Spain does not fail against South Korea (3-0) and qualifies for the quarter-finals

Spain signed a comfortable and strong victory with South Korea with a score of 3-0, This allows him Advance to the quarter-finals of Davis Cup as the first group.

Serbia secured a 2-1 victory over Canada on Saturday, placing Canada in second place in the group and It left the Serbs at the expense of the faltering Spain, which if won would go first and bypass the mighty Italy. And Spain did not fail. The first point came from Roberto Bautista, who beat Seung Chan Hong in two sets (6-1, 6-3) in a match where he was leading at all times and easily broke his opponent.

Castellon’s man came in very focused and didn’t lose a single serve in the whole first set. Plus, he smashed the top three for Hong, who wasn’t on the track for the entire first moto. Without the need to achieve big winners, he simply forced the South Korean to keep up with his pace until he was forced to his notifications.

Seung Chan Hong, ranked 467th in the world, managed to preserve the honor of not going into the first set by winning his last serve, but Bautista was with a hammer and closed the set 6-1. In the second, the opposition was stronger, with Hong proudly resisting the loss. If the first set lasted only 28 minutes, in the end the resistance lasted 45 minutes.

The Spaniard started the second set by breaking his opponent’s serve, and although he lost immediately afterwards, he has since regained his good vibes, and although he gave up more matches, he dominated the match at all times. In the end, the score was 6-3, which helped Spain fend off the ghosts of matches against Canada.

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This time, Carlos Alcaraz fulfilled the expectations He beat Kwon 6-4, 7-6, to seal the Spanish classification. Granollers and Martinez needed three sets against Nam and Song, but won 7-5, 3-6, 6-1 and completed 3-0.

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