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Davis Cup: Netherlands top group in quarter-finals – NSO

Davis Cup: Netherlands top group in quarter-finals - NSO

The Netherlands topped Group D in the Davis Cup Finals after defeating the United States. Canada also reached the eight-team final in Malaga.

Boutique Van de Zandschulp won two sets over Taylor Fritz (Photo: AFP, archive)

With their success against Taylor Fritz and Tommy Paul, Butch van de Zandscholp and Talon Grekspur secured the Dutch’s third victory in the Glasgow group. Both teams advanced to the Round of 16 in Malaga.

Although Canada lost to Serbia in Group B in Valencia, they needed to win Saturday’s match to ensure they finished first and second in the group. This was also achieved by Felix Auger-Aliassime against Miomir Kikmanovic. The Serbs also have a chance to advance, but only if the Spaniards, who play at home, lose to South Korea. This also means that the host country will not be present in the quarter-finals.

The former won the confrontation between the French and Belgian teams, who were eliminated permanently, in Hamburg, while the Croats kept their chances of qualifying in Bologna by beating Argentina.

Davis Cup, World Group, Final
Group Tour, Round 3
First group (Bologna)
Argentina-Croatia 0:3
Bayes-Gojo 1: 6. 6: 3, 3: 6
Serondolo-korek 4:6, 6:7
M. González, Zeballos–Miktik, Bavitch 2:6, 5:7
Group arrangement: 1. Italy win 2/2 matches (5-1 by group difference), 2. Croatia 2/3 (5-4) 3. Sweden 1/2, 3. Argentina 0/3

Group B (Valencia)
Serbia-Canada 2:1
– Diallo 6:2, 6:2
Kikmanovic-Jasmine Auger 3:6, 4:6
Kikmanovic, KrajinovicGallarno, Pospisil at 2:1 The Canadian duo surrendered
Group arrangement: 1. Canada 2/3 (5-4), 2. Serbia 2/3 (4-5), 3. Spain 1/2 (4-2), 4. South Korea 1/2 (2-4)

Group C (Hamburg)
France – Belgium 2: 1
Geerts 6: 3, 6: 3
Ponzi-Joffin 3:6, 7:5, 3:6
Mahut, Rinderknech
– Jill, Phlegion 6:3, 7:6
Group arrangement: 1. Australia 2/2 (5-1), 2. Germany 2/2 (4-2), 3. France 1/3, 4. Belgium 0/3

Group 4 (Glasgow)
United States – Netherlands 1: 2
pee-Grexburg 5:7, 6:7
Fritz-Van de Zandschulp 4:6, 6:7
Ram, Seok– Kohlhoff, Middelkoop 4:6, 7:6, 6:4
Group arrangement: 1. Netherlands 3/3, 2. United States 2/3, 3. Great Britain 0/2 (2-4), 4. Kazakhstan 0/2 (2-4)

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