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17 September 2011

Peya and Marach edge Austrians ahead


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  • Richard Fleming

ANTWERP, BELGIUM: Alexander Peya and Oliver Marach reflect on their 46 63 64 64 win over Steve Darcis and Olivier Rochus that has put Austria 2-1 ahead at this Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group play-off tie. The two captains also give their thoughts.

Alexander Peya and Oliver Marach (AUT) - 17/09/2011

Captain Gilbert Schaller (AUT) - 17/09/2011

Captain Johan Van Herck (BEL) - 17/09/2011

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    Richard Fleming

    Richard is relatively new to the tennis circuit, having spent 22 years covering all sports, in all corners of the globe. A broadcaster with the BBC, this will be his last Davis Cup tie before leaving the corporation after more than 17 years. His wife and three children are always sorry to see him depart for overseas trips. Their demeanour changes little on his return…

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