In the 2019 Finals, Canada not only amazed its players and fans by reaching the final, but also marked a historical milestone by getting to that round for the first time. The exceptional mix of youth and experience in the team surely makes them title contenders for 2020. They will be in Group B alongside Kazakhstan and Sweden.
- Canada now has a solid base as a team, rejuvenated with the power and talent of youngsters Denis Shapolavov (21) and Felix-Auger Aliassime (20), and supported by the versatility and experience of Milos Raonic and Vasek Pospisil.
- Shapolavov and Aliassime are among the great young promises of the international circuit, not only for their talent but their charisma too. Both have established themselves in the world top 20 after just two seasons as professionals.
- Vasek Pospisil proved himself to be an enormously valuable player in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2019, being a top choice of his captain in both singles and doubles, starring throughout the week of competition.
- The Canadian captaincy is occupied by Frank Dancevic, until just two years ago an active player who ranked in the world top 100 in 2006, 2007 and 2008. At 35 years of age he is one of the youngest Davis Cup captains.
- Before making the final in 2019, Canada's best result in the Davis Cup had been the semi-finals in 1913 and 2013.