It's official, the quarters is coming

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - We already knew it was coming, but the United States Tennis Association made it official Wednesday morning; the Davis Cup quarterfinals are coming to Boise. Even First Lady Lori Otter, and Boise Mayor Dave Bieter joined in the jubilant press conference.

Taco Bell Arena will host the Gem State's first Davis Cup, but don't forget about the World's best player Novak Djokovic, who is also expected in early April.

"The Davis Cup is a symbol of excellence around the world, so it's particularly exciting for us to showcase the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup, right here on the Boise State campus for our students, our faculty, our fans to see that we're just, as always, dedicated to excellence in everything we do," said Boise State President Dr. Bob Kustra.

President Kustra thanked Boise State men's tennis coach Greg Patton for his part in bringing the Davis Cup to Boise, and told the crowd he can't wait for April.

The United States and Serbia meet in the quarterfinal round of the Davis Cup April 4-7. Tickets go on sale February 27.