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The Poles and Spaniards also reached the semi-finals –

The Poles and Spaniards also reached the semi-finals -

MTI said the Spaniards finished second after Poland in the Sydney Men’s Cup semi-finals on Wednesday.


Bautista’s victory over Lajovic was a success for the Spaniards (Image: Getty Images)

In the third and final round of the group stage, the European Ninth Guard led by Hubert Hurkacz defeated Argentina 3-0 and the fourth quartet won three victories.

In Group A, Chile proved 2-1 better than Norway, while the Spanish-Serbian battle for the lead was decided by some successes by Pablo Carreno Busta and Roberto Bautista Agut. The winning goalkeeper of the group will face the Polish winners of the fourth place out of the four.

The Russian and Italian defenders will battle in Group B on Thursday for the other two semi-finals of the team race through Sunday, while the fight between the United States, Britain, Germany and Canada alike remains fully open.

ATP-KUPA, Sydney
Group circle, third round
group d.

Greece – Georgia 2: 1
Michael Pervolarakis Alexander Mitrivili 6:3, 6:2
Stefan Sebas – Nikoloz Basilasvili at 4:1 Basilasvili surrendered
Pervolarakisz, Cicipasz – Metreveli, Alexander Baksi 6:3, 3:6, 14-16 – critical acronym

Poland – Argentina 3: 0
Hubert Hurkacz – Diego Schwartzman 6:1, 6:4
Camille McSherzack – Federico Delbonis 6:3, 7:6 (7-3)
Simon Waco, Jan Zelensky-Maximo Gonzalez, Andres Molteni 7:6 (7-4), 7:6 (7-5)
The final result: 1. (and semi-finals) Poland 3 wins / 0 defeats, 2. Argentina 2/1, 3. Greece 1/2, 4. Georgia 0/3

the group
Spain – Serbia 2:1
Pablo Carino Posta – Filip Krajinovic 6:3, 6:4
Roberto Bautista Agut – Dusan Lajovic 6:1, 6:4
Pedro Martinez, Albert Ramos – Nicolas Cassix, Mate Zhabanov 7:6 (7-5), 3:6, 5-10 – critical shortcut

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Chile – Norway 2:1
Christian Garin – Casper Rod 4:6, 1:6
Alejandro Tapelo – Victor Durasovich 6:1, 6:7 (5-7), 6:1
Tabello, Tomas Barrios Vera-Andrea Petrovic, Leighton Rivera 6:0, 6:4
The final result: 1. (and semi-finals) Spain 3 wins / 0 losses 2. Chile 2/1 3. Serbia 1/2, 4. Norway 0/3


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