It was a controversial decision taken by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) earlier this year when it decided to resume the 118-year-old team match.
The proposal was passed through the fact that the classic tournament, which has settled between 16 countries throughout the calendar year since 1900, will be a weekly event where 18 nations are replacing the title. First out is Madrid in Spain next November
"It's the madness"
Mats Wilander, former tennis player and federation of the Swedish Davis Cup team from 2002 to 2009, believe the ITF will have to reconsider.
I think the Davis Cup is in the middle of a reorganization but without knowing what it takes to get it back on track, says Wilander, who won three finals with Sweden.
He says the Davis Cup must not compete with the ATP tour. The new form still means racing in and out, but only the first round. Wilander would have liked to see he continued at least the semifinals.
The Davis Cup must consist of indoor and outdoor matches and inspire local enthusiasts. For example, the abolition of Belgium's ability to play in a Davis Cupsemifinal and its placement on neutral ground is madness.
He will lose the fans
Wilander believes that a significantly higher percentage of viewers want to see their stars at home.
These little kids who look with their mom and dad will remember. I guess 50 percent of the top 100 players in the world attended the Davis Cup before attending, perhaps not Wimbledon, but certainly in front of other Grand Slams or ATP tournaments.
Wilander backs his view of the world Novak Novak Djokovic, who won the fight in Serbian Belgrade at home and will lose public support.
This game system at home and in the game was what attracted all the players and fans to this contest, "Djokovic said.