After just under nine months of action, the 2023 Davis Cup has reached the semi-finals.
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Attention for the Davis Cup only really ramps up as it gets to the latter stages, but as a tournament it is in its ninth month. Qualifying for the 2023 edition of the annual tennis tournament started in February, with the 12 winners joining the 2022 finalists and two wild card teams to create the 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage.
In total, 16 nations competed in four round-robin groups of four teams, with the top two reaching the knockout stages. The ties were contested in a best-of-three rubbers format, played in one day, with two singles and a doubles match. After a week of action we knew the eight teams in the knockout stages, hosted in Malaga this month.
In Group A, defending champions Canada were paired with Chile, Italy and Sweden, and they cruised through to the knockout stages. Canada won all three ties, taking eight of the nine rubbers, and dropping just four sets along the way. They are joined in the Final Eight by Italy, who finished with a record of 2-1.
Group B saw Great Britain hosting Australia, France and Switzerland and it was a thrilling end to the round. Great Britain finished with a record of 3-0 but needed to beat France in their final tie to secure passage, doing so via a dramatic win in the doubles. The defeat saw France knocked out on a losing head-to-head record against second-placed Australia.
Czech Republic were the perfect team in Group C and they won all nine of their rubbers, dropping four sets to boast the best record in the group stage. Although Novak Djokovic was named in their team, the world no.1 did not feature in Serbia’s group stage but you can guarantee he’ll be there in the knockout stages with his nation securing second.
Group D was perhaps the closest group, with Netherlands and Finland both advancing on a record of 2-1. Netherlands topped the group having beaten Finland in their opening tie, and had qualification secured before their final tie against Croatia.
The quarter-finals are now done with Finland beating Canada to set up their semi-final against Australia, who knocked out Czech Republic. In the other semi-final, Italy and Serbia face off having knocked out Netherlands and Great Britain respectively.
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*All times are UK time.
Friday, 25 November
- Finland vs Australia (3pm)
Saturday, 26 November
- Italy vs Serbua (3pm)
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