The Davis Cup 2019 is the 108th edition of the historic international tennis tournament where the elite men of tennis will represent their nation. For the 2019 edition, the format of the cup has been revamped. The Davis Cup finals will take place in Madrid in November 2019 – where 18 nations will take part in the finals, formerly known as World Group.
Davis Cup Format
The main modification is the World Group taking place at one location and in one week, with eighteen nations divided into six round-robin groups of three teams each, with the winners of the groups and the two best second places advancing to quarterfinals.
The match-up between these teams in this stage will feature two singles matches and one doubles match and instead of the best-of-5 sets, the matches will be decided in best-of-3 sets.
Davis Cup 2019 Schedule
The event will take place from 18th November 2019 and will conclude on 24th November 2019 and it is scheduled to take place in Caja Majica in Madrid, Spain. The tournament will be played on hard courts.
Davis Cup 2019 Teams
- France – Gael Monfils, Benoit Paire, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, and Nicolas Mahut
- Spain – Rafael Nadal, Roberto Bautista Agut, Feliciano Lopez, Pablo Carreno, Marcel Granollers
- Great Britain – Andy Murray, Jamie Murray, Dan Evans, Neal Skupski
- Serbia – Novak Djokovic, Dusan Lajovic, Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsaravic
- Japan – Yoshihito Nishioka, Yasutaka Uchiyama, Taro Daniel, Yuichi Sugita
- Belgium – David Goffin, Kimmer Coppejeans, Sander Gille, Joran Vliegen, Steve Darcis
- Argentina – Diego Schwartzman, Guido Pella, Leo Mayer, Horacio Zeballos, Gaston Gaudio
- Chile – Nicolas Jarry Fillol, Cristian Garin, Alejandro Tabilo, Hans Podlipnik, Nicolas Massu, Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera
- Canada – Milos Raonic, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil
- Italy – Matteo Berrettini, Fabio Fognini, Andreas Seppi, Lorenzo Sonego, Simone Bolelli
- Russia – Daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov, Andrey Rublev, Evgeny Donskoy
- USA – Frances Tiafoe, Jack Sock, Reilly Opelka, Sam Querrey, Taylor Fritz, Mardy Fish
- Croatia – Marin Cilic, Borna Coric, Mate Pavić, Nikola Mektić, Ivan Dodig
- Germany – Jan-Lennard Struff, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Dominik Koepfer, Andreas Mies, Kevin Krawietz
- Kazakhstan – Alexander Bublik, Mikhail Kukushkin, Dmitry Popko, Aleksandr Nedovyesov, Andrey Golubev
- Australia – Alex de Minaur, Nick Kyrgios, John Millman, Jordan Thompson, John Peers
- Netherlands – Robin Haase, Tallon Griekspoor, Botic van de Zandschulp, Wesley Koolhof, Jean-Julien Rojer