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Swedish Tennis

Stockholm Wants Israeli Tennis Tie

Published måndag 23 februari 2009 kl 12.29
Malmö City Council making its decision to hold Sweden's Davis Cup Tie behind closed doors.

The Swedish Tennis Association is pushing to hold next month’s Davis Cup tennis tie with Israel in front of a public audience in the nation’s capital.

The tie is scheduled to be played behind closed doors at a venue in Malmö after the City’s council said that it couldn’t risk allowing spectators because of the security risk. Several anti-Israeli demonstrations were planned in Malmö during the tie, which takes place between March 6-8.

The secretary general of the Swedish Tennis Association, Henrik Kallen, has offered to stage the group match. A decision on moving the match is expected shortly.

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