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Israel will not get to host Davis Cup match because of Gaza conflict
Israel will not get to host Davis Cup match because of Gaza conflict

The governing body of the Davis Cup tennis event will not allow Israel to host Argentina in a world group playoff because of "concerns arising from the military conflict between Israel and Hamas" in the Gaza Strip. The International Tennis Assn. said Israel can nominate a venue in another country for the Sept. 12-14 match originally scheduled for Tel Aviv. If Israel refuses to offer a neutral site, then the ITF said it will either select a neutral site or allow Argentina to host the match. The ITF released the following statement: “The committee determined that, while the military conflict seemed to be slowing down, there was no certainty that this would be the case...

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