Magda Lynette defeated Madison Keys in three sets on Wednesday to force a decisive doubles matchup between Poland and the United States in the Billie Jean King Cup.
Danielle Collins gave the Americans a 1–0 lead after a 6–3, 3–6, 7–6 (2) win in the first singles match against Magdalena French in the biggest women’s team event in tennis, which was previously won by the Federation Cup. was known as.
Lynette beat Keys 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 to level the Group D matchup at 1-1. The Americans rested their best racket, Coco Gauff, in the singles doubles.
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Collins’ matchup began a few hours behind schedule, as the last few matches had been dragged. Thus, the final doubles match was held at midnight. Gough and McNally face Lynette and Eliza Rosolska.
Spain, Switzerland and Slovakia had won just hours earlier.
Spain’s Paula Badosa defeated Elena Rybkina 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 to take an unassailable 2-0 lead over Kazakhstan.
Switzerland beat Italy 3-0. Jill Tekman and Belinda Bencic won their respective singles matches before teaming up to win the doubles match.
Victoria Kuzmova and Anna Karolina Shmidlova registered a singles win for Slovakia, who beat Belgium 2–1.
12 teams compete, which are divided into four groups of three members each. The group stage consists of two singles matches and one doubles match in each duel.
The winners of each pool will advance to Saturday’s semi-finals. The final will take place on Sunday.