Guatemala battled hard but were ultimately undone by Mexico in a tie that went all the way to a fifth rubber in Guatemala City. Mexican No. 1 Miguel-Angel Reyes-Varela got things off to a good start for his team, losing just five games in a straight sets win. Christopher Diaz-Figueroa levelled the tie, with a straight sets victory for himself, but he was unable pull off a similar feat in the doubles as he and Sebastien Vidal went down to Reyes-Varela and Mexico's hugely experienced doubles specialist Santiago Gonzalez. The Guatemalan No. 1 did manage a singles win to keep the tie alive going into the final rubber, but Miguel Gallardo-Valles, playing in his first match of the weekend, crushed Guatemalan hopes with an emphatic 61 60 61 victory over Luciano Ramazzini to send Mexico through to the next round.