Pro TV Continues to produce the Superfeed for Day 3: Davis Cup by BNP Paribas
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Borna Coric played a colossal match today in Osijek to see Croatia through to the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinals. (ITF Davis Cup by BNP Paribas)

France have reached the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinals for the ninth straight year. This is their fifth successive win in the tournament and their eighth win in nine on home soil. The defending champions never made it look easy, thanks to some excellent Dutch resolve since Friday, but they are nonetheless through to meet Italy (at home) in April. (ITF Davis Cup by BNP Paribas)

 

Spain are into the Davis cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinals in April when they will face Germany on home soil, or perhaps clay. Albert Ramos Vinolas won his second rubber of the weekend, seeing off a plucky Caeron Norrie 76(4) 26 76(4) 62. Norrie came through as a five-set winner on Friday but, in just his second competitive match on the red stuff, he did not quite have the strength to gotoe-to-toe with the world No.21. It may just be that great Britain’s Davis Cup team have found a new star, however. (ITF Davis Cup by BNP Paribas)

 

The qualifiers of the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinals in April are;

  • France vs Italy
  • Spain vs Germany
  • Kazakhstan vs Croatia
  • USA vs Belgium

 

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