Novak Djokovic secures victory
Novak Djokovic, the 24-time Grand Slam champion, defeated Cameron Norrie 6-4 6-4 in the Davis Cup quarter-final tie in Malaga, sealing a win for his country and eliminating Great Britain from the World Cup of Tennis.
Djokovic's dominance in Davis Cup
Djokovic, who has not lost a Davis Cup singles rubber in 12 years, silenced the 5,000 British fans in the arena, including the drum-banging 'Murraynators', with his fourth straight win over Norrie. He has only lost once to a player with a Union flag on their chest in the past seven years.
Desire to win team event
Djokovic, despite a grueling season where he claimed three of the four Slams, is determined to win this team event for the second time in his career.
Angry outburst towards fans
In an on-court interview, Djokovic expressed his frustration towards some rowdy fans, telling them to "shut up" and learn to respect players.
Questions about the future of British skipper
With Great Britain's exit from the Davis Cup, questions may arise about the future of skipper Leon Smith, who oversaw their last-eight exits since winning the trophy in 2015.
Upcoming challenges for Great Britain
Unless Great Britain is granted a group-stage wildcard for next September, they will have to negotiate a playoff in February, immediately after the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Italy and Finland progress
In the last four, Serbia will face Italy, who defeated Holland, while Australia and surprise packages Finland will face off in Friday's contest.
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