David Nalbandian is mobbed by his Argentinian teammates
Davis Cup

Swedes Lose Out in Davis Cup

Sweden have failed to make it through to the quarter finals of the Davis Cup after losing their tie against Argentina 3-2 in Stockholm.

Trailing 2-1 overnight, Robin Söderling won his reverse singles match on Sunday to levels the scores at 2-2 and set up an exciting final rubber between Sweden's Andreas Vinciguerra and David Nalbandian, who was a late addition to the Argentinian team having only just recovered from a muscle tear in his leg.

Going into the match, the Argentine, one of the best players in the world, had a 27-9 career Davis Cup record (17-4 in singles) in 16 ties, and he had too much for the lowly ranked Swede and won the rubber in four sets 7-5 6-3 4-6 6-4.

Argentina will now play Russia in the last 8.

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