Monday, March 27, 2023

Germany, Netherlands, USA and Australia are in Davis’ quarterfinals; alkaraz loses

Germany, the Netherlands, the United States and Australia guaranteed their appearance in the Davis Cup quarter-finals this Friday after rounds played in groups of four. One of the highlights was the loss of US Open champion Spanish Carlos Alcaraz against Canada’s Felix Auger-Aliasim.

The hosts beat Argentina 2-1 in Group A in Bologna, Italy. Matteo Berrettini defeated Sebastian Baez 6/2 and 6/3 and Janic Sinar defeated Francisco Cerundolo 7/5, 1/6 and 6/3. beat by 3. The only win for Argentina came in doubles with Maximo González/Horacio Zeballos (ARG), who scored 7/5, 2/6 and 6/3 over Simone Bolelli/Fabio Fognini.

In Group B, the hosts lost to Canada in Valencia (Spain). Roberto Bautista beat Vasek Pospisil 3/6, 6/3 and 6/3 to score the only Spanish point. Felix Auger-Aliassim surprised Carlos Alcaraz and scored 6/7 (3/7), 6/4 and 6/2, while Felix Auger-Aliassim/Vasek Pospisil beat Marcel Granollers/Pedro Martínez (ESP) 4/ 6, beat 6 /. 4 and 7/5.

Germany fought hard to defeat Belgium in Hamburg. Jan-Lenard Struff started the German lead with 6/4 and 7/6 (9/11) eliminating Zizou Bergs, but Belgian David Goffin broke the dispute over Oscar Otte 3/6 7/6 (9). With tied with victory. 6) 7) and 6/3. In doubles, German Kevin Kravitz/Tim Puetz (ALE) scored 4/6, 6/2 and 7/6 (7/5) over Sander Geely/Joran Vligen.

In Group D, in Glasgow (Scotland), Great Britain were knocked out of the competition after losing 2–1 to the classified Netherlands. Daniel Evans scored the only British point, beating Talon Grixpoor in a double 6/4. Botic van de Zandschlup beat Cameron Norie 6/4 and 6/2 and tied. But Wesley Koolhof/Mattwey Middlekopf defeated Andy Murray/Joe Salisbury 7/6 (7/0), 6/7 (6/8) and 6/3 to secure the Dutch victory.

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