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Davis Cup: Date, time, live stream, TV channel, teams and schedule for the Finals

, Davis Cup: Date, time, live stream, TV channel, teams and schedule for the Finals

DAVIS CUP has had a complete makeover with the year-long tournament squeezed into just a week.

Following International Tennis Federation’s partnership with Kosmos – a group co-founded by Barcelona footballer Gerard Pique – the competition will see 18 nations battle it out for the title.

Andy Murray and co are back in the Davis Cup for Great Britain as they eye their first title since 2015 in a new-look format

Great Britain earned their place in the tournament thanks to a wild card pick, with reigning champions Croatia and the other three 2018 semi-finalists guaranteeing their place.

In previous years, the Davis Cup has seen matches battled out in one of the competing countries – but this time around, Caja Magica, home of the Madrid Open in Spain, will host the Finals.

When is Davis Cup Finals?

The Davis Cup Finals will run from Monday, November 18 to the grand finale on Sunday, November 24.

Teams have been divided into six groups of three, with matches including three ties – two singles and a doubles clash.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

UK viewers will be able to watch the majority of the tournament, with Eurosport 1 showing every Great Britain tie.

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This is available with this channel available from the Virgin Media Bigger bundle and Sky’s basic package.

You can also live stream via the Eurosport Player from 4.99 a month or 39.99 for the year.

What teams have qualified?

Along with the four semi-finalists from last year, there were two wild card entries permitted.

Beyond that, the remaining 12 nations battled out in a qualifying round to determine who were reach the Finals.

The 18 teams competing are:

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Croatia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Netherlands
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Spain
  • USA

What is the match schedule?

GROUP A

Tuesday, November 19:France vs Japan

Wednesday, November 20:Serbia vs Japan

Thursday, November 21:France vs Serbia

GROUP B

Monday, November 18:Croatia vs Russia

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Tuesday, November 19:Spain vs Russia

Wednesday, November 20:Croatia vs Spain

GROUP C

Tuesday, November 19:Argentina vs Chile

Wednesday, November 20:Argentina vs Germany

Thursday, November 21:Germany vs Chile

GROUP D

Monday, November 18: Belgium vs Colombia

Tuesday, November 19:Australia vs Colomobia

Wednesday, November 20:Belgium vs Australia

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GROUP E

Tuesday, November 19:Kazakhstan vs Netherlands

Wednesday, November 20:Great Britain vs Netherlands

Thursday, November 21:Great Britain vs Kazakhstan

GROUP F

Monday, November 18:Italy vs Canada

Tuesday, November 19:USA vs Canada

Wednesday, November 20:USA vs Italy

KNOCKOUT STAGES

Thursday, November 21:Quarter-final 2: Winner Group D vs Winner Group F

Friday, November 22:Quarter-final 1: Winner Group A vs Best/Second best runner-up

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Friday, November 22:Quarter-final 3: Winner Group E vs Winner Group C

Friday, November 22:Quarter-final 4: Best/Second best runner-up vs Winner Group B

Saturday, November 23:Semi-final 1: Winner QF1 vs Winner QF2

Saturday, November 23:Semi-final 2: Winner QF3 vs Winner QF4

Sunday, November 24:Final: Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2

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