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ATP Cup - Grande Bretagne-USA : double décisif pour la qualification

ATP Cup – Great Britain-USA: Decisive double for qualification #ATPCup #GreatBritain #USA #Fritz #Murray

Group C is very undecidedATP file. After the first two days, the United States, தி Britain, IGermany And this Canada Find themselves neck and neck with a hit in their pocket. So all four countries are still in a qualifying competition. To the English, in addition to this Thursday’s apparently a victory, TheGermany Then surpasses quality Canada. The Americans, meanwhile, need to believe that the Canadians will win their game. Success for Britain And this United States Necessary in any case. The meeting began with Evans’ victory over Isner at midnight. This continued with Fritz’s victory over Nori, so the doubles would be decisive.

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This meeting promises to be exciting with three undecided games. In n ° 2, John Isner And Don Evans They met for the third time in their lives. Britain topped and won their third game of the tournament to start their team full 6-4, 7-6.[3]. So the second simpleton objected Cameron Nori At Taylor Fritz. They have already passed for the 9th time since 2019. With 4 wins each so far, the American went on to win his fifth after a math in three sets of 7-6, 3-6, 6-1. Twice, Fritz / Isner And Jamie Murray / Dan Evans Will play to determine between the two teams.

Plans for this Thursday’s US-Great Britain meeting:

From midnight

Dawn Evans (GPR) – John Isner (USA) 6-4, 7-6 (3)

Taylor Fritz (USA) – Cameron Norie (GPR) 7-6 (4), 3-6, 6-1

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Taylor Fritz / John Isner (USA) – Jamie Murray / Dan Evans (GPR)

Group a

  • 1Serbia
  • 1National flagNorway
  • 1National flagChile
  • 1National flagSpain

Group B

  • 1National flagRussia
  • 1National flagItaly
  • 1National flagFrance
  • 1National flagAustralia

Group c

  • 1National flagGermany
  • 1National flagCanada
  • 1National flagEngland
  • 1National flagUnited States

Team d

  • 1National flagGreece
  • 1National flagPoland
  • 1National flagArgentina
  • 1National flagGeorgia

Updated team settings

Serbia
Dusan Lajovic
Philip Krajinovic
Nicola Kozic
Modage Sabanov
Captain: Ivan Sabanov

England
Cameron Nori
Daniel Evans
Liam Brady (captain)
Joe Salisbury
Jamie Murray

Russia
Daniel Medvedev
Roman Safiulin
Evgeny Karlovsky
Captain: Gilles Cervara
Argentina
Diego Swartzman
Federico Delfonis
Federico Correa
Maximo Gonzalez
Andres Moldeni
Captain: Alejandro Fabri

Germany
Alexander Sverrev
John-Lenard Struff
Yannick Hoffman
Kevin Cravitz
Tim Puets
Captain: Michael Coleman

Chile
Christian Karin
Alexander Tabillo
Thomas Perios Vera
Captain: George Aguilar
Greece
Stephanos Chitsibas
Michael Pervolarakis
Petros Chitsipas
Marcos Calvolonis
Aristotle Thanos
Captain: Apostolos Chitsibas
Spain
Roberto Batista Agut
Pablo Carreno Pusta
Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Alejandro Davydovich Fokina
Pedro Martinez
Captain: Daniel Kimino-Drover

Italy
Matteo Bertini
Jannick is a sinner
Lorenzo Sonego
Simon Bolelli
Fabio Fognini
Captain: Vincenzo Santopatra

Georgia
Nicholas Basilashvili
Alexandre Medverely
Alexandre Bakshi
Zura Tkemaladze
Saba Purtseladze
Captain: David Guernsey
Norway
Caspar Root
Victor Durasovic
Lucas Hellam-Lillengan
Leighton Rivera
Andrea Petrovic
Captain: Christian Root
United States
Taylor Fritz
John Isner
Brandon Nakashima
Rajiv Ram
Captain: Michael Russell
Poland
Hubert Harrocks
Kamil Majjrsak
Copper Juke
John Zilinsky
Simon Valkov
Captain: Marcin Matkowski

Australia (WC)
Alex de Minar
James Duckworth
Max Purcell
John Beers
Luke Saville
Captain: Layton Hewitt

Canada
Felix Agar-Aliasim (Captain)
Denis Shapovalov
Brighton stem
Steven Ten
France
Ugo Humbert
Arthur Rinderkneck
Edward Roger-Vaseline
Fabrice Martin
Captain: Nicholas Gopin
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