The departure of the WTA Finals and the presence of world-class tennis from Singapore could be mitigated by news that the Republic is seen as one of the possible host cities for the revamped Davis Cup, set to be transformed with the aim of attracting the top men's players.
David Haggerty, president of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) - which runs the Davis Cup - confirmed in a podcast with Sports Illustrated on Friday that Singapore is one of the cities that has expressed interest in staging the annual tournament.
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