The Davis Cup began with 130 nations battling it out for tennis supremacy. Now, only two remain.
Argentina and Spain are the lone teams remaining, which comes as no surprise. This will be the second time in four years that these countries have collided in the finals.
The last time these two teams met, Spain got the better of Argentina, despite playing without their best player, Rafael Nadal.
Argentina is eager to finally get over the hump and bring the trophy home after losing in the finals on three occasions.
Both teams are stacked with talent, and reaching this stage speaks to just how dominant both countries are.
There isn't an international competition quite like the Davis Cup. To have a final with two juggernauts like Spain and Argentina makes this a must-see matchup.
Where: Olympic Stadium, Seville, Spain
When: Friday-Sunday, December 2-4
Day 1 (Friday): 8:00 a.m. EST
Day 2 (Saturday): 10:00 a.m. EST
Day 3 (Sunday): 7:00 a.m. EST
Surface: Clay (red clay), indoor
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