September 22, 2023

Open Court


Davis Cup Finals – Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022 final results

Spain and Serbia, which are the likely favorites to come out of Group B, opened their bids Wednesday in Valencia.

And the U.S. and Great Britain, who also are the favorites to get out of their pool, battled until 1 a.m. in Glasgow to decide a nearly three-hour doubles rubber involving US Open champions Rajeev and Joe Salisbury playing against each other – just a few days after holding up the trophy together.


GROUP A: Bologna, Italy
Italy 3, Croatia 0

Musetti, Lorenzo66
Gojo, Borna42
Berrettini, Matteo6 (4)66
Coric, Borna721
Bolelli, Simone / Fognini, Fabio377
Mektic, Nikola / Pavic, Mate656 (3)


GROUP B: Valencia, Spain
Spain 3, Serbia 0

Ramos-Vinolas, Albert277
Djere, Laslo66 (5)5
Bautista Agut, Roberto77
Kecmanovic, Miomir6 (5)6 (5)
Granollers, Marcel / Martinez, Pedro6 (5)66
Cacic, Nikola / Lajovic, Dusan722


GROUP C: Hamburg, Germany
Germany 2, France 1

Bonzi, Benjamin465
Struff, Jan-Lennard627
Mannarino, Adrian66
Otte, Oscar43
Mahut, Nicolas / Rinderknech, Arthur266 (1)
Krawietz, Kevin / Puetz, Tim637


GROUP D: Glasgow, Scotland
USA 2, Great Britain 1

Paul, Tommy646
Evans, Daniel464
Fritz, Taylor66 (2)5
Norrie, Cameron277
Ram, Rajeev / Sock, Jack567
Murray, Andrew / Salisbury, Joe745


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