And in tennis, Croatia beat Switzerland 2-0 in the Hopman Cup final, where they faced the country’s national teams, and reached the cup after 27 years.
Switzerland and Croatia met in the final of the organization, which was held in Nice, France, after a hiatus of 4 years.
In the women’s singles final, Croatian Donna Vekic, ranked 22nd in the world, beat Switzerland’s Celine Nayef 6-3, 6-4 sets and put her country ahead 1-0.
In the men’s singles final, Croatian Borna Coric, world number 15, beat Swiss Leandro Redi 2-0 after 6-1, 6-4 sets.
After winning both matches and leading 2-0 in the series, Croatia became the holders of the cup for the second time after the championship in 1996.
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