Bermuda’s Junior Davis Cup Team of Trey Mallory, Tariq Simons and Scott Redmond won their opening game in El Salvador.
These young players who have been playing for a number of years in Bermuda will grab headlines now that they are outside of Bermuda.
Bermuda is in group E and has drawn Puerto Rico and Jamaica in their pool.
Bermuda took on Jamaica who went down 2 – 1 to Puerto Rico yesterday, defeating them 2 - 1, one of the first times Bermuda has defeated Jamaica at this Age Group in a number of years.
In Game One Simons went down in straight sets in the number two Singles spot against Jamaica’s John Azar.
Azar won the first set 6-3, before closing out the match winning the second set 6-4.
Mallory would draw the match level at 1 – 1, when he defeated Damani Cain in straight sets 6-2, 6-3.
The match will be decided in the Doubles with Mallory and Redmond taking on Azar and Cain.
In the Doubles it would need a third set tiebreaker, Mallory and Redmond won the first set 6 - 0, but Azar and Cain would fight back and win the second set 6 - 4, sending the game to a third set decider.
In that third set Mallory and Redmond recorded the victory winning 10 - 5.
Bermuda will take on Puerto Rico in the Division decider tomorrow Wednesday March 29th.