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Davis Cup Finals 2023: Preview and Schedule

Davis Cup Finals 2023 Preview and Schedule

Novak Djokovic, the world number one, will want to cap off one of the finest seasons of his extraordinary career by guiding Serbia to the Davis Cup triumph for the second time in Malaga. Serbia is one of the eight countries that survived the group stage in September and will meet Britain on Thursday.

Djokovic maintained his spectacular 2023 by winning a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals trophy in Turin on Sunday, after winning three of the four Grand Slams to increase his score to 24, with just an epic final defeat by Carlos Alcaraz at Wimbledon preventing a clean sweep.

The world No. 1 now turns his attention to Thursday’s quarter-final match against Great Britain, with Serbia favoured to win the Davis Cup for the first time since 2010. With Andy Murray pulled out due to a shoulder injury, Cameron Norrie will be the British player entrusted with defeating Djokovic. Also read: Rajeev Ram Net Worth 2023, Annual Income, Prize Money, Endorsements, Cars, Houses, Charities

The Final 8 stage began with reigning champions Canada against Finland, followed by Czechia facing Australia the next day. The winner of Serbia’s match against the United Kingdom will face either Italy or the Netherlands in the semi-finals.

Davis Cup 2023 Dates and Venue

The Davis Cup Finals begin on Tuesday, November 21, 2023, and conclude on Sunday, November 26. Malaga is hosting the action, with all matches being played at the Palacio de Deportes Jose María Martín Carpena.

Australia has not won the Davis Cup in 20 years, but under captain Lleyton Hewitt, the team believes it can go one step farther than last year. Also read: ATP Finals: Novak Djokovic Won His Seventh ATP Finals Championship

“All the guys in our team lift when they play for their country,” Hewitt said. “They play with a lot of passion and pride.”

Alex De Minaur is Australia’s top singles player and arrives in Spain confident after am impressive year which he ended just outside the world’s top 10. “I’m kind of a local here now,” De Minaur, who trains in Alicante and Marbella said. “It’s basically a home tournament for me.”

Sinner will also be able to put off any residual disappointment after his loss to Djokovic at the ATP Finals on Sunday. Sinner heads a strong-looking Italy team that will be favoured to defeat the Dutch. Also read: ATP Finals: Novak Djokovic beats Carlos Alcaraz In Semi-Final

Davis Cup 2023 schedule


November 21: Canada vs Finland – 8:30PM IST

November 22: Czechia vs Australia – 8:30PM IST

November 23: Italy vs Netherlands – 2:30PM IST

November 23: Serbia vs Great Britain – Not before 8:30PM IST


November 24: (Winner of Canada vs Finland) vs (Winner of Czechia vs Australia) – 8:30PM IST

November 25: (Winner of Italy vs Netherlands) vs (Winner of Serbia vs Great Britain) – 4:30PM IST


November 26: Winner of Semifinal 1 vs Winner of Semifinal 2 – 8:30PM IST

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