Davis Cup Finals: The Results

The Davis Cup Finals already have an edition (2019 with Spain champion) although in this multi-venue format it is their absolute debut. Madrid (Spain), Innsbruck (Austria) and Turin (Italy) host the best as of Thursday, November 25, defending the colors of its flag.

The game system contemplates clashes of two singles and one of doubles. The first match is played by the second-place players of each team. The second match for the former and the doubles match follows the singles matches. Nominations can be announced one hour before the tie begins.

Madrid is host to two quarterfinals; Innsbruck and Turin, one each. While the semis and final are held in the Spanish capital.

Meanwhile, by 2022, The Davis Cup Finals will become a 16-team competition. Both finalists in 2021 will automatically qualify and the remaining 16 teams from this year’s Finals will join 10 nations from World Group I in the 2022 Qualifiers. From that group of 26 nations, two will be selected as guests leaving 24 nations competing in the Qualifiers in March next year.



Group A – MADRID
11/26 Spain vs. Ecuador
11/27 Russia vs. Ecuador
11/28 Spain vs. Russia

Group B – MADRID
11/25 Sweden 3 -0 Canada
Elias Ymer (SWE) to Steven Diez (CAN) by 6-4 and 6-2
Mikael Ymer (SWE) to Vasek Pospisil (CAN) by 6-4 and 6-4
Andre Goransson and Robert Lindstedt (SWE) to Vasek Pospisil and Brayden Schnur (CAN) by 7-6 (5) and 6-4

11/27 Kazakhstan vs. Sweden
11/28 Canada vs. Kazakhstan

11/25 France 2-1 Czech Republic
Tomas Machac (CZE) to Richard Gasquet (FRA) by 7-6 (3) and 6-2
Adrian Mannarino (FRA) to Jiri Vesely (CZE) by 6-7 (1), 6-4 and 6-2
Pierre Hugues Herbert and Nicolás Mahut (FRA) to Tomas Machac and Jiri Lehecka (CZE) by 3-6, 6-4 and 6-3

11/27 France vs. Britain
11/28 Great Britain vs. Czech Republic

Group D – TURIN
11/25 Croatia 3-0 Australia
Borna Gojo (CRO) to Alexei Popyrin (AUS) by 7-6 (5) and 7-5
Marin Cilic (CRO) to Alex De Miñaur (AUS) by 6-1, 5-7 and 6-4
Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic (CRO) to John Peers and Alex de Miñaur (AUS) by 6-3 and 6-1

11/27 Australia vs. Hungary
11/28 Croatia vs. Hungary

Group E – TURIN
11/26 United States vs. Italy
11/27 Italy vs. Colombia
11/28 United States vs. Colombia

11/26 Serbia vs. Austria
11/27 Serbia vs. Germany
11/28 Germany vs. Austria

Monday 29 November – TURIN
Winner Group D vs. Winner Group E

Tuesday 30 November – INNSBRUCK
Winner Group C vs. Winner Group F

Wednesday 1 December – MADRID
Group B winner vs. Best second 1 or 2

Thursday 2 December – MADRID
Winner Group A vs. Best second 1 or 2


Friday December 3
Semifinalist bottom of the table vs. Semifinalist bottom of the table

Saturday 4 December
Semifinalist top of the box vs. Semifinalist top of the table

Sunday 5 December
Winners of the semifinals

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