That's just what Courier did in the previous round, when the shoe was on the other foot and the USA led Switzerland (without the services of Roger Federer or Stan Wawrinka) 2-0.
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"And whatever we think collectively is going to help us have the best chances is what everyone signed up for".
The decision looked poised to backfire as Peers and Groth raced out of the blocks to win the first set in just 27 minutes, and they looked good value to continue their positive Davis Cup run after previous doubles wins against the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
"We've been here before", Courier said after unheralded Jordan Thompson and Nick Kyrgios combined to give the Aussies their Day 1 lead.
10sBalls Top Stories In Case You Missed It The United States and Australia will be facing each other in the Davis Cup competition for the second time in as many years when they meet again during quarterfinal action this week. "We've been up 2-0 and ended up losing, and we've rallied, so we know that it takes three". Peers was broken and the tie was kept alive going into Sunday.
The win on a hard court at Brisbane's Pat Rafter Arena reduced Australia's advantage to 2-1 ahead of Sunday's reverse singles.
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The pace, understandably, slackened after half-time, but the game remained remarkably open with chances at either end. Replays showed De Roon was clearly standing in an offside position when he headed the ball past Eldin Jakupovic.
Australia' s Nick Kyrgios played John Isner in the second match of the series, and dominated, winning in straight sets over the American, now ranked 23 in the world.
Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt, right, celebrates with Jordan Thompson of Australia after he won over Jack Sock of the U.S.at the Davis Cup World Group Quarterfinal in Brisbane, Australia, Friday, April 7, 2017. I'm still very emotional out there, I still challenge the umpire, I still say what I think, I still throw my racquet, I still swear.
"Just playing within myself, not trying to go too big", Thompson said post-match.
The win by Thompson, 22, set the Americans, the pre-tie betting favourites, back on their heels ahead of the clash between Australian Nick Kyrgios and American John Isner.
"At the end he came up with some pretty unbelievable shots to come up in three".
The hosts got the crowd back into the game when a rasping Groth forehand return down the line gave Australia a decisive break for 4-2 in the fourth but the Americans would not be denied and muscled up to claim the decider.