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absent from the Davis Cup Spanish team since the final of the 2019 edition won In Madrid against Canada, Rafael Nadal will not return early March for the dam against Romania. The Australian Open semi-finalist (he will play this night against Matteo Berrettini) does not appear on the list of Spanish players selected for this meeting of 4-5 March on Marbella's battered land. There is no doubt that it is not a sports choice, but a wish of man to the great Tournaments of the Grand Slam, who returns from a foot injury, not to play the Davis Cup at this Year of the year, which will play in Acapulco (in Mexico) the previous week. Carlos Alcaraz, the future Spanish tennis star, will on the other hand there. The 18-year-old, 31nd worldwide, should have made its big beginnings during the final phase of the Davis 2021 Cup, but it has been tested positive at COVID just before its entry. It is therefore only part. Roberto Bautista AGUT (N ° 18), Pablo Carreno Busta (N ° 21), Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (n ° 7) and Marcel Granollers (n ° 7 double) will also compose the team of Spain, which will leave great favorite Against Romania, whose list has not been unveiled, but whose best player of simple, Marius Copil, is only 275th world, and the best double player, Horia Tecau, is 17th.

Tennis-Nadal happy to be back competing again after setbacks

  Tennis-Nadal happy to be back competing again after setbacks Tennis-Nadal happy to be back competing again after setbacksMELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rafa Nadal said on Saturday he is delighted to be free of injury and illness and is excited about competing at the Australian Open where he will bid for a record 21st Grand Slam title.

Twelve dams in the four corners of the world

This meeting between Spain and Romania is one of the twelve dams organized this weekend, and whose winners will join Russia (victorious of the 2021 edition), the Croatia (finalist), Great Britain and Serbia (invited by the International Federation) during the final phase next November. The France team, whose team composition has not been unveiled, will face Ecuador to Pau.

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Saturday 5th and Sunday 6 March

France - Ecuador in Pau (Hard Enlancer)

Spain - Romania in Marbella (Outdoor Food Land)

Finland - Belgium in Espoo (Hard Room)

United States - Colombia in Reno (hard-haired)

Netherlands - Canada in The Hague (Enlarged Charter)

Brazil - Germany in Rio de Janeiro (Outdoor Charter)

Slovakia - Italy in Bratislava (Hard Room)

Australia - Hungary in Sydney (Hard Exterior)

Norway - Kazakhstan in Oslo (hard-haired)

Sweden - Japan in Helsingborg (hard-haired)

Argentina - Czech Republic in Buenos Aires (outdoor deck)

South Korea - Austria Seoul (hard in room)

‘You're All Corrupt’: Denis Shapovalov Criticizes Chair Umpire in Loss to Rafael Nadal .
The young Canadian lost his quarterfinals match to Nadal in five sets. Denis Shapovalov, the No. 14 seed in the Australian Open, called out the chair umpire following the first set of his eventual five-set loss to Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open quarterfinals. After dropping the first set 6–3, Shapovalov approached the chair umpire, complaining Nadal wasn't ready to play, to which the umpire responded by suggesting the Canadian was not ready either, considering he had walked up to their chair.“Are you kidding me? You guys are all corrupt. You guys are all corrupt,” Shapovalov could be heard saying.

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