United kingdom It introduced its players for the Davis Cup Qualifying Series to be played against Colombia, from February 3-4, in Cota, Cundinamarca.
The calls were Cameron Norrie (photo and No. 14 in the ATP ranking), Dan Evans (No. 27), Jack Draper (No. 42), Neil Skupsky (No. 1 in doubles) and Joe Salisbury (No. 4 in doubles).
From Colombia, Daniel Galán (No. 67), Nicolas Mejia (No. 259), Juan Sebastian Caballe and Robert Farah (No. 29 doubles) and Nicolás Barrientos (No. 65 doubles) are certified.
Everything is ready for Davis
This means the ninth call to Daniel Galan to the Davis Cup, a tournament in which he collects a tally of eight wins in 12 matches. Since his debut in 2018, Santander has been in ten of the eleven series played by our country: his only absence was in 2022 in the confrontation against the United States, as well as in the playoffs.
Meanwhile, for Nicholas Mejia This is their fifth presence in the tournament and the second at home, after they played the last confrontation against Turkey. there,
Specifically, he achieved his first success in this competition which helped lead to an overall 4-0 victory.
also, Nicholas Barrientos The part, again, as an option for both singles and doubles, the latter being the way she’s grown even more in the past year after entering the ATP Top 100. Against Turkey, he made his Davis Cup debut, winning the fourth point. Whereas the main cards for doubles will be Juan Sebastian Caballe and Robert Farahthe duo that has already accumulated 15 victories as a team in this tournament, being the most successful for the Colombians in the history of this tournament.
The series between Colombia and the United Kingdom takes place at the Pueblo Viejo Country Club, on a brick ground, entitling the winner to a place in the group stage of the Davis Cup Finals next September.
The confrontation will consist of five parties which will be played as follows: two singles on the first day, one double and one single on the second day. Matches will be best of three sets.
* With information from the Colombian Tennis Federation.
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