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Davis Cup Finals 2023: Draws, schedule, how to watch & Great Britain vs Serbia preview


Can the Brits repeat the heroics of 2015? Here’s all you need to know about the Davis Cup Finals – including the draw, the British team and how you can watch at home.

Where is the Davis Cup Finals taking place?

The Davis Cup Finals will come to a climax in Malaga from 21-26 November.

The quarter-finals, semi-finals and final will all take place at the Spanish city’s Palacio de Deported Jose Maria Martin Carpena – an indoor sporting arena with a capacity of 11,300 spectators.

How to watch the Davis Cup Finals

All of Great Britain’s ties at the Davis Cup Finals in Malaga will be available to watch on the BBC Sport website, app and BBC iPlayer.

You can also join the Tennis Channel watch party, featuring Comedian Josh Berry, Billie Jean King Cup star Heather Watson and Presenter Pippa Horn. 

Watch live via tennischannel.com or stream for free on Samsung Smart TV’s, LG and RAKUTEN.

Davis Cup Finals draw


  1. Canada vs Finland (Tuesday 21 November 15:00 GMT)
  2. Czech Republic vs Australia (Wednesday 22 November 15:00 GMT)
  3. Italy vs Netherlands (Thursday 23 November 9:00 GMT)
  4. Great Britain vs Serbia (Thursday 23 November 15:00 GMT)


  1. Winner of match 1 vs winner of match 2
  2. Winner of match 3 vs winner of match 4

Great Britain vs Serbia preview

Great Britain


Captain: Leon Smith

Captain: Viktor Troicki

Cam Norrie (world No.18)

Novak Djokovic (world No.1)

Jack Draper (world No.61)

Laslo Djere (world No.33)

Liam Broady (world No.102)

Dusan Lajovic (world No.46)

Neal Skupski (doubles world No.3)

Miomir Kecmanovic (world No.55)

Joe Salisbury (doubles world No.12)

Hamad Medjedovic (world No.110)

Arguably the blockbuster match-up of the quarter-finals – Great Britain will face off against a Serbian team, led by 24-time Grand Slam champion and world No.1 Novak Djokovic.

The Brits come into the tie having gone unbeaten in the competition so far this season across four ties – including an unforgettable 2-1 win over France in the Group decider in Manchester.

Headed up by British No.1 Cam Norrie, who has had some close battles with Djokovic in the past and the in-form Jack Draper to call upon in the singles. Draper has been on a brilliant run of performances of late, lifting the title at the Bergamo Challenger, before making his first ATP final in Sofia.


While Dan Evans misses the event with injury, Captain Leon Smith will still have two top six doubles players to call upon should the tie come down to the wire. Wimbledon champion Neal Skupski and US Open champion Joe Salisbury bring a lot of experience to the team and know each other well, having previously won titles together in Vienna and San Diego.

Djokovic’s record speaks for himself, and the world No.1 was instrumental in Sebia beating the Brits in their meeting back in 2006. He’s publicly declared that the Davis Cup is his priority for the rest of the year as he looks to add to his title in 2010.

Serbia brings a strong squad to Malaga, with four players currently ranked inside the top 60. World No.33 Laslo Djere featured heavily in the singles during the Group Stages with two wins from three matches. Djokovic has recently played doubles with countryman Miomir Kecmanovic at the Rolex Paris Masters, which could give an insight into the Serbs plans.

What is the schedule for the Davis Cup Finals?

  • Quarter-finals: Tuesday 21 – Thursday 23 November
  • Semi-finals: Friday 24 – Saturday 25 November
  • Final: Sunday 26 November
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