The 2016 Davis Cup draw was announced this evening. Among the highlights are a strong Canadian team led by Milos Raonic going to Europe to contest a deep French team.
The Americans will have to go all the way to Australia to take on the young Aussies. And that’s just before the big Indian Wells-Miami swing in March.
In the second round, Serbia and Novak Djokovic could meet Andy Murray’s Great Britain team.
The Davis Cup first round runs from March 4 – 6, 2016.
The 2015 Davis Cup champion will be decided in late November when Belgium hosts Andy Murray and Great Britain.
First round (4-6 March)
Great Britain [s] [c] [*] v Japan
Serbia [s] [c] [*] v Kazakhstan
Italy [c] v Switzerland [s]
Poland [c] [*] v Argentina [s]
France [s] [c] v Canada
Germany [c] v Czech Republic [s]
Australia [s] [c] v USA
Belgium [s] [c] v Croatia
World Group first round: 4-6 March
– World Group quarterfinals: 15-17 July
– World Group semifinals and play-offs: 16-18 September
– World Group Final: 25-27 November
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