Davis Cup - France braced for Serbian fightback
France captain Guy Forget is taking nothing for granted against Serbia despite his side going into Sunday's decisive Davis Cup final singles rubbers against the hosts with a 2-1 lead.
"We're up 2-1, but it's far from over," Forget said. "I mean Serbia were down 2-1 in the semis against the Czech Republic.
"I guess probably the captain is going to tell Novak and his boys tonight that the same thing could happen again, and it could very well do. At the moment we are on plan though."
Djokovic must beat Monfils to keep the final alive and it has all the makings of a great match, according to Forget.
"My concern is to get Gael fit and motivated for tomorrow," he told reporters. "Gael is ready for his first match against Novak. I think that is going to be an unbelievable match because both of them are playing really well.
"They're great competitors. Both of them are pretty fresh because they haven't played doubles."
"We are ready to fight tomorrow," Serbia captain Bogdan Obradovic said. "We have two more matches, and we will give our best effort tomorrow. We will try to win."