Davis Cup Qualifiers: Draw, Dates, History and Everything You Need to Know | ATP tour

Twenty-four nations will begin their quest for the 2023 Davis Cup Finals title this week when 12 qualifiers are played around the world from February 3-5.

Cameron Nouri And Daniel Evans He’ll try to deliver the result for Great Britain in their clash against Colombia, stared by #NextGenATP Jack Draper And the top 5 double pairs Neil Skupsky And Joe Salisbury Assemble the team.

Croatia reached the final of the tournament in 2021, and the semi-finals last year. They are in full force again for their tie with Austria, with the singles stars Marin Cilic And Borna Couric The duo doubles Nikola Mektic And Matty Pavic at work. Formerly World No. 3 Dominic Tim He will lead Austria’s hopes in his first Davis Cup appearance since 2019.

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Tommy PaulAnd Mackenzie MacDonaldAnd Rajeev Ram And Austin Krajesek The USA team is strong, having tied Uzbekistan twice Nitto ATP Finals a hero Alexander Zverev Headlines for Germany against neighbors Switzerland.

2022 Next Generation ATP Finals Second place Jerry Lechka Representing the Czech Republic, while David Goffin Belgium leads its hopes. The Czech Republic faces Portugal and Belgium plays South Korea.

Here’s what you need to know about the 2023 Davis Cup: what’s the schedule, where to watch, countries playing and more.

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When and where is the file Davis Cup Qualifiers?

2023 Davis Cup Qualifiers From Friday, February 3 to Sunday, February 5, 12 matches take place around the world. The Davis Cup Finals group stage will take place from September 12-17 with the Davis Cup Finals from November 21-26.

Who will play in the 2023 Davis Cup?

The 12 winners from the qualifiers will advance to the group stage in September, which will be held at four venues in Spain. The 12 winners will join 2022 champions Canada, 2022 runners-up Australia, Italy and Spain in the group stage. From the group stage, eight teams will advance to the finals in November in Malaga.

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How does Davis Cup 2023 work?

Relationship coordination: All qualifying ties will consist of four singles and one doubles matches, with all matches played as best of three tiebreaker matches. There will be two singles and one double on the first day and two singles on the second day. The winner is the nation that wins 3 or more matches.

The 12 losing teams in the World Group I qualifiers will compete on September 16-17, along with the winners of the World Group I qualifiers this week.

Who won the 2022 Davis Cup?

Canada d. Australia 2-0
Canada defeated Australia in the final, by Denis Shapovalov Projection Thansi Kokkinakis 6-2, 6-4 from before Felix Auger-Aliassime Grab a tie, beat Alex de Minor 6-3, 6-4. Read more.

What is the match schedule? How can I watch?

Play order | TV schedule

Eligible relationships

Croatia vs Australia, held on February 4-5 in Croatia
Hungary vs France, held on February 3-4 in Hungary
Uzbekistan vs. the United States, which was held on February 4-5 in Uzbekistan
Germany vs. Switzerland, held on February 3-4 in Germany
Columbia v. Great Britain, held from February 3-4 in Columbia
Norway vs Serbia, held on February 3-4 in Norway
Chile vs. Kazakhstan, held on February 4-5 in Chile
Republic of Korea vs. Belgium, held on February 4-5 in South Korea.
Sweden vs Bosnia and Herzegovina, held from February 3 to 4 in Sweden
Netherlands vs Slovakia, held on February 4-5 in the Netherlands
Finland vs. Argentina, held on February 4-5 in Finland
Portugal vs. Czech Republic, held from February 4-5 in Portugal

Who holds the Davis Cup record for most titles, most wins, and most?

Most titles: United States (32)
Most match wins: Nicola Pietrangeli (78)
Last home champion: Spain in 2019

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