Davis Cup Finals 2020 - Prediction and Betting Odds

Davis Cup Finishing Position Odds

The odds for the Davis Cup 2020 are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Davis Cup DraftKings
Spain +225
Serbia +450
Russia +650
Australia +700
France +700
Canada +1000
Croatia +1000
Germany +1000
USA +2000
Great Britain +2500
Austria +3300
Czech Republic +3300
Italy +3300
Kazakhstan +5000
Hungary +10000
Sweden +10000
Colombia +20000
Ecuador +30000

Davis Cup Finals Location and Key Dates

What Davis Cup Finals
When November 23 – November 29
Where La Caja Mágica in Madrid, Spain
Surface Hard (indoor)

Best Picks for the 2020 Davis Cup Finals

Team Serbia

The reigning ATP Cup champions have one of the strongest lineups in the field.

Led by Novak Djokovic, Team Serbia only dropped three matches on its way to the inaugural ATP Cup title.

Drawn against Team Germany and Team Austria, Serbia needs to keep an eye on Dominic Thiem and Jan-Lennard Struff, who pose the most significant threats.

Serbia reached the quarterfinals in last year’s Davis Cup, losing to Team Russia in three matches.

Team Spain

The Davis Cup has always been about having the crowd on the local team’s side, which is a huge boost for Team Spain.

The reigning champions only dropped three matches on the way to the 2019 title.

Led by Rafael Nadal, Team Spain has one of the most balanced lineups in the competition.

Spain had a nearly perfect run to the ATP Cup final in January, dropping only one match before losing the title to Team Serbia.

Team Russia

Russia is coming off back-to-back semifinals at the Davis Cup Finals and the ATP Cup.

The two-time champions scored a 3-0 victory over Croatia and were the only team to take a point out of Spain in groups.

Russia then beat Team Serbia in the quarterfinals, before losing to Team Canada in the semis.

At the ATP Cup, Team Russia went on a tear by winning 11 of 12 matches on the way to the semifinals, which it lost to Serbia 3-0.

Led by Daniil Medvedev, Russia has a young and talented team that is capable of pulling off another strong run.

Team Australia

Led by the young duo of Nick Kyrgios and Alex de Minaur, Team Australia made it to the quarterfinals in last year’s edition.

It then followed it up with a semifinal appearance at the ATP Cup earlier this year.

Having won the Davis Cup 28 times, Australia traditionally steps up its game during these competitions.

If Kyrgios shows up at the top of his game and de Minaur stays healthy, the Aussies could very well pull off an upset to win their first title since 2003.

Team Canada

Led by rising stars Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime as well as the ever-reliable veteran Vasek Pospisil, Canada was a surprise in 2019.

It escaped a strong group with a 2-0 record against Team Italy and Team USA, then followed it up by beating Team Australia and upsetting Team Serbia to reach the final.

Team Canada also had a strong showing at the ATP Cup, reaching the quarterfinals before losing to eventual champions Team Serbia.

The young roster is worth keeping an eye on, especially considering how well Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime have done in recent tournaments.

Davis Cup Finals FAQ

Who Won the 2019 Davis Cup Finals?

Team Spain won the 2019 Davis Cup, defeating Team Canada 2-0 in the final. It was Team Spain’s sixth Davis Cup title.

Which Team Has the Most Davis Cup Titles?

Team United States has the most Davis Cup titles with 32, followed by Team Australia with 28.


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