USA will face Italy in Davis Cup Finals Group E, from 16.00 CET, in Turin, Italy. The games 2021 Davis Cup Finals takes place on indoor hard courts and is a best-of-three series featuring two singles and one doubles match.Bet on USA - Italy with 1xBet
2021 Davis Cup Finals: Best bets on USA vs Italy
Bookmakers from 1xBet see USA as the favorite for this match. Mardy Fish's side has 1.69 for a victory, while Australia has 2.11 to win.
Bet365 offers 1.75 for USA to win Davis Cup Finals Group E, while Italy has 2.00.
Where to Watch USA vs Italy
The duel between USA and Italy will be broadcast live on CBS Sports App. The broadcast from Turin begins at 15.50 CET, ten minutes before the start.Bet on USA - Italy with 1xBet
2021 Davis Cup Finals: USA team nominations
USA players were the first Davis Cup champions – in 1900 – and with 32 titles they have won more than any other nation in the competition.
- John Isner (#24 ATP singles);
- Reilly Opelka (#26 ATP singles);
- Frances Tiafoe (#38 ATP singles);
- Jack Sock (#147 ATP singles);
- Rajeev Ram (#4 ATP doubles);
- Captain: Mardy Fish;
2021 Davis Cup Finals: Italy team nominations
Despite debuting in 1922, Italy has only lifted the Silver Salad Bowl once, in 1976, with former captain Corrado Barazzutti as part of that team. They have been finalists on six further occasions but have never regained the title.
- Jannik Sinner (#10 ATP singles);
- Lorenzo Sonego (#27 ATP singles);
- Fabio Fognini (#37 ATP singles);
- Lorenzo Musetti (#59 ATP singles);
- Simone Bolelli (#25 ATP doubles);
- Captain: Filippo Volandri;
2021 Davis Cup Finals: Format
18 teams compete in Davis Cup Finals. We have six round-robin groups of three teams. Three cities host the six groups: Madrid (Spain) - Group A and Group B, Innsbruck (Austria) - Group C and Group F, and Turin (Italy) - Group D and Group E.
The six group winners plus the two second-placed teams with the best records based on sets and games won will qualify for the quarter-finals.
The Davis Cup champions will be crowned after the completion of the knockout phase.
The two finalists will automatically qualify for the 2022 Finals. The teams finishing 3rd-18th will take part in the 2022 Qualifiers. Two nations from the Qualifiers will continue to be eligible for wild cards into the Finals.
2021 Davis Cup Finals: Schedule
- Group stage: 25th November – 28th November (Madrid – two games, Innsbruck and Turin);
- Quarter-finals: 29th November – 2nd December (Madrid – two games, Innsbruck and Turin);
- Semi-finals: 3rd December – 4th December (Madrid);
- Final: 5th December (Madrid);