June 19, 2024

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Davis Cup Finals – Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 final results

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After two days off, Canada got back on the Davis Cup horse and knew that the players had to step up their games.

Because it’s not Korea Republic they’re facing, it’s Spain.

The Spanish team had up to an hour before the 10 a.m. start Friday to announce if new world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz is going to play.

He did. And Auger-Aliassime defeated him, after which the Canadian pulled off the impossible in doubles and won the tie.

Here are the current standings.


GROUP A: Bologna, Italy
Italy 2, Argentina 1 (final)

Berrettini, Matteo66
Baez, Sebastian23
Sinner , Jannik716
Cerundolo, Francisco563
Fognini, Fabio / Bolelli, Simone563
Gonzalez, Maximo / Zeballos, Horacio726


GROUP B: Valencia, Spain
Canada 2, Spain 1 (final)

Bautista Agut, Roberto366
Pospisil, Vasek633
Alcaraz, Carlos742
Auger-Aliassime, Felix6 (3)66
Martinez, Pedro / Granollers, Marcel645
Auger-Aliassime, Felix / Pospisil, Vasek467


GROUP C: Hamburg, Germany
Germany 2, Belgium 1

Struff, Jan-Lennard67
Bergs, Zizou46 (9)
Otte, Oscar66 (7)3
Goffin, David376
Krawietz, Kevin / Puetz, Tim467
Gille, Sander / Vliegen, Joran626 (5)


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

Evans, Daniel66
Griekspoor, Tallon44
Norrie, Cameron42
Van de Zandschulp, Botic66
Murray, Andrew / Salisbury, Joe6 (0)73
Koolhof, Wesley / Middelkoop, Matwe76 (6)6


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