Starting this Tuesday, Chile begins its path to the 2023 Davis Cup Finals. The team led by Nicolás Massú will debut against Sweden at the Unipol Arena in Bologna, which is the series that opens Group A of the competition.
What is Chile’s team for the 2023 Davis Cup Finals?
The five nominated by Nicolás Massú to defend the Italian nation are: Nicolás Jarry (22nd), Cristian Garin (103rd), Tomás Barrios (114th), Alejandro Tabilo (124th) and Gonzalo Lama (424th). If the pattern of the last series is followed, the first four will play the matches, where Barrios and Tabilo will be the doubles duo.
What is Chile’s team in the 2023 Davis Cup Finals?
Chile is in Group A with Sweden, Italy and Canada. Precisely, that is the order of the confrontations of the national team.
What days are Chile’s matches in the 2023 Davis Cup Finals?
Chile’s participation in Bologna is as follows:
Which teams will Sweden, Italy and Canada present against Chile?
Sweden: Elias Ymer (170th), Leo Borg (343rd), Filip Bergevi (175th in doubles) and André Göransson (71st in doubles).
Italy: Lorenzo Musetti (18th), Lorenzo Sonego (38th), Matteo Arnaldi (47th), Andrea Vavassori (139th in singles and 42nd in doubles), Simone Bolelli (43rd in doubles).
Canada: Denis Shapovalov (31°), Gabriel Diallo (158°), Vasek Pospisil (187°) and Alexis Galarneau (200°).
What is the Davis Cup Finals format?
The 16 teams will compete in a round-robin of four groups divided into four teams. The two winners of each group will advance to the Final 8 in Malaga.
What are groups?
Group A (Bologna, Italy): Canada, Italy, Sweden, Chile
Group B (Manchester, Great Britain): Australia, Great Britain, France, Switzerland
Group C (Valencia, Spain): Spain, Serbia, Czech Republic, South Korea
Group D (Split, Croatia): Croatia, Netherlands, United States and Finland