Competition draw

Competition draw

Surface: Hard Court

Twenty-four teams competed in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Qualifiers the 6–7 March 2020, with the ties played under a home-and-away format. The 12 winning nations advanced to the Finals 2021 where they will be joined by the four semi-finalists from the Finals 2019 (Spain, Canada, Great Britain and Russia) as well as two wild cards (France and Serbia).

Teams qualified for the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2021

Spain (current title holder), Canada, Great Britain, Russian Tennis Federation, France, Serbia, Australia, Ecuador, Kazakhstan, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Germany, Sweden, Austria, Colombia, Czech Republic, United States.

All Qualifiers info and results, here.

Groups for the Group Stage phase after the official draw ceremony:

The six group winners and two best-performing group runners-up will advance to the knockout phase of the competition.

 The Austrian city of Innsbruck and Italian city of Turin have been selected to host the Finals alongside Madrid after submitting successful bids. Each city will host two of the six groups, with Madrid staging two quarter-finals, and Innsbruck and Turin one quarter-final each. The Spanish capital will also host the semi-finals and final.

Matches in Madrid will be staged at the Madrid Arena in the Casa de Campo, while Innsbruck's Olympia-Halle and the Pala Alpitour Arena in Turin are the other two venues. 

Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2020 Official draw

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