Spain on course without Nadal
Spain are about to make it into the quarter-finals. Even without Rafael Nadal it’s enough to win the doubles – in the next round there could be a duel with Germany.
Even without their top player Rafael Nadal, the Spanish Davis Cup team is still on course for the quarter-finals.
Feliciano Lopez and Pablo Carreno-Busta won the doubles in Marbella on Saturday against Jamie Murray/Dominic Inglot 6-4,6-4,7-6 (7-4). The Spaniards are leading the world group before the last day 2:1.
The winner of the duel won the quarter-finals (6th place). till 8. April) Home right – probably against Germany. The German Tennis Association’s (DTB) team is also leading 2:1 against Australia in Brisbane.
For Spain, Albert Ramos-Vinolas can clear everything up against Cameron Norrie on Sunday in the penultimate singles. Afterwards Roberto Bautista Agut will play against Liam Broady. Great Britain are missing the three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray and Australian Open semi-finalist Kyle Edmund.