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Davis Cup Team Announced

2/17/2011Ang

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Captain Costa has name the Davis Cup team for the tie against Belgium.




Rafael Nadal, David Ferrer, Fernando Verdasco and Feliciano Lopez will be the components of the Spanish MAPFRE to defend Spain in the knockout first round World Group against Belgium. Albert Costa, Spanish tennis coach men, unveiled this morning at the facilities of Club Atlético de Alicante Montemar the names of the four players who will travel to Charleroi to play the tie on 4, 5 and 6 March.
José Luis Escañuela, president of the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation, José Emilio Cervera, president of Tennis Federation of Valencia and José Pedro García Fernández, president of Club Atlético Montemar have accompanied Albert Costa in the act of official announcement the Spanish team.
Spain and Belgium have faced so far in Davis Cup on 3 occasions, with a balance favorable to Spain 2-1. Spain beat Belgium 5-0 in the qualifying round in 2003 in Seville.
The Spanish MAPFRE Charleroi plans to focus on the night of Sunday, February 28, although some players, such as David Ferrer and Fernando Verdasco, who this week disputed the Acapulco tournament, will join the concentration depending on the results .
The meetings that will be played in Charleroi Spiroudrome have planned to start at 14.30 in each of the three days.

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Rafael Nadal fit for Davis Cup match against Belgium
MADRID | Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:24am EST
(Reuters) - World number one Rafa Nadal has recovered from the injury he picked up at the Australian Open and will represent Spain in their Davis Cup world group first-round match against Belgium next month.

Nadal missed Spain 5-0 loss to France last July, a defeat which ended the four-times winners reign as champions.

After picking up a minor injury in Melbourne that sidelined him for 10 days, he has made himself available for selection alongside David Ferrer, Fernando Verdasco and Feliciano Lopez for the March 4-6 tie in Charleroi.

"Having the number one and the best sportsman of 2010 in the side gives us stability," captain Albert Costa told a news conference on Thursday.

"After the small injury he had in Australia he did the work needed to get back into training," Costa added. "He's coming back gradually and when he joins our training camp he'll be in perfect condition."

Spain have dominated the Davis Cup in recent years, winning in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2009. They were runners-up in 2003.

They lead Belgium 2-1 in the pair's head-to-head series and won 5-0 in their most recent meeting in Seville in 2003.



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