Alcaraz, Bautista, Carreo, Davydovich and Granollers will play Davis Cup

Alcaraz, Bautista, Carreo, Davydovich and Granollers will play Davis Cup

Carlos Alcaraz, Roberto Bautista, Pablo Carreo, Alejandro Davidovich and Marcel Granollers will form the Spanish team that will play Davis Cup Final Group Stage According to the Spanish Tennis Federation, the next Rakuten in Valencia from 13 to 18 September until 2022. Experienced granolers specialize in doubles; The other four players are candidates to play in one of the two singles, with Alcaraz and Carreno being possible substitutes, given their position in the world rankings and current form, although Bautista and Davydovich have also stood out this year.

Team captain, former tennis player and double winner of Roland Garros Sergi Bruguera, Announced this Monday the team that will be measured For Serbia, Canada and South Korea Looking for one of the two venues that would give access to the stage for the title, which will be played in Málaga from 21 to 27 November, already in a straight elimination format from the quarter-finals. In theory, Nadal would not even be eligible for the final if Spain reached it, as he has previous commitments to Latin America.

three steps to the end

Spain will debut against Serbia on Wednesday, 14 September at 4:00 PM. And will play his second match against Canada on Friday 16th. The partnership will end on Sunday the 18th against South Korea, always at the same time. The group stage, played on hard court at the Fuente de San Luis Pavilion, will be opened by Canada and South Korea on Tuesday, September 13.

Group A will be played with Croatia, Italy, Argentina and Sweden in Bologna (Italy). Group C will be decided by Hamburg (8 in Germany) with France, Germany, Belgium and Australia. And Group D will be played in Glasgow (Scotland) with the United States, Great Britain, Kazakhstan and the Netherlands.

The first two graded from each location will advance to the last 8 in Málaga. In the case of qualifying in first place in the group, Spain will play the quarter-finals against the second classified in Group A. If it is second in the group, it will play against the winner of Group C, the federal statement specifies. The fight between Serbia, Canada and Spain for the two qualifying places will be fierce, although Spain’s two rivals have yet to announce whether they will have stars ranging from Djokovic to Auger-Aliasim or Shapovalov. For its part, South Korea appears to be a step down.