22–28 November 2021 – Madrid (Spain)

All the information on the Finals competition format

The 2020 Finals will now take place the week commencing 22 November 2021 and will be named the 2021 Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals. The 2021 Finals will feature the 18 teams due to compete in the 2020 Finals.

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The Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals will take place over the course of one week.

18 teams will compete in a group stage of six groups of three teams. The six group winners plus the two runner-up teams with the best record based on sets won and games won will qualify for the quarter-finals.

Ties contested at the Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals will consist of two singles matches and one doubles match, all played on one day.

The teams

Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid FInals

Date: 22–28 November 2021

(* the 2020 Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals will be postponed until 2021)

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Twenty-four teams competed in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Qualifiers this 6–7 March, 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, Russia, 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:

Quarter-finals draw

Winner Group A vs. Best runner-up 1 or 2

Winner Group C vs. Winner Group F

Winner Group E vs. Winner Group D

Winner Group B vs. Best runner-up 1 or 2

Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2020 Official draw

*The 2020 Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals will be postponed until 2021, and named the 2021 Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals

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