2024 Davis Cup Qualifiers Draw Complete

Davis Cup Finals (photo: Angel Martinez/Getty Images for ITF)

ITF Press Release, November 26, 2023

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced the draw for the 2024 Davis Cup Qualifiers, which took place in Malaga ahead of the 2023 final between Australia and Italy on Sunday.

The 2024 Qualifiers will feature 24 teams competing in 12 home-and-away ties on either Friday 2- Saturday 3 February or Saturday 3-Sunday 4 February. Home nations have choice of dates. Each Qualifier tie consists of two singles matches on day one, and a doubles match followed by two singles matches on day two.

The 12 winning nations from the Qualifiers will advance to the Group Stage of the 2024 Davis Cup Finals to be held in the week commencing 9 September. These nations will join the 2023 world champions and runners-up, as well as wild cards Great Britain and Spain at the 2024 Finals Group Stage. The 12 losing nations from the Qualifiers compete in World Group I ties in September.

The 2024 Davis Cup World Group I Play-offs and World Group II Play-offs will also be contested on the same weekend as the Qualifiers. A total of 72 nations will compete in 36 home-and-away ties around the world at the start of the 2024 Davis Cup season in February.

The ITF has also confirmed that Malaga will return as host city for the 2024 Davis Cup Final 8. This follows confirmation earlier today that Seville will host the 2024 Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge Finals.

The full draw for the 2024 Davis Cup Qualifiers is as follows:

Canada (1) (c)* v Korea, Rep.
Serbia (2) (c) v Slovakia
Croatia (3) (c) v Belgium
Hungary (c) v Germany (4)
Netherlands (5) (c) v Switzerland
Czechia (6) (c) v Israel
Ukraine (c)* v USA (7)
Finland (8) (c) v Portugal
Chinese Taipei (c)* v France (9)
Argentina (c) v Kazakhstan (10)
Sweden (11) (c) v Brazil
Chile (12) (c) v Peru
(#) = seed; (c) = choice of ground; * = choice of ground decided by lot

David Haggerty, ITF President, said: “This is great news at the end of what has been a hugely enjoyable Davis Cup Final 8 – watched and followed by millions of spectators in over 160 countries, and played in front of near sell-out crowds all week. This week’s fantastic Final 8 event has demonstrated Malaga’s qualities as a host city, and we are delighted to be working with them, the Region of Andalucia and ITF member the Real Federacion Espanola de Tenis (RFET) on this event once again.”

Arturo Bernal, Region of Andalucia Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, said: “We have just finished a successful Davis Cup Final 8 in Malaga and we are already thinking about next year. I thank the International Tennis Federation for trusting us with this event. It is not easy to organise the Final 8 of this competition in Andalusia for the third consecutive year, but this news shows that we are on the right track, and that the Andalusian Government is committed to bringing the best sporting events to Andalusia, so it can become the home of Spanish sport.”

Miguel Diaz, President Real Federacion Espanola de Tenis, said: “This is great news for Spanish tennis and also great news for our fans, who will have a new chance to support our team in the Davis Cup. 2023 was a complicated year, when many of our best players had several injuries. We look forward to seeing our fans in Malaga, which will be the capital of the best tennis in the world.”

Francisco de la Torre, Mayor of Malaga, said: “For the second consecutive year, the celebration of the Davis Cup in Malaga has seen a large influx of spectators, and the Jose Maria Martin Carpena Sports Arena has been full since Thursday. This type of event represents an opportunity for growth of the city and province’s profile, thanks to the attendance of fans from different parts of the world. This city can host excellent, large international competitions thanks to the collaboration of the City Council, the Board of Andalusia, and Provincial Council.”