Friday's matches the most thrilling so far
The Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals on Friday November 22 saw its most exciting day of competition so far, with thrilling battles between six teams all in search of a place in the semi-finals. 19,895 Serbian, Russian, British, German, Spanish and Argentinian fans turned out to cheer on their teams and watch world-class team tennis at the Caja Mágica.
On the Centre Court, the thrill of the quarter-final duel between Serbia and the powerful Russian team ended in an electrifying tie-break in the third set of the doubles, in which Russia, with its two stars Karen Khachanov and Andrey Rublev bagged a victory over Novak Djokovic and Viktor Troicki.
Centre Court was at near capacity for the afternoon session, filled with more than 12,000 spectators watching a fiercely-fought Argentina vs Spain clash. The tie ended in victory for Sergi Bruguera’s Spanish team, with Rafael Nadal playing a key role in winning the two point lead. Whilst Centre Court reverberated to the clamour of excited crowds, Great Britain sealed their 2-0 win against Germany in Stadium 2.
Saturday is Semi-finals day
This Saturday, the semi-final between Canada and Russia starts at 10:30h CET, and from 17:30h CET Great Britain takes on Spain.
Currently, public tickets are sold out for tomorrow’s final. However, 10% of capacity is made available for the two federations whose teams qualify for the finals. These tickets will be released for purchase by fans as soon as each finalist is known. Tickets can be purchased through daviscupfinals.com or directly at the box office at Caja Mágica.
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