The new format of the Davis Cup will have its first ever edition in 2019 and a total of 30 teams will participate in the competition, of which 18 will be in action during the Finals. Catch the 2019 Davis Cup live streaming for all the matches here.
Looking to watch the Davis Cup 2019 live streaming online?
- For tennis fans in the UK, Europe, Australia & elsewhere go to bet365 > Tennis > Live Streaming here* to watch & bet on this tennis action live.
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The road to the final is an interesting one which sees a few teams get a direct entry into the finals week and 24 others fighting it out for the remaining 12 spots. These 18 teams will then fight it out to make it to the title-decider that will be held in Spain on November 24.
All these Davis Cup matches will be telecast live on television apart from being streamed live online as well.
2019 Davis Cup Schedule & Dates
The first round of Davis Cup matches, i.e the Qualifiers for the final, will be played in the first week of February. 24 teams will feature in this phase of the tournament and 12 of these teams will make it to the Davis Cup finals.
The Davis Cup Finals will be played between November 18 and 24. The group stage of this finals will see the 18 teams, divided into six groups and eight of these teams will advance to the quarter-final stage. This will be followed by the semi-finals and final, all in the span of a week and at the same venue, the Caja Mágica in Madrid, Spain.
- Croatia v Russia (4 pm CET, 3 pm BST)
- Italy v Canada (4 pm CET, 3 pm BST)
- Belgium v Colombia (4 pm CET, 3 pm BST)
- Argentina v Chile (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- France v Japan (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Kazakhstan v Netherlands (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Spain v Russia (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- USA v Canada (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- Australia v Colombia (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- Serbia v Japan (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Argentina v Germany (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Great Britain v Netherlands (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Croatia v Spain (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- USA v Italy (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- Belgium v Australia (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
- France v Serbia (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Germany v Chile (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Great Britain v Kazakhstan (11 am CET, 10 am BST)
- Quarter-Final – Group D v F (6 pm CET, 5 pm BST)
2019 Davis Cup Live Streaming Options
You can watch (and bet) on the Davis Cup live streaming with bet365.com. This is how you can do it in just a few simple steps:
- Go to www.bet365.com
- Register with www.bet365.com (or log in to you account)
- Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
- Select the Davis Cup live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top
This site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours. Remember geo-restrictions may apply.
There are other websites you can look to watch the Davis Cup live streaming with as well. You can find the list below, but remember geo-restrictions will be applicable.
Other Tennis Live Streaming Options
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|Unibet||To watch tennis live streams, customers must have a funded account or have placed any bet within the past 24 hours.||Click Here|
|Betfair||To watch tennis live streams, customers must have a funded account. Grand Slams might not be live streamed.||Click Here|
Another way to watch the matches live is to visit the official Davis Cup website at daviscup.com and click on ‘Live Centre.’ Over here, you can watch all the matches live which are being played at that time. Alternately, you can also watch the highlights of the previous matches.
Davis Cup 2019 TV Guide
The TV Guide for the tournament will be updated a few days before the tournament begins.
Team List for the 2019 Davis Cup
Six teams have been given a direct entry into the finals, which includes the four semi-finalists from the previous Davis Cup and two wild-card entrants. 12 others will qualify from a list of 24 teams who will be a part of the competition during the Qualifiers played in February.
Teams in the Finals
Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Russia, Serbia, Spain, USA.
Davis Cup 2019 Groups
- Group A: France, Serbia, Japan
- Group B: Croatia, Spain, Russia
- Group C: Argentina, Germany, Chile
- Group D: Belgium, Australia, Colombia
- Group E: Great Britain, Netherlands, Kazakhstan
- Group F: USA, Italy, Canada
What Happened at the 2018 Davis Cup?
It was Croatia who won the title last year and they did so by defeating France in the final, 3-1.
France, who were seeded number one in the competition after having won the title last year, defeated the unseeded Netherlands in the first round 3-1, before getting past the eighth seeded Italy by the same margin. In the semi-finals, they did not have any issues either, having taken a 3-0 lead on day two itself, before losing the meaningless reverse singles matches to Spain.
Fourth seeded Croatia overcame Canada and Kazakhstan by the same 3-1 margin before USA pushed them to the fifth match of the semi-final. This was after Croatia had taken a 2-0 lead and then lost it to go into the final match at 2-2.
Previous 10 Davis Cup Title Winners
2015: Great Britain
2013: Czech Republic
2012: Czech Republic
The 2019 edition of the Davis Cup will be played in a very different format than now and will see 18 teams feature over a period of one week at the end of the tennis season. The new Davis Cup format can be found here.