No change in Spain team for Davis Cup finals

Updated: 05 November 2012 17:44 IST

Spain's Davis Cup captain Alex Corretja announced Monday he is making no changes to the defending champions' team for the finals against Czech Republic.

Madrid:

Spain's Davis Cup captain Alex Corretja announced Monday he is making no changes to the defending champions' team for the finals against Czech Republic.

With Spanish number one Rafael Nadal sidelined by an injured left knee, David Ferrer, Nicolas Almagro, Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez will be on court for the November 16-18 clash in Prague's Arena.

Corretja is thus making no changes to the quartet he sent into battle for the quarter-finals and the semis.

Ferrer spearheads the campaign, after becoming the first Spanish winner of the Paris Masters tournament on Sunday. The 30-year-old Ferrer has now picked up seven ATP titles this season. ( Read: Ferrer wins Paris Masters)

Topics : Tennis Spain David Ferrer Rafael Nadal
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