Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer took the team within two wins to win the Louvre Cup as they had won their singles and their first doubles rubber in Prague on Saturday.
The world’s highest ranking pair, left by Born Borg two days later by John McEnro, led by Team Masters 9-3 in the captaincy of the team world.
Nadal and Federer had won their singles titles, all the eyes of the O2 Arena sold in Prague were on two legends, which had played just like the net in the best career in the first two decades.
He started doubles rubber against Sam Quer and Jack Sock, who was earning a break to win 6-4 in the first set.
However, he was in a more serious mood in the second set because both had missed his service, so that the American pair won 6-1.
For his relief, the world’s top two players won 35 Grand Slam singles titles, so they managed to win their rivals 10/5 in a Super Tie Break, which decided to struggle.
In Saturday’s opener Federer, this year’s Australian Open and Wimbledon winners and world number two players, beat the 16th ranked quartetry 6-4, 6-2 to break the first set and two goals in the second place .
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The French and US Open wins the world number one Nadal, trying to scare 21nd ranking Souk 6-3, 3-6, 11/9.
Nadal and Sock did the first break in rubber, but Nadal added another pair for the first set.
The second set was a mirror image for the first time with the oak, in which the knock was awarded with a super-tie brake, and Nadal won by winning the average goal of 9 to 9, below 5-1.
Australia’s world number 20 Nick Kargius has greatly encouraged team verses, because he struggled with big servers in the Czech Republic’s 19th ranked Tomas Berdych 4-6, 7-6 (7/4), 10/6 Beat up
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Kyrgios lost his first service and fought in front of the main birdic in the first set, but then he occupied second place in the tie-break, because both of them had won the Super Tie Break at 18th place in their tenure before the 16th of Burdick .
On Sunday, three singles and one doubles tournament will be closed, in which after two and three on Saturday, three points are earned for each win and on one Friday.
On Friday, Marin Silic defeated Frances Tiafo, Dominic Thimbe defeated John Isner and Alexander Zverev to make Dennis Shapolovov a 3-1 lead to Europe, as the defeat of Kergias and Sock in Nadal and Berdych fortresses went.