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Multi-million dollar work underway at Eric Bell Centre ahead of Davis Cup matches

Report by RJRGLEANER Communications Group Sports Reporter Karen Madden

Produced by Daniel McLeod

Multi-million dollar work is underway at the Eric Bell Tennis Centre to ensure that the court is up to international standard with Tennis Jamaica set to host the Davis Cup for the first time in over a decade.

Jamaica's 69th ranked team will face 59th ranked Estonia in Group 2 qualifying action on February 4 and 5.

Tennis Jamaica president John Azar is satisfied with the work they have been doing so far and is also confident that the court will be up to international tennis federation standard ahead of the deadline

Meanwhile, due to other obligations, the Jamaican team members who are based overseas, will arrive after Estonia. However, coach Mel Spence is not concerned.

 



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