Down to the last four in one of the oldest and most prestigious titles in tennis. The second Davis Cup semifinal features Australia and Croatia, both former champions of this trophy.
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The singles players did the jobs for both countries in their quarterfinal matchups. Despite finishing second in their groups both nations dispatched their group winner opponents in relatively facile fashion.
Jordan Thompson really stepped up for the Aussies in taking down Tallon Griekspoor in three sets, leaving Alex De Minaur to finish the job by coming back to defeat Botic van de Zandschulp in another three set epic. It is exactly that brand of ‘Aussie Grit’ that we have come to expect across all sports that got both players over the line in their matches.
The return of a fit Borna Coric makes a massive difference to the Croatian outfit though and whoever plays Coric in the opening rubber, perhaps Jordan Thompson again, it is going to be a tough ask. On talent, Coric is probably the best second seed left in the tournament and could be a key player if Croatia are to go all the way.
There’s also a very good chance that this tie comes down to the doubles. If so then Nicola Mektic and Ante Pavic is a strong trump card for the Croatian team. Matt Ebden and Max Purcell are by no means pushovers, they are Australian Open finalists from this year, and both teams carry identical 2-1 records from the group stages into this tie. However, the greater experience and historic success of the Croatian pair slightly tips the balance in their favour.