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Live online tennis streaming: Watch Czech Republic v Spain in the Davis Cup Final (Stepanek, Ferrer, Berdych & Almagro)
- Updated: November 14, 2012
Bet365 are showing Czech Republic v Spain in the Davis Cup Final live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on this broadcast, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
The David Cup Final in Prague kicks off with the Czech Republic’s Radek Stepanek facing Spain’s David Ferrer. That will be followed by Czech No 1 Tomas Berdych taking on Spain’s Nicolas Almagro.
Sadly for onlookers Spain will be without star player Rafael Nadal who is missing out due to injury, yet despite that Spain will be many people’s favourites to lift the trophy.
The Spaniards have dominated the Davis Cup in recent years, sweeping up four out of the last five trophies. One of those victories was a 5-0 sweep against the Czechs at home in 2009. Moreover, the Spanish are being led by fifth-ranked David Ferrer, who is wrapping up a year with a career-best seven titles.
The Czechs though will be fierce opponents. Backed a back 14000 strong crowd, Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek are widely known for their prickly demeanors and uncompromising characters. Being underdogs will likely only act as a red rag to a bull to the Czech twosome.
The last time the Czechs beat Spain was as Czechoslovakia in 1971, but with Nadal no longer a factor in the final, Berdych and Stepanek have every opportunity to rewrite the record books in front of their own supporters.