Australia's Nick Kyrgios returns the ball to Czech Republic's Tomas Berdych during the ATP Marseille Open 13 semi-final tennis match in Marseille, southern France, on February 20, 2016. AFP / BERTRAND LANGLOIS
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United States captain Jim Courier is "tired" of losing in the first round of the Davis Cup but says he feels no extra pressure ahead of a tough away encounter against a resurgent Australia.The United States have been bundled out of the opening round by Britain at the last two tournaments and a third successive loss in Melbourne would be another bitter pill to swallow for the once-dominant tennis nation.The United States hold a record 32 Davis Cup titles to second-placed Australia's 28, but the hosts, captained by recently retired Lleyton Hewitt, are buoyant after reaching the semifinals last year.
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