Often referred to as the 'World Cup of Tennis', the Davis Cup remains the premier international team event in the men's game.
Initially started in 1900 as a contest solely between Great Britain and the United States, this year's finals, which will be the 111th edition of the tournament, featured 16 qualifying nations which have now been whittled down to eight for the final stages.
The eight teams progressing will reconvene for the finals in the Spanish city of Malaga between 21st and 26th November.
|What||Davis Cup - Finals|
|When||21st - 26th November|
|How to watch||Sports Live Streaming & BBC|
The final stage will be held at the Palacio de Deportes Martin Carpena in Malaga for the second straight year.
The arena held last year's finals, as well as a Davis Cup semi-final in 2003, while it is most commonly used for Basketball, with Liga ACB team Unicaja Malaga calling it home.
The final stage of the Davis Cup will then start on Tuesday 21st November and will run through until the final on Sunday 26th November.
The quarter-finals will be played on Tuesday 21st, Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd November. The semi-finals will then take place on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th, while the final will be on Sunday 26th.
Australia (2022 Runners-up)
Canada (2022 Champions)
Czech Republic (Qualifier)
Great Britain (Qualifier)
Italy (Wild card)
The ties will be made up of two singles matches and a doubles rubber played over the best of three sets. The top two from each pool will progress through to the later rounds.
Selected matches will be shown on bet365's Sports Live Streaming.
The Davis Cup is also available to watch on the BBC and the Tennis Channel.
The United States have won the most Davis Cup with 32 titles. They won the first tournament in 1900, with their last victory coming against Russia in 2007.
Australia have won the Davis Cup 28 times, while Great Britain and France have both taken the title 10 times.
The last Davis Cup took place in 2022 and saw Canada win the tournament for the first time.
Their team was made up of Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Vasek Poposil and they beat both Germany and Italy 2-1 in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, respectively.
The Canadians then beat Australia 2-0 in the final, with Shapovalov winning the opening singles rubber against Thanasi Kokkinakis 6-2 6-4 before Auger-Aliassime defeated Alex de Minaur 6-3 6-4.