. ...
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