ITF Confirms Dates For 2014 Davis Cup Calendar

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The ITF confirmed the calendar dates for the 2014 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas:

World Group first round January 31 – February 2

World Group quarterfinals April 4-6

World Group semifinals and play-offs September 12-14

World Group Final November 21-23

 

The draw for the 2014 Davis Cup competition will take place in London on Wednesday, September 18.

The 2013 Davis Cup World Group semifinals and World Group play-offs will take place on September 13-15. In the semifinals, Serbia is at home to Canada, and Czech Republic is at home to Argentina. The winners will contest the World Group Final on November 15-17.

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