2015 Davis Cup: Fearless ForecastJuly 10, 2015

Wimbledon hasn't end yet, but there have lots of news on Davis Cup. Bernard Tomic won't join the team in Darwin. Lleyton Hewitt might play his final (Davis Cup) match in front of the home fans. Nick Kyrgios will spearhead the Aussie team against Kazakhstan. Australia will likely win this rubber, but ranking hardly counts in this team competition.

Let's have a look at the quarterfinal match-ups:

France versus Great Britain. The British team are the favourites on paper, with the Murray brothers around. But the Les Blues are not to be dismissed. Arnaud Clement picked Nicolas Mahut, who won all three of his singes titles on grass. Richard Gasquet reached his second semifinals at the All England Club, while Gilles Simon made it to the quarters. If the trio play their A game, then they will find themselves in the semifinals.

Australia versus Kazakhstan. It's an exciting period in Australian tennis, as a troika of young players can join the likes of Rod Laver. Never mind if John McEnroe approve Kyrgios's antics. (Opinion on the American changed after he won his first Grand Slam singles title.) Controversy hounds the 20 year old after losing his fourth-round match against Gasquet, but he can deliver the goods. Hewitt doesn't have to do a farewell tour. Yet.

Argentina versus Serbia. The scenario might have been different if Juan Martin del Potro isn't injured. It doesn't mean that the Serbian team will emerge victorious, as it remains to be seen if Novak Djokovic travels across the Atlantic. Viktor Troicki can be a serious threat to the Argentinians. History shows the visiting team will win the tie.

Belgium versus Canada. Clay is the least-favourite surface of Milos Raonic and Vasek Pospisil. The home crowd might give the Belgian team an extra motivation.

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