Fed Cup coach Colin Fleming believes the British team can inspire the next generation of female players | Tennis News |

Fed Cup coach Colin Fleming believes the British team can inspire the next generation of female players | Tennis News |

Fed Cup coach Colin Fleming believes the British team can inspire the next generation of female players | Tennis News |

This week’s Tennis Takeaway with Barry Millns and Barry Cowan includes an interview with former Davis Cup player and current Fed Cup coach Colin Fleming ahead of Great Britain’s first home tie for 26 years.

The side have played in 15 different countries since their last home match in Nottingham in May 1993, but Fed Cup captain Anne Keothavong will lead the women in front of a sell-out crowd at the University of Bath when they host an eight-team Europe/Africa round-robin event.

Great Britain are in Group A with Slovenia, Hungary and Greece with British No 1 Johanna Konta joined by Heather Watson, 19-year-old Katie Swan and Katie Boulter while Harriet Dart will make her Fed Cup debut.

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