Finland Pulls Off Upset Against Canada to Advance to Semifinals of Davis Cup in Spain

The 14th-ranked Finns upset defending champion Canada in the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup, reaching the semifinals for the first time. Finland’s players Otto Virtanen and Harri Heliovaara defeated Alexis Galarneau and Vasek Pospisil in doubles, securing the historic victory. Canada won its first Davis Cup title last year, while Finland’s previous best performance was in 2002. Both countries’ No. 1 players, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Emil Ruusuvuori, were out injured. The semifinals will be played on Friday and Saturday, with the winner being crowned on Sunday. More matches are scheduled in the quarterfinals, with Australia facing the Czech Republic and Italy playing against the Netherlands. Great Britain will also compete against Novak Djokovic’s Serbia. For more tennis updates, visit