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Team Georgia Retains Davis/Fed Cup Title!

September 16, 2004 09:07 AM

Facing the first team match point against them for the title in 11 years, Team Georgia’s John Harden served an ace to keep Georgia in the match, enabling the team to defeat Team Tennessee 14 to 13 and win the Bullfrog Jr. Davis/Fed Cup title for the 11th consecutive year.

In its stiffest challenge to date, Team Georgia defeated Team South Carolina and Team North Carolina on Friday to reach the gold division. In the gold division, Georgia defeated a strong Alabama team before facing Team Tennessee.

Brian Devilliers of Atlanta and Rick Davison of Peachtree City were the coaches for Team Georgia. Team members Link Leskosky from Macon and Chris Motes and Courtney Rauscher from Augusta joined teammates from Atlanta including Jarmere Jenkins, John Harden, Eric Morgan, Ryan Smith, Austin Roebuck, Shaun Bussert, Trent Hagan, Jason Hill, Melanie Oudin, Dana Guentert, Joanna Mather, Cameron Ellis, Lauren Meier, Amanda McDowell and Alexandra Haney.

The Champions Club Tennis Center and GPS School were the outstanding host sites for play. Once again, Chattanooga and its wonderful volunteers and sponsors, including title sponsor Bullfrog Waterproof Sunblock and the official cars provided by Herb Adcox Chevrolet, were the perfect host city.

Team Georgia-Davis Cup 2004




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