The 2017 Davis Cup draw was released earlier today and among the first round highlights are a trip for the Swiss to the U.S. in early February.
Great Britain will also host Canada and Spain will travel to Croatia.
With the Olympics over, how many top players will be available to play right after the Australian Open to play on a different continent to their own? Will Roger Federer and/or Stan Wawrinka go from Australia to the U.S. then back home? In Federer’s case, Dubai?
Andy Murray may face a similar schedule and the Italians have it the worst, going from Melbourne to Argentina before returning home.
2017 Davis Cup Draw First round (3-5 February)
Italy at Argentina [s] [c]
Belgium [s] at Germany [c]
Czech Republic [s] at Australia [c]
Switzerland [s] at USA [c]
France [s] at Japan [c]
Great Britain [s] at Canada [c]
Russia at Serbia [s] [c]
Spain at Croatia [s] [c]
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