New edition of Davis Cup All teams will have one goal: to be among the top eight. From Tuesday the 12th to Sunday the 17th of this month, the 16 countries will face each other in four stadiums: Bologna, Manchester, Valencia and Split.This is in order to qualify for the finals of the competition, which will be held from November 21 to 26 at the Martin Carpena Sports Palace in Malaga, Spain, for the second year in a row. The latest champion is Canada, who beat Australia 2-0.
Nol yes, Alcaraz no
After winning the US Open, Djokovic will compete in the Davis Cup. Evie
After becoming champion of the US Open and achieving his twenty-fourth Grand Slam title, Novak DjokovicHe announced that he will be part of the Serbia national teamWhich makes her one of the top candidates to advance to the next stage. Then he will skip the entire Asian tour. On the other hand, after losing in the semi-finals of the US Open, Carlos Alcaraz confirmed that he will not be with Spain to play the cup. The Davis Cup is not just about standings and individual duels, so upsets should not be ruled out.
Davis Cup format: groups and places
The 16 teams are divided into four groups, competing in different locations with the aim of obtaining a pass to the championship race. The top two teams from each region advance to the finals.
Group A (Headquarters: Bologna, Italy)
Canada, the last champion. Reuters
Canada: Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil, Gabriel Diallo, and Alexis Galarneau
Italy: Lorenzo Musetti, Lorenzo Sonego, Matteo Arnaldi, Andrea Vavasori, Simone Bolelli
Sweden: Elias Ymer, Dragos Madaras, Leo Borg, Filip Bergevi and Andre Göransson
Chile: Nicolas Jarí, Cristian Jarín, Alejandro Tabello, Tomás Barrios Vera, Gonzalo Lama