By Ros Satar at the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid

  • The first iteration of the new format of the Davis Cup Finals closes out the season
  • One week, 18 countries, one country as world champion
  • How to watch & follow the Davis Cup Finals
MADRID, SPAIN – It is finally here – love it or loathe it the new Davis Cup Finals is format is here and we are going to try and break it all down for you!

 

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When do the Davis Cup Finals take place?

The Davis Cup Finals will take place at the Caja Magica in Madrid, between 18-24 November.

The group matches take place from Monday 18 to Thursday 21 November, with the quarter-finals on Friday 22, Semi-finals on Saturday 23, and the finals on Sunday 24 November.

 

Which countries are competing

Group A France Japan Serbia
Group B Croatia Russia Spain
Group C Argentina Chile Germany
Group D Belgium Colombia Australia
Group E Kazakhstan Netherlands Great Britain
Group F Italy Canada United States

 

How does it all work?

In the group stages, each team in each group will play each other in best-of-three ties involving two singles and a doubles rubber to be played on the same day.

Teams with the most points will win each of the six groups and the two best-scoring second place teams will join them in the quarter-finals.

Those eight teams will be drawn in pairs for a knockout stage to the semi-finals and final.

 

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Davis Cup Schedule

Date Morning Afternoon
Monday 18 November   From 3pm GMT

Croatia v Russia

Belgium v Colombia

Italy v Canada

Tuesday 19 November From 10am GMT

France v Japan

Argentina v Chile

Kazakhstan v Netherlands

From 5pm GMT

Spain v Russia

Australia v Colombia

USA v Canada

Wednesday 20 November From 10am GMT

Serbia v Japan

Argentina v Germany

GB v Netherlands

From 5pm GMT

Croatia v Spain

Belgium v Australia

USA v Italy

Thursday 21 November From 10am GMT

France v Serbia

Germany v Chile

GB v Kazakhstan

Quarter-finals TBC
Friday 22 November Quarter-finals TBC
Saturday 23 November Semi-finals TBC
Sunday 24 November Final TBC

 

How to watch the Davis Cup Finals

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Monday 18 November 3pm – 9pm
  Tuesday 19-Saturday 23 November 10am – 11pm
  Sunday 24 November 3pm – 9pm

 

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