Noah stays on as France Davis Cup skipper
France's Davis Cup captain Yannick Noah will oversee his team's defence of the title they won last weekend with success over Belgium in the final. "@NoahYannick has confirmed his wish to defend the Silver Salad Bowl (trophy) and will be captain of #TeamFranceTennis @Davis Cup in 2018. RDV in Albertville on February 2 against the Netherlands," the French Tennis Federation announced on Twitter. Noah, 57, guided France to a tenth title but first since 2001 with a 3-2 triumph over Belgium in Lille. "It will be good if he stays," said Lucas Pouille, who claimed the decisive point in the closing singles against Steve Darcis.