• World No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz and No. 2 Novak Djokovic will represent their countries at crucial stage of the 2023 men’s World Cup of Tennis
  • Wimbledon semi-finalist Jannik Sinner part of Italy squad for Group A in Bologna, where Denis Shapovalov will lead reigning world champions Canada.
  • 16 teams to do battle across four cities (Bologna, Manchester, Valencia and Split) for a place in November’s Final 8 in Malaga. Tickets on sale now
  • Follow @DavisCup on Twitter and Instagram and Davis Cup Tennis on Facebook for the latest


The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has today confirmed the players nominated to represent their nations at the 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage, taking place from 12 to 17 September.



The star-studded list of nominations includes world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) and No. 2 Novak Djokovic (Serbia), as well as Frances Tiafoe (USA), Borna Coric (Croatia), Alex de Minaur (Australia) and Cameron Norrie (Great Britain).


Reigning world champions Canada will be led by Denis Shapovalov in Group A in Bologna, where world No. 6 Jannik Sinner is included alongside Matteo Berrettini for the hosts.


The cities of Bologna (Italy – Group A), Manchester (Great Britain – Group B), Valencia (Spain – Group C) and Split (Croatia – Group D) will host the Group Stage events, where four teams will play in a round robin format at each venue.


The top two teams from each group will progress to the Final 8 in Malaga (21-26 November), where they will play in a knockout competition for the right to be crowned world champions.


David Haggerty, ITF President, said: “This is an exciting day and I am delighted to see the world’s best players putting themselves forward to represent their countries in this fantastic competition. The fact that so many of the game’s big names have been nominated speaks volumes of how important this event is to players across the world, and the anticipation is building as we get closer to the Group Stage.”


Feliciano Lopez, 2023 Davis Cup Finals Tournament Director, said: “As I said when the ITF gave me this role, the opportunity to represent your country is the greatest honour for any tennis player. The quality of the nominations we have seen today is proof of that and shows how much this competition means to the game’s top players from across the world. The Group Stage is going to be a very exciting week of team tennis played in front of passionate supporters, and I can’t wait for it to start.”


The full list of team nominations for the 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage are as follows.


Group A

Bologna, Italy



Denis Shapovalov

Vasek Pospisil

Gabriel Diallo

Alexis Galarneau

Captain: Frank Dancevic



Jannik Sinner

Lorenzo Musetti

Matteo Berrettini

Simone Bolelli

Fabio Fognini

Captain: Filippo Volandri



Elias Ymer

Dragos Nicolae Madaras

Leo Borg

Filip Bergevi

Andre Goransson

Captain: Johan Hedsberg



Nicolas Jarry

Cristian Garin

Alejandro Tabilo

Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera

Gonzalo Lama

Captain: Nicolas Massu


Group B

Manchester, Great Britain



Alex de Minaur

Jordan Thompson

Max Purcell

Thanasi Kokkinakis

Matthew Ebden

Captain: Lleyton Hewitt


Great Britain

Cameron Norrie

Daniel Evans

Andy Murray

Neal Skupski

Captain: Leon Smith



Adrian Mannarino

Ugo Humbert

Arthur Fils

Edouard Roger-Vasselin

Nicolas Mahut

Captain: Sebastien Grosjean



Stan Wawrinka

Marc-Andrea Hüsler

Dominic Stricker

Leandro Riedi

Alexander Ritschard

Captain: Severin Luthi


Group C

Valencia, Spain



Carlos Alcaraz

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

Roberto Bautista Agut

Marcel Granollers

Captain: David Ferrer



Novak Djokovic

Laslo Djere

Miomir Kecmanovic

Dusan Lajovic

Hamad Medjedovic

Captain: Viktor Troicki



Jiri Lehecka

Tomas Machac

Jakub Mensik

Adam Pavlasek

Captain: Jaroslav Navratil


Korea, Rep.

Soonwoo Kwon

Seongchan Hong

Yun Seong Chung

Jisung Nam

Minkyu Song

Captain: Park Seung-Kyu


Group D

Split, Croatia



Borna Coric

Borna Gojo

Dino Prizmic

Ivan Dodig

Mate Pavic

Captain: Vedran Martic



Tallon Griekspoor

Botic van de Zandschulp

Gijs Brouwer

Wesley Koolhof

Matwe Middelkoop

Captain: Paul Haarhuis



Frances Tiafoe

Tommy Paul

Mackenzie McDonald

Austin Krajicek

Rajeev Ram

Captain: Bob Bryan



Emil Ruusuvuori

Otto Virtanen

Patrick Kaukovalta

Harri Heliövaara

Patrik Niklas-Salminen

Captain: Jarkko Nieminen

The Davis Cup Finals and Qualifiers are an official part of the ATP Tour calendar, after the ITF and ATP established a new strategic collaboration on the competition’s governance in 2022.


Follow @DavisCup on Twitter and Instagram, and Davis Cup Tennis on Facebook for the latest updates on the men’s World Cup of Tennis.


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About Davis Cup

Davis Cup began in 1900 as a competition between USA and Great Britain. It is now the world’s largest annual international team competition in sport, with a record 155 nations entered in 2023.


About the ITF

The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is the world governing body of tennis. Founded in 1913, its purpose is to ensure the long-term growth and sustainability of the sport, delivering tennis for future generations in association with its 213 member National Associations. The ITF oversees the rules and regulations that govern international and national competition. The ITF is responsible for the worldwide development of tennis through its highly regarded global Development Programme, its Science and Technical department which monitors equipment and technology, and its Officiating department which oversees the education and advancement of officials. The ITF organises up to 1850 men’s, women’s, and junior tournaments on the ITF World Tennis Tour, and manages the ITF junior team competitions, ITF Beach Tennis World Tour, UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour and the ITF World Tennis Masters Tour. The ITF is the owner and rightsholder of the men’s and women’s World Cup of Tennis, Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge respectively, the two largest annual international team competitions in tennis. The ITF manages the Olympic Tennis Event on behalf of the IOC and the Paralympic Tennis Event on behalf of the IPC and the Qualification Pathways for both events at the Games. For further information please visit




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