ATP Cup: Canada will be Spain's opponent in the final

ATP Cup: Canada will be Spain’s opponent in the final

The Hungarian Telegraph Office reports that Canada beat Russia 2-1 in the ATP Cup semi-finals in Sydney, and could prepare for Sunday’s final against the Spaniards so that the loser can defend his title.

Canada reach the ATP Cup final in a tight fight against Russia (Image: AFP)


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After each match, the two teams were 1-1 – Denis Shapovalov beat Roman Sviulin in three sets, followed by Daniil Medvedev very smoothly over Felix Auger-Aliassime – and left the final with the duo. In the fierce confrontation throughout the match, the Canadians tied after the first match in which they failed, then got four balls for the match in a very short period, they were able to end the fight with the third.

This is sure to be the new winner in the series, as the Serbs won the first championship in 2020 and the Russians proved themselves the best in 2021. MTI remembered that Canada had never made it to the finals, but Spain was a finalist for two years.

Tennis, ATP Cup
Final
Canada and Russia 2-1

Denis Shapovalov – Roman Szafjullin 6:4, 5:7, 6:4
Felix Auger – Eliasim – Daniil Medvedev 4:6, 0:6
Shapovalov, Auger-Alisim-Medvedev, Saviolin 4:6, 7:5, 10-7

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