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LOOKS LIKE BARBADOS will serve up some home court advantage after all.

The Barbados Tennis Centre is now a go after the Davis Cup committee made concessions to allow for the hosting of March’s opening round tie against the Dominican Republic at Barbados’ very favourable home venue.

Dr Raymond Forde, president of the Barbados Tennis Association, broke the news months after the Wildey courts were initially cast in doubt for this year’s rubber due to a stipulation that requires a venue of at least 4 000 seats for Group I ties.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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