September 13, 2022 9:34 AM
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Argentina vs Sweden – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Davis Cup Finals

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When is Argentina vs Sweden on and what time does it start? Argentina vs Sweden will take place on Tuesday 13th September, 2022 – not before 15:00 (UK)

Where is Argentina vs Sweden taking place? Argentina vs Sweden will take place at Unipol Arena in Bologna, Italy

What surface is Argentina vs Sweden being played on? Argentina vs Sweden will take place on an indoor hard court

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What channel is Argentina vs Sweden on in the UK? TBC

Where can I stream Argentina vs Sweden in the UK? TBC


Argentina won the Davis Cup Finals for a first time back in 2016 when Juan Martin del Potro famously overcame Andy Murray to avenge his gut-wrenching loss to the Brit in the Gold Medal match at the Rio Olympic Games. Despite losing Del Potro to injury in recent years, Argentina can boast an exciting new generation of talent in world number 27 Francisco Cerundolo and world number 37 Sebastian Baez, both of whom won their maiden titles on clay this season at the Bastad Open and the Estoril Open, respectively. World number 17 Diego Schwartzman leads the side as a hugely experienced and gutsy first option. The 30-year-old grabbed the best ranking win of his career whilst representing Argentina at the ATP Cup earlier this year, beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in impressive fashion.

Sweden’s glory days at the Davis Cup Finals under the likes of Bjorn Borg, Mats Wilander, Stefan Edberg and Robin Soderling are some way behind them but they remain the fifth most successful nation with seven titles, their most recent coming in 1998. Brothers Elias and Mikael Ymer will bear huge responsibility this week as the likely doubles team required to win deciders if they can win their singles matches but with Mikael just inside the top 100 and Elias at world number 119 they look to be a little underpowered. Mikael recently produced an incredible run at the Citi Open to beat four top 50 opponents on his way to the semi-finals, losing to eventual champion Nick Kyrgios, but he has since struggled to find that intensity.


Mikael Ymer can be a really dangerous opponent when he finds some rhythm, particularly over five sets, but Team Argentina look like one of the sides to beat at the Davis Cup Finals and this match-up is seriously one-sided. There is a chance that either Diego Schwartzman or Francisco Cerundolo has an off day but feasibly Argentina should be winning this 2-0.

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