Former Champions Germany & Australia All Set for Finals in the New Davis Cup

Former champions Germany, Australia along with Serbia have cemented their positions in the finals of the revamped Davis Cup. The upcoming game will have its finale in Madrid in this November. According to the sources, 18 countries will take part and will be divided into further 6 groups of 3 members.
Moreover, Croatia, the United States, Spain and also France will be joining the team directly. These 3 nations vied for the semi-finals last year. Croatia in 2018 has become the 5th country to win 2 singles on the very first day of the real Davis Cup. On the other hand, the latter 3 teams were on the list of the finalists. However, in 2019, Britain and Argentina will get a wildcard entry in this 18-team competition.
Germany happens to be the only country this time which is represented by the player in the top 10-category at this weekend’s qualifiers. With a groundbreaking performance, the country claimed 5-0 win over Hungary, and thus, gained a smooth entry. This was indeed a comprehensive victory as Germany with its incredible execution defeated Hungary in all the 5 ties. The Germans won their initial 2 singles rubbers on last Friday.
Jan-Lennard Struff and Tim Puetz were in the right form and defeated Hungary in the doubles on this Saturday in Frankfurt. Big names like Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer were being missed in this game. Australia also had a 4-0 win over Bosnia whereas Serbia encountered a spirited counterattack with Uzbekistan. Magnificent performance by Dusan Lajovic and Filip Krajinovic helped the country to achieve this feat.

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