Davis Cup - Russia will be Canada's main rival

Davis Cup – Russia will be Canada’s main rival

Russia made it to Madrid’s Davis Cup tennis match after beating Serbia 2-1 on Friday.

The first and second places were equal: Andrei Rublyov of Russia and Novak Djokovic of Serbia won. In the winning pros, he was able to take action against each other: There, in the final set of decisions, the Russians proved themselves better off playing Serbian chrome basketball before the cheeses themselves took the first chance.

The Russians meet initially with Canada. In the Madrid Championship, he finished first in the six-team group and placed second in the quarter. Decisions will be made on Saturday as well as on Sunday. The decision will automatically be a participant in the new tournament.

Results (quarters of the year):
Russia – Serbia: 2-1
Andrei Rublev – Philip Krajinovich 6: 1, 6: 2
Karen Hasanov-Novak Djokovic 3:6, 3:6
Hasanov, Rublyov Viktor Troicki, Djokovic 6:4, 4:6, 7:6 (10-8)

Previously played:
Canada and Australia 2-1
Vasek Pospisil – John Millman 7:6 (9-7), 6:4
Denis Shapovalov – Alex de Minor 6:3, 3:6, 5:7
Pospisil, Shapovalov Jordan Thompson, John Pearce 6:4, 6:4

The battle of Argentina with Spain, Great Britain and Germany will begin at 5.30 pm.

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