The 2019 Davis Cup Finals in Madrid, Spain are now down to the quarter finals stage and Canada became the first team to make the semi-finals after they defeated Australia 2-1 yesterday, thanks to Pospisil beating Millman in the singles and Pospisil and Shapovalov winning the doubles rubber. Canada will face either Serbia or Russia in tomorrow’s semi-finals.
Today’s quarter-finals are between Great Britain and Germany and Spain and Argentina, which means there are some potential blockbuster singles rubbers scenarios in the pipeline oer the weekend. Shapovalov is likely to face Djokovic in one of their semi-final's singles rubbers tomorrow and if Great Britain and Spain win their quarter-finals today, then we could be in for a real treat as Andy Murray and new World number one Rafa Nadal could face each other in one of Saturday’s the singles rubbers.
The biggest potential finals clash this weekend could come in Sunday’s finals if Serbia and Spain navigate the quarters and semi-finals, as we could potentially be treated to a Davis Cup Finals singles rubber match-up between the two current best players in the World Nadal and Djokovic, which could also settle the Davis Cup Finals winner on Sunday.