Following the first of the new Davis Cup Finals last year in which the hosts Spain won on home soil tennis will return to Madrid at the end of the year in the second year of the new format.
Spain will be there to defend their title and there are some new teams this year.
Will all be taking to Madrid for the first time.
Finalists from 2019, Spain and Canada are straight back in as are the losing semi-finalists Russia and Great Britain.
The hosts (Spain) would naturally get a wildcard for the following year but as they were in the final four it does free up two wildcard spots which have been filled by France and Serbia.
The Groups are as followed:
It does bode once again for a fascinating draw. It’s very early stages and there is uncertainty over the calendar but could we see Nadal and Djokovic again?
One of the stories of the play-offs were the Ecuador team who all won a match to upset the odds against Japan winning the tie 3-0. It will be a great moment for them to be against Spain and Russia.
Group F could get tasty if the best play. We could have Djokovic, Thiem and Zverev in the same group!