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2020 Davis Cup draw: top teams, qualifiers schedule, venues.

Davis Cup 2020: Draw, full qualifiers schedule, date, venues, qualified teams.




Twelve seeded nations will be drawn against 12 unseeded nations to compete in the Qualifiers on March 6-7 2020.


 The winning teams in the Qualifiers will book their place in next year's Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals.











 The 12 seeded nations for the 2020 Qualifiers, based on the latest Davis Cup Nations Ranking, are:

 Croatia
Belgium
Argentina
USA
Australia
 Italy
Germany
Kazakhstan
Czech Republic
 Austria
 Japan
 Sweden


 The 12 unseeded nations for the 2020 Qualifiers are:


 Belarus
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Hungary
Korea, Rep.
Netherlands
Slovakia
Uruguay
Uzbekistan


Winner of Pakistan v India (to be played 29-30 November 2019)



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The 12 winners of the Qualifiers on 6-7 March next year will compete alongside the six nations that have automatically qualified for the 2020 Finals - the four 2019 semi-finalists Canada, Great Britain, Russia, and Spain, as well as the two 2020 wild cards France and Serbia.

The 12 home-and-away ties will consist of four singles matches and one doubles match with all matches played over the best-of-three tiebreak sets. Two singles matches will be played on Friday 6 March, with the doubles match followed by two reverse singles matches on Saturday 7 March.

The 12 winning nations in the Qualifiers will compete in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid Finals 2020.

The 12 losing nations will compete in World Group I ties in September 2020.


Davis Cup 2020: Full qualifiers draw schedule, seed & unseeded teams.




The draw is as follows:

Croatia (s) (c) v Pakistan/India 

 Croatia finished third in Group B at the Davis Cup Finals this year. The 2018 champions will hope to have a strong backup when they host either Pakistan or India.



Hungary (c) v Belgium (s) 

Hungary won a narrow 3-2 victory over Ukraine in September to advance to the Qualifiers where they will face a Belgium side.



Colombia (c) v Argentina (s) 

Colombia put up a strong fight at the Davis Cup Finals but eventually finished third in Group D. Argentina advanced to the quarter-finals from Group C.



USA (s) (c) v Uzbekistan 

 USA win over Italy in Group F at the Davis Cup Finals but lost to finalists Canada for the first time to miss out on the knockout stages. Uzbekistan defeated Lebanon 3-2 in Group I ties to reach the Qualifiers.



Australia (s) (c) v Brazil 

 Australia lost to Canada in the quarter-finals in Madrid, while Brazil, who got a comfortable 3-1 victory against Barbados in Group I ties to reach the Qualifiers.



Italy (s) (c) v Korea, Rep. 

Italy narrow 2-1 defeats to both Canada and USA. They will host Korea, Rep. in the nations’ first meeting since 1987, the Koreans beat China 3-1 to reach the Qualifiers for the first time.



Germany (s) (c) v Belarus 

Germany defeated Argentina and Chile to reach the quarter-finals, Belarusdefeated Portugal 3-2 in September to advance to the Qualifiers next year.



Kazakhstan (s) (c*) v Netherlands 

Kazakhstan beat Netherlands 2-1 before losing narrowly to Great Britain and missing out on the knockout stages.



Slovakia (c*) v Czech Republic (s) 

The hosts Slovakia advanced to the Qualifiers after an impressive 3-1 victory over Switzerland, while the Czechs defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-2.



Austria (s) (c) v Uruguay 

Dominic Thiem helped Austria a narrow 3-2 win in Finland and again continue their winning streak against Uruguay. The visitors defeated Dominican Republic 3-1 to reach the Qualifiers for the first time.



Japan (s) (c*) v Ecuador 

Japan will hope to have Kei Nishikori in the side when they face Ecuador for the first time, the South Americans reaching the Qualifiers after a convincing 4-0 win against Venezuela.



Sweden (s) (c) v Chile 

Sweden defeated Israel 3-1 to progress to the Qualifiers, where they will host Chile, who finished third in Group C at the Davis Cup Finals following defeats by Argentina and Germany.






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