Brazil, Slovakia, Germany, Finland and the Netherlands all ensured their presence in the Davis Cup final, as did the United States on Friday, with Serbia ousted, missing its number one Novak Djokovic. Who did not play the series in Kraljevo against the Slovak team. Djokovic will not be able to win Davis Cup in 2024. His team, which was already in the ropes on Friday, certified its defeat this Saturday despite playing at home.
France, Canada and the Czech Republic are also on the verge of qualifying after finishing the first day with two wins to nil. In the air, there is a clash between Croatia-Belgium and Argentina-Kazakhstan and, without starters, a clash between Chile and Peru. Of the twelve places that will be part of the poster for the final stage and which will include Italy and Australia, the finalists of the previous edition, and Spain and Great Britain, invited by the organization, six are already reserved.
The United States defeated Lithuania (0-4) in Vilnius on Friday and this Saturday Brazil, Slovakia, Germany, Finland and the Netherlands have certified their goals. Brazil gained momentum at the Helsingborgs Arena, defeating Sweden (1–3) with wins in the doubles match of Rafael Matos and Felipe Meligeni against Philippe Bergévy and André Goransson (6–2 and 7–5) and Thiago Monteiro. scored a goal. He sealed the lead by defeating Elias Ymer 4-6, 6-4 and 6-2.
Slovakia took Sport Hall Ibel Kraljevo leaving Djokovic without Davis. Lucas Klein and Alex Molkan got the goals back on track for the visitors on Friday, who completed their win against Serbia with a double. Lukas Klein and Igor Zelen defeated Nikola Cacic and Miomir Kecmanovic 7–6(4) and 6–3. Then, in an inconclusive clash, László Járé Lukács retired in his match against Pokorny and Slovakia won 4–0.
Germany showed itself better this Saturday and won against Hungary at the Tatabany Multifunktionalis Sportskarnov. The duo and Jan-Lennard Struff broke the tie on the first day. Kevin Kravitz and Tim Puetz defeated Fabian Marozson and Mate Valkusz (6-3 and 7-6(3)) to give the lead to the Germans, who secured classification with Jan-Lennard Struff’s victory over Mate Valkusz (6-3 and 6) Did. -2).
The final point of conflict, between the Netherlands and Switzerland, was not decided until the final point. The local team had to come back as the Swiss team scored a double and took advantage in the match. Marc-Andrea Heusler and Leandro Reidy defeated Wesley Koolhof and Jean-Julien Roger 7-6(5) and 7-6(2). But the Netherlands did not fail and in the remaining two singles they ensured their presence in the final stage. Talon Grixpoor defeated Leandro Reidy 7-6(6) and 7-6(3) and in the final, Botic Van de Zandschulp defeated Marc Andrea Heusler 5-7, 7-6(5) and 6-3. .
Finland also sealed a pass on the track on Friday in their clash against Portugal at the Gatorade Center in Turku, finishing with a doubles win. Harry Heliovara and Emil Ruusuvuori defeated Nuno Borges and Francisco Cabral 6–4 and 7–6(6). In an inconsistent clash, Annick Rocha defeated Eero Vasa 6–4 and 7–5 to give the Portuguese team a point of honour.