After the match for the Davis Cup final on Sunday, France couldn’t stand to be defeated by Serbia and it seems to be that Novak Djokovick and Gael Mofils fighted one each other punching in the changing room.
The Post of Serbia put into circulation a stamp with images of the players of the national team that won the 2010 Davis Cup for the first time in history. The Serbian team, composed of Novak Djokovic Viktor Troicki Nenad Zimonjic and Janko Tipsarevic, beat France ,3-2 in the final of this competition which was held last Friday through Sunday in Belgrade. Post the statement, reported by the media, other countries in the Davis Cup winners issued stamps bearing the effigy of their teams, but this is the first time that emits less than 24 hours after the victory. The new Serbian stamp has a circulation of 38,000 copies. In this final highlights Djokovic, the No. 3 in the world, winning two singles and finally Troicki, by winning the decisive fifth point.
Serbia became only the second-seeded Balkan country that takes over the silver bowl and the first from one Croatia in 2005. This was the first match between Serbia and France and just in a Davis Cup final. Thus, the champion will rise to second place behind Spain in the ranking of nations in the Davis Cup International Tennis Federation (FIT). Serbia played in the Davis Cup since 1995, first as Yugoslavia, then under the flag of Serbia and Montenegro. In fact, as does Serbia since 2007 and to qualify for the final of this year had expired, in order, the United States, Croatia and Czech Republic. France has a long history in Davis Cup since joined the competition in 1904, just four years after its founding, and played the final 16 times, of which he won in nine, the last time in 2001. To reach this end, the Gauls had been removed to Germany, Spain and Argentina. “My players showed that mentally are the strongest team in the world,” said Serbian captain Bogdan Obradovic. “We showed to be the best,” said a very happy new champion driver.