Final point. Spain was mathematically eliminated from the Davis Cup this Friday after Novak Djokovic’s victory against Alejandro Davidovich 6-3, 6-4. A match marked by the heat on the court, which caused the players themselves to leave the court after finishing the first set due to the high temperatures.
It was not the day for either Albert Ramos or Davidovich. First, a great Laslo Djere won and then Djokovic, who despite arriving, as he himself confessed, very tired, broke any Spanish hope of being in the final phase of the Davis Cup in Malaga.
Laslo Djere was much better than the Catalan, who during the second set was unhinged by his rival. During Ramos’s third serve, the Balkan managed to break the serve, so the Spaniard threatened to slam his racket on the court. Despite the defeat, David Ferrer’s team still had a chance. The feat, although very unlikely, could have happened.
However, a great Djokovic, who managed to overcome a 4-2 deficit in the second set, prevented the Armada from coming back after the tough 3-0 defeat against the Czech Republic. Davidovich tried and tried and the match-conscious public did not stop cheering him on. Even so, ahead was the number 1, who after a great first set managed to knock out the Spaniard.