Over the weekend, the Davis Cup final 8 was set. US Open champions Carlos Alcaraz went 1-1 in helping Spain reach the finals.
Alcaraz suffered a loss to Felix Auger-Aliassime who led Canada into the quarterfinal knockout round.
Italy, with a powerful duo of Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner, won there group as did Spain, Germany and the Netherlands.
Runner-ups in each of the four groups also progressed. The U.S. went 2-1 record and Croatia and Australian joined Canada.
Novak Djokovic-less Serbia, France and Great Britain all were eliminated. Andy Murray finished 1-2 (0-2 in doubles, 1-0 in singles).
The final 8 round is now set for Malaga, Spain in late November.
Tuesday 22 November (1600 CET/1500 GMT) – Australia v Netherlands
Wednesday 23 November (1600 CET/1500 GMT) – Croatia v Spain
Thursday 24 November (1000 CET/0900 GMT) – Italy v USA
Thursday 24 November (1600 CET/1500 GMT) – Germany v Canada
Friday 25 November (1600 CET/1500 GMT) – Australia/Netherlands v Croatia/Spain
Saturday 26 November (1300 CET/1200 GMT) – Italy/USA v Germany/Canada
Davis Cup final
Sunday 27 November (1300 CET/1200 GMT) – Winner Semifinal 1 v Winner Semifinal 2
Player selections for the Davis Cup Finals knockout stage will be announced on Monday 24 October 2022.
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