The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has rescheduled the Davis Cup tie between Pakistan and India to November, which will be held in Islamabad.
The two-day series was supposed to happen in September but was postponed due to rising tensions between the two countries over the Kashmir conflict.
However, the Tennis federation has now released a new schedule for the Davis Cup matches, according to which, the Asia/Oceania Group I tie between Pakistan and India will be played in Islamabad from November 15.
The Davis Cup Committee has determined that the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I tie between Pakistan and India will be rescheduled for the week commencing 25 November in Islamabad. The Pakistan Tennis Federation has until 19 September to confirm the precise dates of the two-day tie.
The statement added that the federation’s independent security advisors will continue to monitor the security situation in Pakistan.