The Czech team has a long tennis history and following their absence from the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2019, they made it through the Qualifiers this time round and will be in action in Group C. They will be joined in the fight for a place in the quarter-finals by two other famous tennis nations: France and Great Britain.
- Following the retirement of world top-10 players Radek Stepanek and Tomas Berdych, the Czech Republic is developing a new generation to keep them at the top of the sport.
- Their current No.1 is 28-year-old Jiri Vesely. In 2015, he reached his highest ranking (35) and as well as holding two senior titles he has already played in multiple Davis Cup matches, including the semi-finals in 2013 and 2014. Other Czech players include the experienced former world No.26 Lukas Rosol and the young Jiri Lehecka.
- The Czech Republic beat Slovakia in this year's Qualifiers. It was the first time the two countries had met and the Czechs managed a 3-1 win in Bratislava thanks to victories in their singles matches for Vesely and Rosol.
- Jaroslav Navratil has been team captain since 2006.
- The Czech Republic has won the Davis Cup three times: in 1980 (as Czechoslovakia), in 2012 and in 2013.