At OlympiaHalle in Austria there was an amazing final match between German and British doubles players. Joe Salisbury and Neil Skopsky blasted a 5-0 lead in the second set of the tiebreak and bid farewell to the Davis Cup.
in the first shift, Daniel Evans ran over Peter Gojowczyk6-2 in part and 6-1 to give the UK team the first point.
It’s time for Cameron Norrie to confirm his great moment, as we remember that this year he was crowned Indian Wells Champion and came to claim the best rating of his career, 12. But Jan-Lennard Struve, currently number 51 in the world, hit the ground running and tied the chain.
Like the series between Croatia and England, the place to qualify for the semi-finals will be decided in the doubles match. In a real fight that lasted more than two hours, the German pair consisting of Tim Potts and Kevin Krawetz were victorious.
But at the end of the second and final set an incredible event happened. Salisbury / Skopsky wanted to impose the third set, Since their first loss in the tiebreak, which lasted until 12-10.
The second group also had to determine the “tie-breaker”. The Brits were leading 5-0 and were two points away from a tie at one sleeve each side. Then, when the German duo won, in the blink of an eye, seven consecutive points to award the match and the series for their country.
In this way, Germany will wait in Madrid (Spain) for its opponent in the semi-finals that You will depart between Russia and Sweden crossing.
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