Manuel Queimadelos Alonso
Spain takes on the Czech Republic in the 2012 Davis Cup final.
The final series of the Davis Cup kicks off on Friday as Spain and the Czech Republic meet for the title. The Czech Republic will enjoy a home court advantage as the final takes place at the O2 Arena in Prague. The two countries will play a best-of-five series, which will include four singles matches and one doubles match.
World No. 5 David Ferrer and Radek Stepanek face each other to kick off the 100th edition of the final. Ferrer is attempting to put a bow on the best year of his career, in which his has won seven singles titles. Ferrer is 6-3 against Stepanek, including a win in the Davis Cup final three years ago. The match begins at 10 a.m. ET on the Tennis Channel.
The headline match of the day follows as No. 6 Tomas Berdych faces No. 11 Nicolas Almagro. The two have played five times in 2012, with Berdych taking four of those meetings. They will also face off on the Tennis Channel.
Doubles will be played on Saturday before the singles matches are flipped on Sunday.