Wearing Cup semi-finals France 2-0 Spanish Spanish to help Croatia lead

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 Wearing Cup semi-finals France 2-0 Spanish Spanish to help Croatia lead


Defending champion France fought against the Spanish team, the worlds first Nadal, in the hard court. The first French player, Byeh, took just an hour and 54 minutes to sweep Carlino Busta 7-5, 6-1, 6-0. The 16 winning goals, including 37 ace balls, were scored by the whole team.

The next host, the first male singles Pui, went through five sets of battles, with 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 difficult to reverse Batista Agut. Pui was successful in revenge for the loss of Batistas final to the Dubai final. Batista Agut scored three more points than Pui, but Pui scored 19 aces and 52 winners.

Croatia chose Zadars outdoor clay court against the 32 tournament champion of the United States. Churidge, sixth in the world, won both of them. Silic took advantage of American rookie Tiafos tense opening opportunities to quickly build an advantage, and finally straight set with 6-1, 6-3, 7-6 (5) to win. So far in his career, Silic has scored 37 victories for Croatia, equalling the cup-wearing record of his predecessor Ljubicic. Churidge beat Johannsen by 6-4, 7-6 (4), 6-3. This is the thirtieth singles victory that Churidge, 21, won this year. Tim led Austria 2-0 ahead of Australia, Japan 2-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Switzerland temporarily 1-1 with Sweden, Serbia 2-0 ahead of India, Hungary and the Czech Republic 1-1, Britain and Uzbekistan each won a singles match, and Argentina 2-0 ahead of Colombia at home. Source: NetEase sports writer: Shrek editor: Cao Li Wei _NS1806

Croatia chose Zadars outdoor clay court against the 32 tournament champion of the United States. Churidge, sixth in the world, won both of them. Silic took advantage of American rookie Tiafos tense opening opportunities to quickly build an advantage, and finally straight set with 6-1, 6-3, 7-6 (5) to win. So far in his career, Silic has scored 37 victories for Croatia, equalling the cup-wearing record of his predecessor Ljubicic.

Tim led Austria 2-0 ahead of Australia, Japan 2-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina, Switzerland temporarily 1-1 with Sweden, Serbia 2-0 ahead of India, Hungary and the Czech Republic 1-1, Britain and Uzbekistan each won a singles match, and Argentina 2-0 ahead of Colombia at home.