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By Chris Oddo | Thursday January 30, 2014

 

Sam Querrey will have to be the man this weekend in San Diego, as the U.S. Davis Cup announced that John Isner will miss this weekend's tie due to an ankle injury.

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The Americans saw their hopes of taking down Great Britain in this week's Davis Cup World Group tie take a hit on Thursday, as the team announced that John Isner will sit out the festivities in San Diego due to a lingering ankle injury.


Isner, America's top-ranked player, and the man who defeated both Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on clay in 2012, will be replaced by Donald Young.

The former junior phenom is just off a solid showing in Australia, where he reached the third round and was the last American standing. But Young is 1-11 on clay over the course of his career.

Young will make his Davis Cup debut against Andy Murray on Friday, with first ball beginning at 11:00 A.M. in San Diego.


 

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