The group stage will be played on a round-robin basis. This means each team will play the other teams in their group once. Each match will be played over a period of three days. The first two days will be for the singles matches, and the third day will be for the doubles match.
The group stage Davis Cup Finals will be played on a home-and-away basis. This means that each team will play two of their group matches at home and two of their group matches away. The home team will decide which city the match will be played in.
The 2022 Davis Cup Finals will begin with the group stage on Tuesday (September 13), with 16 nations competing for the title in matches contested across four sites. The 16 nations have been grouped into four groups of four teams, with each team playing the three other teams in their respective groups in a round-robin best-of-three format – two singles and one doubles match. Group A will play at Bologna (Italy), Group B in Valencia (Spain), Group C in Hamburg (Germany), and Group D in Glasgow from September 13 to 17. (Scotland). Russia, the reigning champions, qualified for the group stage but was later barred owing to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Serbia was picked as their substitute, while Canada and the United Kingdom were given wildcard participation. The top two after the group round will advance to the knockouts, which will be contested in Malaga, Spain, from November 22 to November 27.
● Unipol Arena, Bologna – Group A Matches
● Pavello Municipal Font de Sant Lluis, Valencia – Group B Matches
● Am Rothenbaum, Hamburg – Group C Matches
● Emirates Arena, Glasgow – Group D Matches
● Martin Carpena Arena – Knock Out Matches
Group A: Argentina, Croatia, Italy, Sweden
Group B: Canada, Serbia, South Korea, Spain
Group C: Australia, Belgium, France, Germany
Group D: Great Britain, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, USA
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Argentina’s Group A players are Diego Schwartzman, Francisco Cerundolo, Sebastian Baez, Horacio Zeballos, and Maximo Gonzalez. Guillermo Coria is the captain.
Borna Coric, Borna Gojo, Nino Serdarusic, Mate Pavic, and Nikola Mektic from Croatia. Vedran Martic is the captain.
Italy’s players include Jannik Sinner, Matteo Berrettini, Lorenzo Musetti, Fabio Fognini, and Simone Bolelli. Filippo Volandri is the captain.
Mikael Ymer, Elias Ymer, Dragos Nicolae Madaras, Jonathan Mridha, and Andre Goransson from Sweden. Johan Hedsberg is the captain.
Canada’s Group B players are Felix Auger-Aliassime, Vasek Pospisil, Alexis Galarneau, and Gabriel Diallo. Frank Dancevic is the captain.
Miomir Kecmanovic, Filip Krajinovic, Laslo Dere, Dusan Lajovic, and Nikola Cacic for Serbia. Viktor Troicki is the captain.
Kwon Soon-woo, Hong Seong-chan, Nam Ji-sung, and Song Min-kyu from South Korea. Seungkyu Park is the captain.
Carlos Alcaraz, Roberto Bautista Agut, Albert Ramos Vinolas, Pedro Martinez, and Marcel Granollers are all from Spain. Sergi Bruguera is the captain.
Alex de Minaur, Thanai Kokkinakis, Jason Jubler, Max Purcell, and Matt Ebden are the Australians in Group C. Lleyton Hewitt is the captain.
David Goffin, Zizou Bergs, Michael Geerts, Sander Gille, and Joran Vliegen from Belgium. Johan Van Herck is the captain.
Adrian Mannarino, Benjamin Bonzi, Arthur Rinderknech, Richard Gasquet, and Nicolas Mahut represent France. Sebastien Grosjean is the captain.
Germany’s lineup includes Yannick Hanfmann, Oscar Otte, Jan-Lennard Struff, Tim Putz, and Kevin Krawietz. Michael Kohlmann is the captain.
Cameron Norrie, Dan Evans, Andy Murray, Joe Salisbury, and Neal Skupski for the United Kingdom. Leon Smith is the captain.
Alexander Bublik, Mikhail Kukushkin, Dmitry Popko, Aleksandr Nedovyesov, and Andrey Golubev from Kazakhstan. Yuri Schukin is the captain.
Tallon Griekspoor, Tim van Rijthoven, Wesley Koolhof, and Matwe Middelkoop from the Netherlands. Paul Haarhuis is the captain.
Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul, Jack Sock, and Rajeev Ram represent the United States. Bob Bryan is the captain.
|September 13||Argentina vs. Sweden||A||Bologna|
|September 13||Canada vs. South Korea||B||Valencia|
|September 13||Belgium vs. Australia||C||Hamburg|
|September 13||Kazakhstan vs. the Netherlands||D||Glasgow|
|September 14||Croatia vs. Italy||A||Bologna|
|September 14||Spain vs. Serbia||B||Valencia|
|September 14||France vs. Germany||C||Hamburg|
|September 14||Great Britain vs USA||D||Glasgow|
|September 15||Croatia vs. Sweden||A||Bologna|
|September 15||Serbia vs. South Korea||B||Valencia|
|September 15||France vs. Australia||C||Hamburg|
|September 15||USA vs. Kazakhstan||D||Glasgow|
|September 16||Italy vs. Argentina||A||Bologna|
|September 16||Spain vs. Canada||B||Valencia|
|September 16||Germany vs. Belgium||C||Hamburg|
|September 16||Great Britain vs Netherlands||D||Glasgow|
|September 17||Croatia vs. Argentina||A||Bologna|
|September 17||Canada vs. Serbia||B||Valencia|
|September 17||France vs. Belgium||C||Hamburg|
|September 17||USA vs Netherlands||D||Glasgow|
|September 18||Italy vs. Sweden||A||Bologna|
|September 18||Spain vs. South Korea||B||Valencia|
|September 18||Germany vs. Australia||C||Hamburg|
|September 18||Great Britain vs. Kazakhstan||D||Glasgow|
|November 22||Quarterfinal 1||Group D Winner vs. Group C Runner Up||Malaga|
|November 23||Quarterfinal 2||Group B Winner vs. Group A Runner Up||Malaga|
|November 24||Quarterfinal 3||Group A Winner vs. Group B Runner Up||Malaga|
|November 24||Quarterfinal 4||Group C Winner vs. Group D Runner Up||Malaga|
|November 25||Semifinal 2||Quarterfinal 3 Winner vs. Quarterfinal 4 Winner||Malaga|
|November 26||Semifinal 1||Quarterfinal 1 Winner vs. Quarterfinal 2 Winner||Malaga|
|November 27||Final||Semifinal 1 Winner vs. Semifinal 2 Winner||Malaga|