Davis Cup Tennis: Australia’s direction
Author: DEHIR.HU [email protected]
Published: February 25, 2022 21:30 | Updated: February 25, 2022 21:30
Budapest – The Hungarian delegation traveled to the World League qualifiers on Friday, and on the first weekend of March, they will battle with the hosts to reach the group stage in September.
This time not Melbourne and the Grand Slam, but Sydney, where the Hungarian Davis Cup match awaits.
The Hungarian delegation traveled to the World League qualifiers on Friday, and at the end of the first week of March they will fight with the hosts to reach the group stage in September.
Team Beros Zumbor, Mate Falkos, Fabian Marozan, Peter Fagta, Federal Captain Zoltan Nagy, Federal Coaches Sandor Nozali and Miklos Balaji and Physiotherapist Partha Kenko left Ferihegy Airport. At Dubai Airport, Martin Vosovich has joined the delegation that will train on Saturday and adjust to next week’s meeting.
As per plans by Fed captain Zoltán Nagy, Fucsovics and 2017 CAF Junior Champion Piros will go into singles matches on the opening day of March 4. Then the pair is selected.
If we beat the Australians in Sdyney, we’ll be there in the 4X4 group in mid-September, and if we lose, we’ll have to play to stay in the World Group qualifiers again next year.
By the way, in the current fights, 12 countries will be eligible to fight the World League group fights, where the last finalists Croatia and Russia, as well as Britain and Serbia with free cards, will be exempted from the current qualifiers.
Australia – Hungary
Ken Rosewall Dating in Arena, Sydney
Australia: Alex de Minaur (ATP 32), Alexei Popyrin (66), Thanasi Kokkinakis (96),
Luke Savile (727), John Beers, my husband 9) – Captain: Lleyton Hewitt
HungaryMarton Fukowicz (36th), Reed Zsumbur (246th), Fabian Marozan (368th), Mate Falcos (454), Peter Fagta (593rd). Federal Captain: Zoltan Nagy
The two teams have faced each other twice in the Davis Cup so far.
The Hungarian Guard, made up of Josef Krusko, Sandor Nozalí, Laszlo Markovic and Gabor Kovis (Captain: Janos Pinnick), defeated classic Philipposis and world-leading pair Woodbridge Woodford 3-2. Australians.
Last year in Turin, Italy, Red won 4:6, 6:4, 6:3 against John Millman, but then De Minor won 7:5, 2:6, 7:6 (2) against Vukovov, Bolt, The duo of fellows also won 6:3, 6:7 (11), 6:3 against Marozsa, the red duo, thus the Australians won 2-1.
This time around, three winning teams are needed to succeed: After two on Friday, the duel with the duo will continue on Saturday, followed by the Key Players Match and the No. 2 Tennis Players Clash.
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