`Happy` Maria Sharapova hunts more tests on doping comeback after semi-final elimination at Stuttgart Open
She will learn on May 16 whether she will be given a wild card for the main draw at the French Open where she has twice been champion.
India, who are now 2-1 ahead in the tie, will need to win one of the two reverse singles on Sunday to clinch a place in the second round.
The defeat for Paes and his partner meant that the 43-year-old Indian stalwart could not overtake Italian Nicola Pietrangeli for most wins in doubles in Davis Cup history.
Djokovic, dropped the first set and was 0-3 down in the second against promising 20-year-old Daniil Medvedev in Nis.
Bhambri, 24, trailed the first set 1-3 before winning four straight games against a faltering Tearney on the hard court surface.
The 18-time Grand Slam champion, who is all set to take part in his 55th Davis Cup tie, is tied with Italy's Nicola Pietrangeli on 42 doubles wins in doubles.
Australian Open champion Roger Federer and world number three Stan Wawrinka miss Switzerland`s tie in the United States.
Sharapova will return to action at the Stuttgart claycourt tournament on April 26 after her initial two-year ban was cut to 15 months.
US captain Kathy Rinaldi announced her squad on Wednesday for the best-of-five match tie which doesn't include the Williams sisters.
Fourth-ranked Halep crashed out of last month`s Australian Open in the first round.
The match proved to be another epic 5-setter as Roger Federer fought back from 2-0 down in final set to claim the trophy.
While fans across the world tuned to their TV sets to watch the high-voltage encounter, those who could afford to watch it live were ready to shell out huge sums of money for a life-time experience.
Mirka was the first person to welcome her husband after he made his way off court after his stunning five-set triumph on Sunday night.
Kyrgios has been without a coach since parting with Todd Larkham before Wimbledon in 2015.
Federer, who last won a Grand Slam in 2012 (Wimbledon), defeated Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 in a contest that lasted for 3 hours and 38 minutes.
Nadal, beaten 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, moved up three places to sixth in the list still dominated by early Australian Open victims Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.