Match-Up in the quarterfinals: Russia vs. Sweden Livestream: Watch online, TV channel, start time – How to watch and stream Major League and college sports
The last gap in the semifinals is in a row with Russia on paper as the odds favorite in this matchup. Russia has four ATP top 29 ranked players, including Daniil Medvedev, who may be the best total player in the world. Sweden, on the other hand, is a talented team, but has only one player ranked among the top 100 (No. 94), and seems on paper as a dramatic underdog here today.
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Game date: December 2, 2021
Playing time: 10:00 ET
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Russia has Medvedev (No. 2) who comes after his win in the US Open 2021 over Novak Djokovic and is in a position to become the best tennis player in the world.
The team is balanced with Andrey Rublev (No. 6), who won the silver medal in mixed doubles at the Olympics in Tokyo 2020, Aslan Karatsev (No. 18), who won the gold medal in mixed doubles at the Olympics in Tokyo 2020, Karen Khachanov (No. 29), who won a silver medal in singles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Evgeny Donskoy (No. 173).
This team is so talented, talented and can be scary for a Swedish team that does not have all the awards.
The Swedish team includes Mikael Ymer (No. 94), Elias Ymer (No. 171), Jonathan Mridha (No. 512), Andre Göransson (unranked) and Robert Lindstedt (No. 184).
Overall, it is very clear that Russia is the favorite, but it is the beauty of tennis in general as well as in a team environment: Any player can win any day.
And any team can win any day, if momentum goes their way.
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