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On Friday evening, after Juan Martin del Potro had lost his singles rubber, Nalbandian is believed to have infuriated his young team-mate with a suggestion that the 20-year-old from Tandil had undermined Argentina's chances by opting to feature at the Masters Cup in Shanghai, as that complicated his preparation for the tie.And there were also reports, after Argentina were beaten in Saturday's doubles rubber, of Nalbandian and his doubles partner, Agustin Calleri, having a blunt exchange of views.Verdasco, the replacement for David Ferrer, came from two sets to one down for a 6-3, 6-7, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 victory that took almost four hours.You had to feel for Acasuso, himself a substitute for Del Potro, as this was the second time that he had lost the decisive rubber in a Davis Cup final, having also been beaten by Russia's Marat Safin in Moscow a couple of years ago, and again he sobbed into a towel.Genie Bouchard had just won over the Australian Open crowd, and most of the tennis world, with an efficient, composed three-set win in her first-ever major quarterfinal.The 19-year-old Canadian defeated Ana Ivanovic 5-7, 7-5, 6-2 and didn’t appear at all flustered during the two-hour, 22-minute match. It was like she aced the match, then double-faulted the interview.
While standing in the center of Rod Laver Arena, Bouchard fielded questions about the match, her surprising run in Melbourne and her legion of fans known as Genie’s Army. Bouchard paused, blushed, paused some more and then blurted out her answer. The amusing answer wasn’t without some minor controversy however, as some folks on Twitter criticized the original question. It’s not like women’s tennis is surging in popularity around the world.
For Argentina, this was supposed to be the weekend when they had the fiesta to end all tennis fiestas at this coastal resort, the occasion when they won the Davis Cup for the first time in their history.
Instead, what they got at the Estadio Islas Malvinas was the frustration of a 3-1 defeat, plus a firefight of recriminations, with reports of bickering and bitter arguments between the Argentine players in the locker-room, all of them involving the most awkward man in tennis, David Nalbandian.
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But this was Verdasco's moment, and when the world No 16 struck a forehand winner down the line, he collapsed on to the court, and was soon at the bottom of a red-shirted heap of bodies.
"This is the most beautiful day of my life," said Verdasco, on the day that Spain won La Ensaladera for the third time.