The Davis Cup Finals continue with the final four – Serbia, Italy, Australia and Finland – set to duel for glory.


World No.1 Novak Djokovic landed the killer blow against Cam Norrie for Serbia to dispatch Britain with relative ease.

Serbia clinched qualification for the quarter-finals at the expense of 2019 champions Spain, who suffered a shock early exit prior to this Finals week in Malaga.

Earlier this week, Finland defeated Canada and Australia toppled Czech Republic in a pair of shock results given the two ousted sides were undefeated in the group stages.

The group stage was held across four cities – Bologna, Manchester, Split and Valencia – in September, now players head to Malaga, Spain for the knockout rounds with the title up for grabs. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Davis Cup Finals 2023 tennis tournament.

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When are the Davis Cup Finals 2023?

The tournament begins on Tuesday 21st November 2023 and runs until the final on Sunday 26th November 2023.

How to watch and live stream Davis Cup Finals 2023 in the UK

You can tune in to watch the entire tournament unfold live on the Tennis Channel. Sign up here to watch all the action from every match.

Great Britain matches will be shown live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, starting with their quarter-final clash with Serbia. Should GB advance, their matches will continue to be shown on BBC platforms online.

Davis Cup Finals 2023 schedule and format

There will be three matches played per tie between nations.

Two singles matches and one doubles match will be played in each match-up with the team who picks up two wins to progress to the next round.

This format will remain consistent all the way to the final.

Where are the Davis Cup Finals 2023 held?

The Davis Cup Finals 2023 are held at the Palacio de Deportes José María Martín Carpena in Malaga, Spain.

The court allows up to 11,000 spectators to enjoy the biggest matches across a range of sports.

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