Canada gave up the first point and left it all to Auger-Aliassime and Pospisil


Serbian easily scored the first point of their confrontation against Canada of Davis Cup Final Group Stage which will be held in Valencia, after winning Laslo Djere beat Gabriel Diallo 6-2 and 6-2for about an hour of the game.

Frank Dancevic gambled on the young and inexperienced Canadian No. 2 line-up by Diallo, reserving the physically battered Vasek Pospisil for doubles with Felix Auger-Aliassime, who again doubles in singles, as the main trick.

It was enough for Canada to win one of the three games to ensure qualification for the Final Phase in Malaga, giving the North American coach some room for manoeuvre.

The difference in ranking between Djere and a Diallo, who wanders past the 300th place in the ATP, made it possible to predict an easy victory for the Serbian and it was. After only half an hour of play, the Balkan tennis player was leading the scoreboard with a clear 6-2 and a clear sense of superiority over his 20-year-old opponent.

The development of the second set was similar to the first, both in the sensations on the court of one and the other, and throughout the games. So Djere finished the first point on the fast track while waiting for the duel between Miomir Kecmanovic and Auger-Aliassime, certainly for the luck of both teams, because The Serbs will only qualify if Spain beats South Korea tomorrow, Sunday, if they beat the Canadians 3-0 today..

Source: La Verdad


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