Tsitsipas Brothers Lead Greece to Davis Cup World Group I with Doubles Victory

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Stefanos and Petros Tsitsipas emerged victorious against Marius Copil and Victor Vlad Cornea in a thrilling doubles match, sealing a 3-0 triumph over Romania and propelling Greece to the Davis Cup World Group I for just the second time in history.

The initial set saw both teams showcasing their impeccable serve, with no breaks throughout. The Tsitsipas brothers, however, encountered a missed chance to break in the 9th game, allowing Copil and Cornea to seize a narrow 5-4 advantage. Despite the setback, a tie-break ensued, with the Romanians ultimately prevailing 7-4.

Undeterred by their first-set loss, the Tsitsipas siblings unleashed their dominance in the second set. Breaking their opponents' serve in the 4th game, they established a commendable 3-1 lead, ultimately securing the set with a score of 6-3, restoring balance in the match.

The third set showcased the Tsitsipas brothers' resilience once again. Breaking their opponents' serve in the third game, they swiftly attained a 3-1 advantage. Subsequently, both teams held on to their serves, solidifying Greece's triumph and paving the way for their ascent to the esteemed Davis Cup World Group I stage.

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