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Everything you need to know about Billie Jean King Cup

Emma Raducanu is set to compete in next month’s Billie Jean King Cup in Scotland

The Billie Jean King Cup is preparing for its return next month.

It is was announced over the summer that Great Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association was selected to host the tournament for the first time since it was held in Nottingham in 1991.

Great Britain will join Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan, Poland, Spain, Slovakia, Switzerland and USA in the Finals to compete for the 2022 world title.

The Finals will see the 12 nations compete in four round-robin groups of three nations, with the four group winners qualifying for the semis.

The Billie Jean King Cup event will look to raise awareness of tennis as the most established mixed gender sport and will aim to encourage more women and young girls in the UK to try it out.

British captain Anne Keothavong said: “This is a…

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