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Gerard Pique, Founder of the Kosmos sports group and Barcelona FC soccer player celebrates with team members after the Davis Cup vote at the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Gerard Pique, Founder of the Kosmos sports group and Barcelona FC soccer player celebrates with team members after the Davis Cup vote at the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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David Haggerty (R), President of the International Tennis Federation celebrates with Gerard Pique, Founder of Kosmos sports group, during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

David Haggerty (R), President of the International Tennis Federation celebrates with Gerard Pique, Founder of Kosmos sports group, during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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Members of the Kosmos sports group, including Founder and Barcelona FC soccer star Gerard Pique (R) celebrate during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Members of the Kosmos sports group, including Founder and Barcelona FC soccer star Gerard Pique (R) celebrate during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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Ivan Modia, Tennis Director of the Kosmos sports group (L) celebrates with team members, including Founder and Barcelona FC soccer player Gerard Pique (4R) during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Ivan Modia, Tennis Director of the Kosmos sports  group (L) celebrates with team members, including Founder and Barcelona FC soccer player Gerard Pique (4R) during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

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David Haggerty (R), President of the International Tennis Federation speaks with Gerard Pique, Founder of Kosmos sports group during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP) (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)

David Haggerty (R), President of the International Tennis Federation speaks with Gerard Pique, Founder of Kosmos sports group during the ITF annual general meeting in Orlando, Florida on August 16, 2018. - World tennis chiefs on approved a radical Davis Cup revamp that will overhaul the 118-year-old competition, condensing the annual worldwide showpiece into an 18-team, week-long event. ITF president David Haggerty supported the revamp proposed by Kosmos, a group led by Barcelona football star Gerard Pique -- who flew in from Spain for the vote -- and backed by Japanese billionaire Hiroshi Mikitani, that has vowed $3 billion over 25 years to support the new event. (Photo by Gregg Newton / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GREGG NEWTON/AFP/Getty Images)