No news, no interviews, nothing to report.
Exactly 100 days from today it'll take place at the venue seen here, on a court very much like the one seen here: the doubles rubber of the Davis Cup semifinal between the Czech Republic and Argentina.
But whether it'll take place with David that's still very much the question.
In order to be part of it he'll have to sufficiently recover and then train enough to be ready for a best-of-five doubles match. All of that within four months - the estimated recovery time. Only that in the past, these estimates often proved to be far too optimistic, especially concerning David's first hip surgery.
What little has been heard so far about David's recovery sounded positive. Then again so did the news after his first hip surgery. We can only wait and see what's going to happen 100 days from now.
Or in the words of Charly Berlocq:
We don't know if David is going to be there [for the semifinal]. We stay in touch by chatting often. We write to each other to see how we are, or as a greeting after a win. But we're not yet talking about whether David is going to be there, or not. (Source.)