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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Tito Vazquez
Argentina's captain is upset that the team rest day was disturbed by early morning doping tests before the Davis Cup final against Spain.
Argentina decided to hold back David Nalbandian, choosing Juan Monaco against Rafael Nadal in the opening singles of the Davis Cup final.
Argentina is already putting the pressure on Spain, calling the defending champions the favorites on home soil in the Davis Cup final.
Rafael Nadal will lead Spain in the Davis Cup final against Argentina, which will count on Juan Martin del Potro and David Nalbandian to lead the South Americans to a first title in their fourth attempt.
"We knew (Del Potro) was the best chance to give Argentina one point, and he was very close so we're disappointed," Argentina captain Tito Vazquez said.
"It's a shame since it was a rest day and we didn't get to rest," Vazquez said. "It didn't seem very appropriate. They could have done it the day before at another moment, but unfortunately that's not up to us to decide."