Sweden against Japan. The final location of a Davis Cup in the tank.
It is in jeopardy when the qualifying round match for the tennis team WC is decided at the Helsingborg Arena this weekend.
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Brothers Michael and Elias Yemer will represent Sweden in the Davis Cup qualifiers this weekend. Photo: Christine Olson / TT
Here’s good news for you tennis lovers.
Beginning on Friday afternoon, you or anyone who is a subscriber can watch Sweden’s qualifiers for the Davis Cup against Japan live at the Helsingforks Stadium.
– Another good news, says Daniel Ruth, HD’s sports director. We have aired many HIFs and Bois’ training matches before the season, which is another investment we make. We constantly strive to fill our subscriptions with as much content as possible.
For two days, the tennis team will decide which teams will qualify for the autumn final, known as WC.
Sweden, who advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time since 2011, face Japan in four singles and doubles matches. All matches will be played in three sets and the winner will advance to the final, which will be decided in November. The losing team will play in the play-offs in September.
Sweden in Davis Cup qualifying round
Michael Yemer, born 1998
Elias Yemer, born 1996
Dragos Nicole Madras, born 1997
Andre Corenson, born 1994
Confederation Captain: Robin Soderling
Four teams are already ready for the final; Last year’s finalists RTF (Russian national team) and Croatia and Serbia and Great Britain each received a wild card.
Sweden’s qualifiers against Japan start at 16.45 on Friday and continue at 13 on Saturday. All matches will be broadcast live on the site for you to subscribe to.
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