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Davis Cup live on TV and in the livestream: schedule, results and tables of the final round

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From the November 25th to December 5th the final tournament in the Davis Cup rises. At the beginning, a total of 18 nations fought for the prestigious team competition.

The 18 teams were divided into six groups of three teams each. The group winners and the two best runners-up reached the quarter-finals.

Groups A and B played their preliminary round matches in Madrid. Group C and the German group F were in action in Innsbruck, groups D and E in Turin.

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There are now quarter-finals in Turin and Innsbruck and two in Madrid. From the semi-finals onwards, all matches will be played in Madrid.

Davis Cup live on TV

The Davis Cup 2021 will be broadcast live on TV on “ServusTV”.

Davis Cup in livestream

“ServusTV” is also part of the live stream at the final tournament in Madrid, Innsbruck and Turin.

Davis Cup at Eurosport.de

Eurosport.de reports in detail from the Davis Cup. Here you can find all the news, information and live scorings for the final tournament.

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Davis Cup: The Teams

  • Group A in Madrid: Spain, RTF (Russia), Ecuador
  • Group B in Madrid: Canada, Kazakhstan, Sweden
  • Group C in Innsbruck: France, Great Britain, Czech Republic
  • Group D in Turin: Croatia, Australia, Hungary
  • Group E in Turin: USA, Italy, Colombia
  • Group F in Innsbruck: Serbia, Germany, Austria

Davis Cup: The German team

  • Jan-Lennard Struff
  • Dominik Koepfer
  • Kevin Krawietz
  • Tim Pütz

Davis Cup: standings and group stage results

* Teams in bold qualify for quarter-finals in the tables

Results and table group A in Madrid:

  • Spain – Ecuador 3: 0
  • RTF – Ecuador 3:0
  • Spanien – RTF 1:2
1. RTF (Russland) 2:0 5:1 11:5
2. Spain 1:1 4:2 9:7
3. Ecuador 0:2 0:6 4:12

Results and table group B in Madrid:

  • Canada 0-3 Sweden
  • Kazakhstan – Sweden 2-1
  • Canada 0-3 Kazakhstan
1. Kazakhstan 2:0 5:1 10:5
2. Sweden 1:1 4:2 9:4
3. Canada 0:2 0:6 2:12

Group C in Innsbruck:

  • France – Czech Republic 2-1
  • France 1-2 Great Britain
  • Great Britain – Czech Republic 2-1
1. Great Britain 2:0 4:2 8:5
2. France 1:1 3:3 6:8
3. Czech Republic 0:2 2:4 7:8

Group D in Turin:

  • Croatia 3-0 Australia
  • Australia – Hungary 2-1
  • Hungary 1-2 Australia
1. Croatia 2:0 5:1 11:3
2. Australia 1:1 2:4 6:10
3. Hungary 0:2 2:4 6:10

Group E in Turin:

  • USA – Italy 1: 2
  • Italy 2-1 Colombia
  • Colombia 2-1 USA
1. Italy 2:0 4:2 9:5
2. Colombia 1:1 3:3 8:8
3. USA 0:2 2:4 5:9

Group F in Innsbruck:

  • Serbia – Austria 3-0
  • Germany – Serbia 2-1
  • Austria – Germany 1: 2
1. Germany 2:0 4:2 9:6
2. Serbia 1:1 4:2 8:5
3. Austria 0:2 1:5 4:10

Davis Cup – Co-Round Dates

  • 29.11. from 4:00 p.m. in Turin: Italy – Croatia
  • 30.11. from 4 p.m. in Innsbruck: Great Britain – Germany
  • 01.12. from 4 p.m. in Madrid: Serbia – Kazakhstan
  • 02.12. from 4 p.m. in Madrid: RTF – Sweden
  • 03.12.: Semi-final 1 in Madrid
  • 04.12.: Semi-final 2 in Madrid
  • 05.12.: Finale in Madrid

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After the strong performances in the group stage, the German Davis Cup team is hot for the first semi-finals in 14 years. “I’m in good spirits. We are in a good position, we have nothing to lose,” said Michael Kohlmann after reaching the quarter-finals against the favored British team: “We have a chance of making it to the semi-finals. That is our goal.” | To the report

Davis Cup: close duel between Germany and Austria

Germany reached the quarter-finals of the Davis Cup with a 2-1 win against Austria in Innsbruck. Dominik Koepfer was initially defeated by Jurij Rodionov 1: 6, 5: 7. Subsequently, Jan-Lennard Struff came against Dennis Novak to a 7: 5, 6: 4 win. Kevin Krawietz / Tim Pütz won the decisive double 6: 3, 6: 4 against Oliver Marach / Philipp Oswald. Great Britain is now waiting in the quarter-finals. | To the report

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The surprising victory against Serbia for top tennis star Novak Djokovic gave the German Davis Cup team a lot of self-confidence, and with this boost they should now reach the quarter-finals against Austria. “That was very important for the whole team. We are going into the second game against Austria with a big chest,” said doubles specialist Kevin Krawietz, referring to the second group game on Sunday (from 4:00 pm) in Innsbruck, in which a victory was the Entry into the knockout round would make perfect. | To the report

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Davis Cup: Serbia wins against Austria at the beginning

Tennis star Novak Djokovic has successfully started the Davis Cup final tournament with Serbia. Both the world number one and Dusan Lajovic won their singles against hosts Austria in Innsbruck, so Serbia is already clear as the winner of the opening duel in Group F before the final double. Germany will face the Serbs at the start of the tournament on Saturday. | To the entire article

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