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2019 Davis Cup Finals
2019 Davis Cup Finals
Date18-24 November 2019
Edition1st
SurfaceHard indoor
LocationMadrid, Spain
VenueCaja Mágica
Champions

Spain
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The Finals, formerly known as World Group, was the highest level of Davis Cup competition in 2019. It was held on indoor hard courts at the Caja Mágica in Madrid, Spain from 18 until 24 November.[1] The ties were contested in a best-of-three rubbers format and were played on one day. There were two singles followed by a doubles.[2]

Croatia were the defending champions, but were eliminated during the round robin stage.

Spain won the title, defeating Canada in the final, 2-0. It was the Spanish team's first Davis Cup title since 2011 and their sixth Davis Cup title overall. Rafael Nadal was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament after winning all eight of his matches.[3]

Participating teams

18 nations took part in the Finals.[4]

The qualification were as follows:

Overview

H = Host Nation, TH = Title Holder, WC = Wild Card

Seeds

The seedings were based on the Davis Cup Ranking of 4 February. The top six nations were seeded and drawn into position 1 across groups A-F, the nations ranked from 7 to 12 were drawn randomly into position 2, the remaining nations were drawn randomly into position 3.[5]

  1.  France (Round robin)
  2.  Croatia (Round robin)
  3.  Argentina (Quarterfinals)
  4.  Belgium (Round robin)
  5.  Great Britain (Semifinals)
  6.  United States (Round robin)
  7.  Spain (Champion)
  8.  Serbia (Quarterfinals)
  9.  Australia (Quarterfinals)
  10.  Italy (Round robin)
  11.  Germany (Quarterfinals)
  12.  Kazakhstan (Round robin)
  13.  Canada (Final)
  14.  Japan (Round robin)
  15.  Colombia (Round robin)
  16.  Netherlands (Round robin)
  17.  Russia (Semifinals)
  18.  Chile (Round robin)

Team nominations

Each nation had to submit a team of up to five players at least 20 days before the Monday of the week of the event.[6] If a player became injured or ill severely enough to prevent his participation in the tournament before his team's first match, he would be replaced by another player.[7]

Format

The 18 teams are divided in six round robin groups of three teams each. The six group winners plus the two second-placed teams with the best records based on percentage of matches won (followed by percentage of sets won and then percentage of games won), will qualify for the quarterfinals.[7]

Day Round Number of teams
18-21 November (Monday-Thursday) Round robin 18 (6 groups of 3 teams)
21-22 November (Thursday-Friday) Quarterfinals 8 (6 group winners + 2 best second place)
23 November (Saturday) Semifinals 4 (automatically qualified for 2020 Davis Cup Finals)
24 November (Sunday) Final 2

Group stage

Qualified for the Knockout stage

Overview

T = Ties, M = Matches, S = Sets

Group A

France vs. Japan


France
2
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
19 November 2019[8]

Japan
1

Serbia vs. Japan


Serbia
3
Estadio Manolo Santana
20 November 2019[9]

Japan
0

France vs. Serbia


France
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
21 November 2019[10]

Serbia
2

Group B

Croatia vs. Russia


Croatia
0
Estadio Manolo Santana
18 November 2019[11]

Russia
3
1 2 3
1 Croatia
Russia
Borna Gojo
Andrey Rublev
3
6
3
6
   
2 Croatia
Russia
Borna ?ori?
Karen Khachanov
77
64
4
6
4
6
 
3 Croatia
Russia
Ivan Dodig / Nikola Mekti?
Karen Khachanov / Andrey Rublev
63
77
4
6
   

Spain vs. Russia


Spain
2
Estadio Manolo Santana
19 November 2019[12]

Russia
1

Croatia vs. Spain


Croatia
0
Estadio Manolo Santana
20 November 2019[13]

Spain
3

Group C

Argentina vs. Chile


Argentina
3
Estadio Manolo Santana
19 November 2019[14]

Chile
0

Argentina vs. Germany


Argentina
0
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
20 November 2019[15]

Germany
3

Germany vs. Chile


Germany
2
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
21 November 2019[16]

Chile
1

Group D

Belgium vs. Colombia


Belgium
2
Estadio 3
18 November 2019[17]

Colombia
1

Australia vs. Colombia


Australia
3
Estadio 3
19 November 2019[18]

Colombia
0

Belgium vs. Australia


Belgium
1
Estadio 3
20 November 2019[19]

Australia
2
1 2 3
1 Belgium
Australia
Steve Darcis
Nick Kyrgios
2
6
69
711
   
2 Belgium
Australia
David Goffin
Alex de Minaur
0
6
64
77
   
3 Belgium
Australia
Sander Gillé / Joran Vliegen
John Peers / Jordan Thompson
0
1
     
retired

Note: Gillé/Vliegen's retirement victory over Peers/Thompson counted as a 6-1, 6-0 win.

