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Sinners Italy won the Davis Cup against Australia

Sinners Italy won the Davis Cup against Australia

Unmissable Italy Davis Cup. Our national team won their second Davis Cup by beating themAustralia 2-0 in the final in Malaga. the sinner And the teammates (Musetti, Arnoldi, Sonego and Polelli) mark another historic date for Italian tennis after the first victory in the Davis Cup in 1976: then Panatta, Parasutti, Bertolucci and Zucarelli, led by Nicola Pietrangeli, they returned with victory. From Santiago de Chile.

At second singles, it was Janic who brought Italy the Davis Cup after 47 years the sinner (4th in the ATP rankings) won against Alex D Minar (12th) first set 6-3 and second 6-0. Two sets were (obviously) fought, won and avoided the need to play the third game of the doubles (Chinner-Sonego vs. Purcell-Epton). “It’s a joy for the Italians – Sinner explains back on the pitch – for those who came here to Malaga, and for everyone who stayed at home and cheered us on. That’s a big thing. We’ve suffered this season, but we’re a united team, and we can all smile at this victory. It’s wonderful to close the season like this, It gives us a lot of energy to prepare for the next one.”

However, at first singles, Matteo Arnoldi (44th in the ATP rankings) beat Paprin (40th) 2-1: Blue won the first set 7-5, the second Paprin won 6-2, the third ended 6-4 for the tricolor tennis player.

(Photo by LLUIS GENE/AFP)

Success on TV too

Italy won against Serbia This also translated into a massive crowd victory at Roy2 in the Davis Cup semi-finals. A second meeting on Saturday afternoon, November 25 – Janic’s feat the sinner Against Novak Djokovic – Watched by 2 million 149 thousand viewers from 3.04 pm to 5.42 pm, 17% share.

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Subsequently, from 6.23 pm to 8.07 pm, the decisive victory of Sinner-Soneko in doubles against Djokovic-Kechmanovic had 2 million 536 thousand viewers with a share of 15.7%.