2019 Davis Cup By BNP Paribas Finals
To be held 18-24 November at La Caja Magica in Madrid, the new-look Davis Cup Finals will feature 18 nations, including 2018 champion Croatia. It will take place in a group-stage format over the first four days, with the countries divided into six groups of three teams. Each tie will consist of three matches – two singles and one doubles – of best-of-three sets. The six group winners and the two second-placed teams with the best records will qualify for the knock-out quarter-finals. The semi-finals and finals will be held on Saturday and Sunday.
The six seeded nations for the Finals, who will be drawn into position 1 across Groups A-F, are:
France (1), Croatia (2), Argentina (3), Belgium (4), Great Britain (5), USA (6)
The remaining nations are ranked 7 to 18 in accordance with their Davis Cup Ranking:
Spain (7), Serbia (8), Australia (9), Italy (10), Germany (11), Kazakhstan (12), Canada (13), Japan (14), Colombia (15), Netherlands (16), Russia (17), Chile (18)
Nations ranked from 7 to 12 will be drawn randomly into Groups A-F taking position 2 in such group. Nations ranked 13 to 18 will be drawn randomly into Groups A-F, taking position 3 in such group.
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