The Davis Cup will be making an appearance at a Bideford Tennis Club this weekend.Atlantic Racquet Centre has been chosen by the Lawn Tennis Association to have the trophy on Sunday (September 4) as part of a nationwide tour. The Bideford club is the only one in Devon to welcome the tennis equivalent of the World Cup. There will be a special fun day at the club at Caddsdown with tennis activities from 10am. The Davis Cup will be unveiled at 12.30pm. In addition, there will be live music, refreshments and a guest appearance from middleweight boxer and British title contender Tommy Langord. Head coach Tom Vinall said: Its an incredible honour for Atlantic Racquet Centre to be chosen to host the Davis Cup, but more importantly its a fantastic opportunity for us to inspire a whole generation of tennis players in North Devon. This new facility, with an inspiring young coaching team, is ready and waiting for them and we hope that having the chance to see, and have a photo taken with the tennis World Cup will encourage them to give tennis a try. Councillor John Himan, of Torridge District Council, added: As the only place in the whole of Devon to be granted a spot on the Trophy Tour I hope that this will draw many crowds to attend this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, which promises to be a great day out for all ages. I am proud that Torridge Council are able to support the club in a small way by making our conference facilities available for the event. Britain clinched the Davis Cup back in November, when they beat Belgium 3-1 in the final in Ghent.