Spain and Great Britain achieved the first victories of the second edition this Friday. United Cupmixed team tournament was played Australia This also helps participants get in touch with the competition before facing their early-season commitments.

Spain beat Brazil 2-1 and England 2-0 to the local team, both via Perth headquarters.

In the first meeting between Spain and Brazil, the mixed doubles match was decisive: Alexander Davidovich Sara Sorribes broke the tie by defeating Marcelo Melo and Beatriz Haddad-Maia with sets of 6-4, 7-5. individual matches have been completed.

Davidovich officially opened the new tennis season in Australia by defeating Thiago Seyboth Wild with scores of 6-4, 6-0.. The world number 26 had to work hard in the first set, but defeated her opponent in the second set (79) by breaking three times in a row.

Haddad-Maia (11 WTA) equalized the difference with a 7-6 (1) and 6-2 victory over Sorribes (48).. After the tiebreak, which the Brazilian dominated from start to finish, the Spaniard reacted by taking his opponent’s serve, but then lost his serve three times and was left with no other option.

However, he maintained his strength and played a good doubles match with Davidovich and secured the first point for Spain in Group A in Perth.

Cameron Norrie won the first point for the British by beating Australian Alex de Miñaur with 6-4, 2-6 and 7-6 difficulties (2). They battled on the field for two hours and twenty minutes in what was to be both their first match.

In women’s individuality Katie Boulter confirmed Britain’s victory by defeating Ajla Tomljanovic 6-2, 6-4.Her 290th-ranked position in the WTA was better than expected, and she remained in the conflict until the end.

Boulter and Neal Skupski will play mixed doubles against Storm Hunter and Matthew Ebden. If a possible bond in group C needs to be taken into account.

Eighteen teams compete in this tournament for mixed teams. successor to the old Hopman Cup. The teams of world number one Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek are defending Serbia and Poland.