Davis Cup Finals: Argentina Won On The Second Day

Davis Cup Final Nalbandian n Schwank

Argentina managed to snatch a point in the Davis Cup finals on the second day. The results obtained from David Nalbandian and Eduardo Schwank, who beat Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 6-2, 6-3. Argentina trails 1-2, with the reverse singles rubbers on Sunday to decide the tie. Spain has a 20-tie winning streak at home, dating back to 1999 – which was also the last time it lost on clay.

“I really like playing doubles and I am really motivated when I play for my country,” said Nalbandian. “I think today we played a great match from the beginning and it was unbelievable for us. We were focused and didn’t lose our concentration, even a little bit. We kept in control during the match, to stay in the tie, and we still have a chance.”

Argentina’s captain Tito Vazquez said, “It was a great performance from our team and they both played well. They did an extremely good job.

“[Tomorrow’s singles] is very difficult. We were hoping del Potro would win the singles yesterday [against Ferrer], but if anyone is capable of beating Nadal it is Juan Martin. We are hoping to make it two-all, then we will see what happens.”

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