Oh well, no Fort Worth. I'll refrain from making bitter remarks about S.C. and the state flag, I hear Charleston is nice, here's the article from Yahoo.... Charleston gets Davis Cup semifinals May 18, 2004 WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -- Charleston, S.C., will host the U.S. Davis Cup team's semifinal against Belarus in September. It's the first time Davis Cup matches will be played in South Carolina, where a formal announcement will be made Wednesday. The U.S. Tennis Association had until Tuesday to pick a site. Its five other finalists were Atlanta; Carson, Calif.; Fort Worth, Texas; Houston; and Tunica, Miss. Tickets for the best-of-five series Sept. 24-26 go on sale next month. The surface will be a slow, hard court. The U.S. team is expected to be led by U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick and the top-ranked doubles team of twins Bob and Mike Bryan. They were on the squad that beat Sweden 4-1 in the quarterfinals last month in Delray Beach, Fla., while Max Mirnyi and Vladimir Voltchkov led Belarus past Argentina 5-0. Spain's tennis federation announced last week that the Mediterranean resort city of Alicante will host its semifinal against France. A court will be set up in a bullring. If the U.S. team wins in September, it would host France or travel to Spain for December's final.