The 'Armada' are through to Davis Cup quarter finals but it wasn't plain sailing

The Spanish team on Sunday.
The Spanish team on Sunday. / J-L
  • GB's tireless Cameron Norrie put up a fight against Albert Ramos, who made it 4-2 for Spain at the Puente Romano on Sunday

Spain are in the quarter finals of the Davis Cup, after winning the fourth game in the first round against Great Britain this weekend at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella on Sunday.

An excellent Cameron Norrie made Albert Ramos fight harder for his victory than expected, however, taking him to four sets in three hours and 45 minutes 7-6, 2-6, 7-6, 6-2.

Norrie repeated the brilliant game he had already demonstrated on Friday when he beat Bautista in five sets in a surprise defeat for Spain.

Now Spain face Germany in the quarter finals in April.