Tennis | ATP Cup: Canada’s tennis team won the ATP Cup

Tennis |  ATP Cup: Canada's tennis team won the ATP Cup

Status: 09.01.2022 1:33 PM

The Canadian tennis team has won the ATP Cup. Rivals Spain had already suffered a loss after singles.

Thanks to the victories Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliasime, the Canadian made it clear that he had won the title on Sunday (January 9, 2022). First of all, the world number 14 player sat down. Shapovalov 6:4, 6:3 against Pablo Careno Busta.

Then eleventh in the world ranking Auger-Aliassim 7:6 (7:3), 6:3 against Roberto Bautista Agut. The double became meaningless.

Spain without Nadaloo

The Spaniards started without Rafael Nadal, who secured a tournament victory in Melbourne on Sunday after a protracted injury on the ATP tour.

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Germany out after group stage

German tennis men around Olympic champion Alexander Zverev had already failed in the group stage of the ATP Cup after only one win and two losses. The team also had to admit defeat against Canada.

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