Felix Auger-Aliassime's Canada puts its title on the line in Malaga and will try to do as well as its female counterpart who won the Billie Jean King Kup. The competition promises to be tough with Novak Djokovic's Serbia and Jannik Sinner's Italy in particular. Alex de Minaur's Australia and Cameron Norrie's Great Britain are the underdogs. The Netherlands, led by Tallon Griekspoor and Boris van de Zandshulp, could create surprises. Just like the Czech Republic of Jiri Lehecka. Emil Ruusuvuori's Finland, which is playing its first Davis Cup final, stands out as the "little thumb". A final tournament without France, exiting from the group stage in Manchester in September.
If the final phase of the Billie Jean King Cup lasts six days with a group stage, the final of the Davis Cup, new version, is played over five days and begins directly with the quarter-finals. For each opposition, the selections play two singles, before a possible decisive doubles in the event of a tie.
The quarters begin this Tuesday, November 21 at the Maria Martin Carpena Sports Palace.
Tuesday 21 November. Canada-Finland (16h).
Wednesday November 22. Australia-Czech Republic (4 p.m.)
Thursday November 23. Italy-Netherlands (10 a.m.); Serbia – Great Britain (4 p.m.)
The final is broadcast on the different beIN SPORTS channels
Tuesday November 21
CANADA/FINLAND from 4:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS 1
Wednesday November 22
REP. CZECH/AUSTRALIA from 4:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS 1
Thursday November 23
ITALY/NETHERLANDS from 10:00 a.m. on beIN SPORTS 3
SERBIA/GREAT BRITAIN from 4:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS
Friday November 24
1/2 FINALS from 4:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS 3
Saturday November 25
1/2 FINALS from 12:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS 3
Sunday November 26
FINAL from 4:00 p.m. on beIN SPORTS 2