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Davis Cup Finals 2021: Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden live stream, preview and prediction

In the fourth quarterfinal, Team Russia will lock horns against Team Sweden on Thursday.

Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden

Team Russia will take on Team Sweden in the quarterfinal of the 2021 Davis Cup Finals.

Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden: Match Details

  • Tournament: Davis Cup Finals 2021
  • Match: Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden
  • Round: Quarterfinals
  • Date: December 2, 2021
  • Venue: Madrid, Spain
  • Surface: Indoor Hard Court

Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden: Preview

Andrey Rublev

Russia are one of the biggest contenders to win the Davis Cup this year. They have a very strong singles team with two top 5 players- Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev. Medvedev has been the best player with Djokovic this season and has the most wins. He is coming off winning a maiden major at Flushing Meadows and runner up finishes at Bercy and Turin. Rublev too has attained career high ranking and is one of the best player in the world. The doubles pairing of Rublev and Aslan Karatsev is also a strong one and is undefeated this week.

On the other hand, Sweden made it to the quarterfinals despite not finishing first in the group. They have a decent singles team of Elias Ymer and Mikael Ymer with Andre Goransson and Robert Lindstedt playing the doubles match. They defeated Canada 3-0 in the opener before losing 1-2 to Kazakhstan.

Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden: Prediction

Daniil Medvedev

Russia will enter as the clear favorites to win it. They have a very strong singles team- probably the best in the tournament and will fancy to wrap the match in the singles matches itself. Ymer could give Rublev a tough time but the Russian is expected to come the victor. The Russians will most probably win the tie convincingly.

Prediction: Russia to win 2-1.

Russian Tennis Federation vs Sweden: Broadcast and Live stream

RegionChannel
AustraliaFox Sports
BrazilGlobosat, Band Sport
CanadaSportsnet, TVA
FrancebeIN Sport
GermanyPro 7
Great BritainEurosport
ItalySupertennis
RussiaMatch TV
Pan AfricaMCS, Econet, Kwese
USATennis Channel

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