LONDON -- Greg Rusedski was selected to Britain's Davis Cup
team for next month's match at Luxembourg, a week after being
cleared of doping charges.
Davis Cup captain Jeremy Bates picked Rusedski on Wednesday
along with Tim Henman, Arvind Parmar and rookie Jonathan Marray for
the April 9-11 Euro-African zone match.
Rusedski, the 1997 U.S. Open runner-up, tested positive for the
steroid nandrolone at a tournament in Indianapolis in July and
faced a two-year ban if found guilty.
He was cleared last Wednesday by an independent panel, which
accepted his contention that his positive test was the result of
contaminated electrolyte supplements provided by ATP Tour trainers.