Argentina loses to Croatia and is eliminated; Holland ends unbeaten. Canada will be in Malaga – Davis Cup

Croatia beat Argentina 3-0 In the final Group A match of the robin role of the Davis Cup finals, Argentina were knocked out of the tournament, while the Netherlands remained undefeated after beating the United States in Group D.

The Croatian national team added a victory in the round 3-0 against Argentina in Bologna, Italy. couple shape Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic They beat Maximo Gonzalez and Horacio Zeballos 6-2 7-5 in one hour and 13 minutes of playing. A victory that allowed them to be in the final stage of Malaga after that Sebastian Baez and Francisco Cirondolo could not add any victory in the last round.

in Glasgow, Holland He suffered from the condition of “Cinderella”, but this Saturday they confirmed that they were undefeated in this group stage, The final victory over the United States. Before, they did the same against Kazakhstan and Great Britain. A prestigious final win, backed by the world number 35, Butch van de Zandscholp, who was crucial to the success of the Dutch as he netted his third singles victory this week over Taylor Fritz (6-4, 7-6 (3)).

Finally the French Mahut and Renderknic defeated Belgians Sander Gill and Göran Fligen 6-3, 7-6 (6). In the doubles, to confirm his first win of the week. A victory belated for those led by Sebastian Grosjean, who had previously been defeated by Germany and Australia, with no chance of being in Malaga.

Serbia added a 2-1 win, a result that still hopes to qualify for the final stage in Malaga and accompany Canada, although they need Spain to lose in their confrontation with South Korea. After this result, if Spain beat the Asian team, there will be a three-way tie between Serbs, Spaniards and Canadians, and the latter two benefit, with Spain taking first place in the group.

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