Spain, favorite against Norway to get closer to the semifinals

Spain can hit the table in the ATP Cup if they beat Norway in the early hours of Sunday to Monday (from 0:00, #Come on). A victory for the Navy, better if it is 3-0, combined with a victory for Chile against Serbia starting at 7:30, would put the National Team led by Tomás Carbonell with a foot and a half in the semi-finals of the country tournament which takes place in Sydney.

The Navy team is a priori favorite. Pablo Carreño, a two-time US Open semi-finalist and Olympic bronze last year in Tokyo, will open the tie against Viktor Durasovic, a semi-unknown 24-year-old tennis player and 345th in the world, whose best ranking so far has been 298 and which has a balance of 7-13 in ATP matches. Although he suffered to get rid of the Chilean Alejandro Tabilo, he should not have problems obtaining the first point of the day even though he has never faced this rival. Later, Roberto Bautista will face Casper Ruud in a much more even duel on paper, although apparently in his first game against Christian Garín17th in the standings, the Castellón, who usually starts the seasons very well, seems ready to beat the eight in the world, who he already surpassed four years ago on the land of 250 in Munich.

Although it is not confirmed that he will repeat, the doubles, until this unpublished Saturday, formed by Alejandro Davidovich and Pedro Martínez, who beat the best sympathetic pair Barrios Vera-Tabilo has many options to stand up and beat the one that will predictably be made up of Durasovic and Ruud, who failed in his first series against Serbia with Cacic and Krajinovic. Spain would then have to face the Balkan team in the afternoon session on Wednesday, tomorrow in the Peninsula (7:30), with many options to pass even with a 2-1 defeat if Serbia falls on Monday against Chile.

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