Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer have staked Spain to a 2-0 lead after the first day of play in the Davis Cup Finals. It was almost to be expected as neither one of the Spaniards had lost a rubber playing on clay. The host nation appears to be well on its way to its fifth title since 2000 thanks to Nadal and Ferrer's play so far against Juan Monaco and Juan Martin del Potro, respectively.
Because while the Davis Cup is the ultimate team competition in tennis, sometimes two players can get the bulk of the work done, something that has been seen often over the years. Here's a look at some of the event's most formidable two-man wrecking crews.