who has home court in future davis cup ties?

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  1. Does anyone know which countries have home court advantage in the future davis cup ties?
     
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  2. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    Well, so many possibilities, but this is how it flies I think: If Spain wins, and plays the swiss, swiss get home court (sadly, can I say grass?). If Spain plays France, Spain gets it. I don't care about the Netherlands, no way they can win....


    Top Half: If USA plays Argentina, Argentina gets it (obviously clay, they'll win it). USA vs. Belarus: Never played, is it decided by lot, or is it higher ranked? Sweden vs. Argentina, Argentina gets it. Sweden vs. Belarus, never played, don't know who gets it.
     
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  3. baseliner

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    U.S. at home vs. Belarus.
     
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  4. Max G.

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    The first time two countries play, it's decided randomly; after that, they alternate. Simple enough.
     
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  5. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    SO ya, Us vs. Belarus in the US, Spain vs. France in Spain. For the final (excluding Belarus), US vs. Spain in Spain, US vs. France in US. VAMANOS SPAIN!!!
     
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  6. Verbal_Kint

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    Isn't it Vamos? as in Vamos a la playa!?

    Marnix
     
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  7. James Brown

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    vamanos is right too because vamos is a verb...different situations call for different spellings/uses. vamos espana is correct, not vamanos...
     
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  8. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    Sorry, vamanos is the plural, isn't it, as in "we go" but the imperative tense?
     
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  9. PureCarlosMoyaDrive

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    Sorry, vamanos is the plural, isn't it, as in "we go" but the imperative tense? So like the order of "let's go" but for multiple persons?
     
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