Canada beat Germany and secured a pass to the semi-finals

Under the guidance of Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov, Canada secured their place in the ATP Cup semi-finals after notching two individual victories over Germany.

in the first place, Born in Tel Aviv (14º) But the nationalized Canadian did what he did by defeating Jean-Lennard Struve (51 degrees) 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-3 in two hours and 35 minutes of play, Thus reducing the global in 3-5 in favor of the German.

On the other side, The current eleventh place in the ATP rankings achieved its second victory over Alexander Zverev (third) after an equal match that ended 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 between gang leaders from every country.

Despite the victory of Great Britain, being the only other country in Group C that had the chance to qualify for the semi-finals, The Canadians are already considering their match against Russia in search of their first final in this competition.

On the other hand, strong Spain will face Bautista Agut (19) PolandThe obvious surprise of the championship led by Hubert Hurkacz (ninth place). Both countries have had a total of eight wins and only one loss in this edition of the ATP Cup.

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