Spainafter the setback caused by the loss on the second day against Canada (2-1), continues to rely on itself to qualify for the Final Phase of the Davis Cup in Malaga, although it will not top the groupbecause it will depend on what the North American team does this Saturday against Serbia.
The Canadians will finish first in the group if they beat the Balkansalthough they could still be eliminated if the Serbs win the series 3-0, as long as Spain beat South Korea.
So, The Spanish team is obliged to beat South Korea on Sunday to secure passage and will be first in the group if Serbia beats Canada and second if the Americans win.
The captain of the Spanish team, Sergi Bruguera, pointed out after Friday yesterday that no predictions should be made and the only thing that occupies him and worries him is to prepare his players well to beat South Korea and ensure qualification.
To do so, he will once again team up with Carlos Alcaraz who will face Korean number one Soon-Woo Kwonwho in the first match defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime to give South Korea its first Davis Cup finals victory in its history.
The youngest world number one in history commented after his defeat against Aliassime that he was not yet at one hundred percent, either physically or mentally, after his US Open victory and that he had not fully adapted to a track that slower than New York. Grand Slam.
Bruguera recognized that his student lacked freshness of thought Despite the great game he played and he is confident that, after yesterday’s match and training this Saturday, the player from Murcia will improve his adaptation.
The Spanish number 2 is once again Roberto Bautista, who won his two singles matches in this group stage.while, except for a last-minute change, the doubles will be contested by Marcel Granollers and Pedro Martínez.
Source: La Verdad
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