January 28, 2023

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The United States and Canada completed the poster for the final

Sports Writing, ap. 17 (EFE) .- The United States and Canada resolve their conflicts against Ukraine and Latvia, respectively, in the finals of the Billy Jean King Cup, with Spain, Poland, Italy, Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic.

The American team thwarted their rival’s reaction in Ashville. Diana Yastremska and Katrina Jadaska matched North American advantage with their victories and were all determined in the doubles division. Eighteen-time tournament champion Jessica Begula and debutant Asia Mohammed.

Winning the first two singles matches against Latvia in Vancouver created less uncertainty over Canada’s qualification. Leila Fernandez did not show interest, she defeated Daniela Wismane 6-2, 6-1. US Open finalist Heidi L. Tabaj led the team, which will be the highlight of the event.

The United States and Canada join Spain, Poland, Italy, Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic as winners of the Billy Jean King Cup Finals.

The poster for the tournament, which will take place from November 8th to 13th, has already been set up. Eleven of the twelve squares are determined. These seven qualifying teams join Switzerland, finalists last year, and Australia, the best semi-finalists to replace champion Russia who were disqualified due to the invasion of Ukraine.

Also eliminated from the qualifying round was Belgium, a team from Belarus, who will advance to the final against Slovakia, who initially played against Australia.

The only thing that is not known is to complete the list of participants, the invitation provided by the organization and it is not yet determined.

The final round of the Billy Jean King Cup will take place from November 8 to 13 at an undecided location. The twelve participants will be divided into four teams of three teams, with the winners of each of them playing in the semifinals and then the final.

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Last year, when the tournament, the former Federation Cup, acquired this new format, Russia won the final match against Switzerland in the Czech Republic. EFE

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