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Spaniard Rafael Nadal outclassed Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga as he earned a comprehensive 6-0 6-2 6-4 victory over him and took Spain to the final of the 2011 Davis Cup. Interestingly, Tsonga, who helped France to earn an easy victory in Saturday's doubles and kept the best of five ties alive at 2-1, looked absolutely out-of-sorts against Nadal, who won his 17th Davis Cup match.
With this win, Spain got an inaccessible 3-1 lead over France. Now, Spain, who are bidding for a third title in four years will take on either defending champion Serbia or Argentina in December's final. Rafael Nadal did not face a single break point against Frenchman and won the match comprehensively by converting the very first match point.
Nadal has not lost a Davis Cup singles since he was beaten by Czech Jiri Novak on his debut in 2004.
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