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Team Spain will play in group 1 in Copenhagen (Photo: Mark Phelan)
Team Spain is facing a challenge.
Date: 2/11/2019 5:33 AM
Published by : Mireille van Daal

The European Mixed Teams Champions 2019 is coming very close now with only two days to go. Time to look at a team that might be one of the underdogs, but performs better with each team event: Team Spain.

Spain will be playing in group 1, along with host and top favourite Denmark and other strong nations France and The Netherlands. Spain will start against The Netherlands on Wednesday, followed by France on Thursday.

Spain will end with the most toughest match on Friday, against Denmark.

Find the complete overview for the matches to come here

Players to watch

Unfortunately, most famous Spanish player and world champion Carolina Marin will not play, as she got injured during the finals of the Indonesian Masters. However, Spain still has Beatriz Corrales, Clara Azurmendi and Sara Penalver who are also strong women’s singles players to look out for.

Adding youngsters like Manuela Diaz, Lorena Usle, Nerea Ivorra Masia and Paula Lopez makes the female Spanish players complete.

Pablo Abian is the most experienced player of the Spanish team and will carry the team. Luis Enrique Penalver is also known to win important matches, as well as Manuel Vazquez who recently reached the final of the Iceland International.

The male squad is completed with Alejandro Alcala, Alvaro Vazquez and Alberto Zapico to give these youngsters the needed experience.

Don't miss the action on court and get your tickets for the matches in Copenhagen here!

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