Vega and Bouzas took the place initially set for Paula Badosa and Rafael Nadal who, given the irrelevance of the duel for the final result, gave way to the members of the Spanish team with less prominence.
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Dart and O’Mara won 3-6, 6-2 and 10-5 and obtained the fourth point for Great Britain who had already sealed his victory and his qualification for the next round with the victory of Daniel Evans over Albert Ramos by 6-3, 1-6 and 6-3.
Previously, in the first duel of the session, Paula Badosa came back to beat Harriet Dart 6-7(6), 7-6(5) and 6-1 and fueled the hopes of Spain that lost both of their matches on Saturday. Rafael Nadal was surpassed by Cameron Norrie and Nuria Párrizas by Katie Swan.
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Spain will complete its participation in the United Cup in the match against Australia, with nothing at stake. Neither Spaniards nor Oceanic have qualifying options. Great Britain is the one that agrees to the next phasee in which they will play against the first of the group made up of the Czech Republic, the United States and Germany, also based in Sydney.
The entrance Dart and O’Mara round off Great Britain’s victory over Spain was first published on newspaper TODAY.