Davis Cup 2019 Predictions & Betting Odds

Davis Cup predictions

Spain are the favourites going into Davis Cup 2019, with home-court advantage clearly being a significant factor in that. Other teams who feature strongly in the Davis Cup 2019 predictions & betting odds include France (the top-ranked nation in the world at present), Croatia, USA, Australia, Serbia, Russia, Germany and Argentina. 

The tournament looks wide open according to the latest Davis Cup 2019 betting odds, so there’s definitely the potential to find some value Davis Cup bets in selecting the tournament’s winner.

There is also Davis Cup 2019 betting available on the six group winners and, nearer the start date of the tournament, there will of course be betting available on the outcome of all the group matches and all the individual singles and doubles matches within the groups. As with all major tennis tournaments, there will be a vast array of betting markets available within the individual matches.

The best available odds on the outright betting to win Davis Cup 2019 with the leading sportsbooks are as follows:

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Davis Cup Betting Tips & Predictions

There’s no clear favourite for Davis Cup 2019 and many of the competing nations will fancy their chances of winning the tournament.

Spain have to be strong contenders as host nation and with a certain Rafael Nadal on the team. Croatia are the defending champions, so will be desperate to make a strong showing. Russia also look to have a team that could challenge, with Daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov and Andrey Rublev all on their roster.

The problem is that Spain, Croatia and Russia are all drawn together in Group B, very much the “Group of Death”. There has to be a strong possibility that only one of those teams will progress to the quarterfinals.

That being the case, France could prove to be the best tips to back to win Davis Cup 2019 at +500 (6.00) with Sports Interaction. The French were runners-up in 2018 and winners in 2017, so have recent pedigree in the competition.

The French team, captained by Sébastien Grosjean, consists of Gael Monfils, Benoit Paire, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut. That’s a team with a great deal of experience and they’ve also been drawn in a group that they should be able to navigate without too many problems (although they obviously need to be wary of a Serbian team that includes world No. 1 Novak Djokovic).

Canada are certainly not without hope with a talented team of players at very attractive odds. They look to have every chance of winning Group F ahead of the USA and Italy.

Davis Cup 2019 Schedule

There has been a change to the format for the Davis Cup this year. The Davis Cup Finals 2019 take place over the course of one week from 18 to 24 November 2019 on indoor hard courts at La Caja Mágica in Madrid, Spain.

The Finals will feature 18 teams – 12 qualifiers, the previous year’s four semi-finalists and two wild card nations (Argentina and Great Britain). The ties are contested in a best-of-three rubbers format and are played on one day. There are two singles followed by a doubles.

The 18 teams will compete in six round-robin groups of three teams, with the six group winners plus the two second-placed teams (with regards to the best records based on sets and games won) will qualify for the quarter-finals. At that stage the tournament will switch to a knockout format.

The Davis Cup Final will take place on November 24.

The six groups are split as follows:

Group A

  • France
  • Serbia
  • Japan

Group B

  • Croatia
  • Spain
  • Russia

Group C

  • Argentina
  • Germany
  • Chile

Group D

  • Belgium
  • Australia
  • Colombia

Group E

  • Great Britain
  • Kazakhstan
  • Netherlands

Group F

  • USA
  • Italy
  • Canada

Davis Cup 2019 – Canada Team

Canada have been drawn in Group F, alongside the USA and Italy at Davis Cup 2019. Canadian captain Frank Dancevic has a strong team to select from, consisting of Milos Raonic, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov and Vasek Pospisil. They look capable of competing with any of the nations in Madrid.

Canada are currently 14th in the world rankings. They qualified for the Davis Cup Finals after youngsters Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime orchestrated a comeback victory over Slovakia in their qualifier tie in Bratislava.

Canada begin the group stage against Italy on November 18, followed by the USA the next day.

For those looking to have a bet on Group F, these are the best odds currently available:

The betting would suggest there’s very little to choose between the three teams. Canada has never previously beaten the USA, but the current team looks capable of changing that.

Davis Cup 2019 Live Streaming

There are various options available for those Canadians who want to follow all the action from Madrid at Davis Cup 2019.

TV broadcasting rights for Davis Cup 2019 in Canada are held by Sportsnet (English) and TVA Sports (French).

Apart from the domestic TV channels, the Davis Cup Finals 2019 can also be accessed for live viewing on the official Davis Cup website, with a variety of different packages available for subscribers.

With regards to live streaming in Canada, DAZN Canada now owns Canadian tennis rights and will exclusively stream the Davis Cup 2019.

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