From 16 nations that battled it out in the group stages, we are down to 8 as the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup get underway on November 22.

Team Croatia after making it to the quarterfinals of the 2022 Davis Cup (Twitter)

Where will the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup be held?

The group stage matches were held from September 13-17 with Group A playing in Bologna (Italy), Group B in Valencia (Spain), Group C in Hamburg (Germany), and Group D in Glasgow (Scotland). Now, the quarterfinals will be held in Malaga.

All quarterfinalists in Davis Cup 2022

  1. Germany
  2. Canada
  3. Australia
  4. Netherlands
  5. Croatia
  6. Spain
  7. Italy
  8. USA


Australia and the Netherlands kickstart the knockout stage of the competition on 22 November, Tuesday at 4:00 PM (GMT+1).

Croatia will square off against Spain in the second quarterfinal match on 23 November, Wednesday at 4:00 PM (GMT+1).

There is going to be a doubleheader on 24 November, Thursday as Italy takes on the USA at 10:00 AM (GMT+1) and Germany takes on Canada later in the day at 4:00 PM (GMT+1).

When are the semifinals?

We will see either Australia or Netherlands taking on one of Croatia or Spain in the first semifinal on 25 November, Friday at 4:00 PM (GMT+1).

Italy or United States will take on either Germany or Canada in the second semifinal on 26 November, Saturday at 1:00 PM (GMT+1).

When is the Davis Cup Final?

The Davis Cup final will be held on 27 November, Sunday at 1:00 PM (GMT+1).

*All dates and times are given as per the official website of the Davis Cup. On the website, the following is clearly stated:

*This schedule is subject to change only in exceptional circumstances.
*Draw to place the two best runners-up will be done once the Group stage is completed (Davis Cup Regulation

Few players who will not be seen in action

Legendary players, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic did not play the group-stage matches of the Davis Cup earlier in the year. They will not be seen in action.

Carlos Alcaraz, who was instrumental in Spain reaching the quarterfinals will also miss out.

The squads of all the teams that have made it to the Quarterfinals

Let’s take a look at the finals squads of the 8 teams that will be competing for the coveted Davis Cup title.


Captained by Lleyton Hewitt, Australia has an interesting squad with players like Alex de Minaur and Thanasi Kokkinakis. They will need good support from Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell. Alex de Minaur will hold the key as he has shown good form in the second half of the season.


The Dutch have an exciting squad at their disposal. Led by Paul Haarhuis, the likes of Botic van de Zandschulp, Tallon Griespoor, and Tim van Rijthoven can prove to be a handful while Wesley Koolhof and Maatwe Middelkoop will need to step up when required.


Team Croatia has a good blend of youth and experience. 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic and a rejuvenated Borna Coric will have to lead from the front. Captain Vedran Martic also has the services of Borna Gojo, Mate Pavic, and Nikola Mektic.


Without Rafael Nadal, Spain managed to do a good job in the group stages. However, it is going to be interesting to see how much they will miss the services of world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz. Pablo Carreno Busta and Roberto Bautista Agut have truckloads of experience to bank on and they would have to guide Marcel Granollers along the way.


Arguably the strongest team in the competition, Italy has promising youngsters in Jannik Sinner, Lorenzo Musetti, and Matteo Berrettini to bank on while the experience of Fabio Fognini will also help. Simone Bolelli rounds up their squad.


They might not look as formidable as Italy on paper, but the likes of Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe, and Tommy Paul can punch above their weights more often than not. They also have the experienced doubles veteran Jack Sock in their ranks.


They have the potential of springing in a few upsets. Oscar Otte, Jan-Lennard Struff, Yannick Hanfmann, Tim Puetz, and Kevin Krawietz round up the team captained by Michael Kohlmann.


Canada will have the red-hot Felix Auger-Aliassime in their squad. The youngster is just 22 years old and has had a stellar second half of the season. He recently won three titles on the trot and was on a 16-match winning streak before he lost to Denmark’s Holger Rune in the Paris Masters. Captained by Frank Dancevic, the squad also has the likes of Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil, Alexis Galarneau, and Gabriel Diallo in their ranks. Apart from Auger-Aliassime, Shapovalov will be a player to keep an eye on.

Where to Watch?

The tennis season is almost over but tennis fans will not want to miss out on the riveting action that the Davis Cup will bring our way.

We are still awaiting information regarding where to watch the Davis Cup quarter-final action. We will update this article when we have the information. Meanwhile, the following is the list of channels where the group matches of the Davis Cup were shown.

GermanyServus TV
Great BritainBBC
ItalyRAI/SKY Italia/ Super Tennis
KazakhstanQAZ Sports
Korea RepublicCoupang
SerbiaSport Klub
USATennis Channel

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