Under the guidance of Félix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov, Canada secured their place in the ATP Cup semi-finals after claiming two singles victories against Germany.
First of all, the native of tel aviv (14th) but nationalized Canadian did his thing by beating Jan-Lennard Struff (51º) 7-6 (5), 4-6 and 6-3 in two hours and 35 minutes of play, thus reducing the global in 3-5 in favor of the German.
On the other hand, the current 11th in the ATP ranking achieved his second victory against Alexander Zverev (3rd) after an even match that ended 6-4, 4-6 and 6-3 between the ringleaders Of each country.
Despite the fact that Great Britain won, being the only other country in Group C that had a chance to qualify for the semis, Canadians are already thinking about what will be their duel against Russia in search of their first final in this competition.
In the other key, the powerful Spain of Bautista Agut (19th) will face Poland, the clear surprise of the tournament commanded by Hubert Hurkacz (9th). Both countries have a total of eight wins and just one loss in this edition of the ATP Cup.