Group E

Kazakhstan vs. Netherlands

Great Britain vs. Netherlands


Great Britain
2
Estadio 3
20 November 2019[21]

Netherlands
1
1 2 3
1 United Kingdom
Netherlands
Andy Murray
Tallon Griekspoor
67
79
6
4
77
65
 
2 United Kingdom
Netherlands
Dan Evans
Robin Haase
6
3
65
77
4
6
 
3 United Kingdom
Netherlands
Jamie Murray / Neal Skupski
Wesley Koolhof / Jean-Julien Rojer
6
4
78
66
   

Great Britain vs. Kazakhstan


Great Britain
2
Estadio 3
21 November 2019[22]

Kazakhstan
1

Group F

Italy vs. Canada


Italy
1
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
18 November 2019[23]

Canada
2

United States vs. Canada


United States
1
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
19 November 2019[24]

Canada
2

Note: Querrey/Sock's walkover victory over Pospisil/Shapovalov counted as a 6-0, 6-0 win.

United States vs. Italy


United States
2
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
20 November 2019[25]

Italy
1
1 2 3
1 United States
Italy
Reilly Opelka
Fabio Fognini
4
6
77
64
3
6
 
2 United States
Italy
Taylor Fritz
Matteo Berrettini
5
7
77
65
6
2
 
3 United States
Italy
Sam Querrey / Jack Sock
Simone Bolelli / Fabio Fognini
64
77
77
62
6
4
 

Knockout stage

Bracket

  Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Final
                           
  22 November
  8   Serbia 1  
  17   Russia 2     23 November
    17   Russia 1  
  21 November   13   Canada 2  
  9   Australia 1
  13   Canada 2     24 November
    13   Canada 0
  22 November     7   Spain 2
  5   Great Britain 2  
  11   Germany 0     23 November
    5   Great Britain 1
  22 November   7   Spain 2  
  3   Argentina 1
  7   Spain 2  

Quarterfinals

Australia vs. Canada


Australia
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
21 November 2019[26]

Canada
2

Serbia vs. Russia


Serbia
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
22 November 2019[27]

Russia
2

Great Britain vs. Germany


Great Britain
2
Estadio Arantxa Sánchez Vicario
22 November 2019[28]

Germany
0
1 2 3
1 United Kingdom
Germany
Kyle Edmund
Philipp Kohlschreiber
6
3
7
5
   
2 United Kingdom
Germany
Dan Evans
Jan-Lennard Struff
78
66
3
6
77
62
 
3 United Kingdom
Germany
Jamie Murray / Neal Skupski
Kevin Krawietz / Andreas Mies
      not
played

Argentina vs. Spain


Argentina
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
22 November 2019[29]

Spain
2

Semifinals

Russia vs. Canada


Russia
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
23 November 2019[30][31]

Canada
2

Great Britain vs. Spain


Great Britain
1
Estadio Manolo Santana
23 November 2019[32]

Spain
2
1 2 3
1 United Kingdom
Spain
Kyle Edmund
Feliciano López
6
3
77
63
   
2 United Kingdom
Spain
Dan Evans
Rafael Nadal
4
6
0
6
   
3 United Kingdom
Spain
Jamie Murray / Neal Skupski
Feliciano López / Rafael Nadal
63
77
68
710
   

Final

Canada vs. Spain


Canada
0
Estadio Manolo Santana
24 November 2019[33][3]

Spain
2

References

  1. ^ "Inaugural Davis Cup finals to be staged on 18-24 November". Daviscup.com. 17 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Davis Cup Format". Daviscup.com. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ a b "Spain see off Canada to seal Davis Cup win and delight home fans". Guardian. 24 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ "Line-up set for 2019 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Finals". Daviscup.com. 2 February 2019.
  5. ^ "Seeds announced for Davis Cup Finals". Daviscup.com. 4 February 2019.
  6. ^ "Teams Announced for 2019 Davis Cup Finals". International Tennis Federation. 22 October 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  7. ^ a b "2019 ITF Davis Cup Regulations" (PDF). International Tennis Federation. Retrieved 2019.
  8. ^ "France v Japan". DavisCup.com.
  9. ^ "Serbia v Japan". DavisCup.com.
  10. ^ "France v Serbia". DavisCup.com.
  11. ^ "Croatia v Russia". DavisCup.com.
  12. ^ "Spain v Russia". DavisCup.com.
  13. ^ "Croatia v Spain". DavisCup.com.
  14. ^ "Argentina v Chile". DavisCup.com.
  15. ^ "Argentina v Germany". DavisCup.com.
  16. ^ "Germany v Chile". DavisCup.com.
  17. ^ "Belgium v Colombia". DavisCup.com.
  18. ^ "Australia v Colombia". DavisCup.com.
  19. ^ "Belgium v Australia". DavisCup.com.
  20. ^ "Kazakhstan v Netherlands". DavisCup.com.
  21. ^ "Great Britain v Netherlands". DavisCup.com.
  22. ^ "Great Britain v Kazakhstan". DavisCup.com.
  23. ^ "Italy v Canada". DavisCup.com.
  24. ^ "United States v Canada". DavisCup.com.
  25. ^ "United States v Italy". DavisCup.com.
  26. ^ "Australia v Canada". DavisCup.com.
  27. ^ "Serbia v Russia". DavisCup.com.
  28. ^ "Great Britain v Germany". DavisCup.com.
  29. ^ "Argentina v Spain". DavisCup.com.
  30. ^ "Russia v Canada". DavisCup.com.
  31. ^ "Canada clinches historic championship berth at Davis Cup Finals". CBC Sports. 23 November 2019. Retrieved 2019.
  32. ^ "Great Britain v Spain". DavisCup.com.
  33. ^ "Canada v Spain". DavisCup.com.

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