Nadal leads Spain against Argentina in Davis Cup
Tuesday 22 November 2011
Rafael Nadal will lead an unchanged Spain squad against Argentina in next month's Davis Cup final.
The second-ranked Nadal helped Spain beat France 4-1 in the semi-finals to set up the Dec. 2-4 final on indoor clay at the Olympic Stadium in Seville.
Fifth-ranked David Ferrer is set to play singles alongside Nadal, while Feliciano Lopez and Fernando Verdasco should team-up for doubles.
Spain captain Albert Costa has also included Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez as playing partners. Granollers is coming off a victory at the Valencia Open.
The four-time champions begin training in Seville on Saturday, with Nadal and Ferrer joining up after the ATP World Tour Finals.
Spain beat Argentina in the 2008 final.
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