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LIVE UPDATES How And Where to Watch Davis Cup Finals 2022: live result update highlights, odds, prediction, TV schedule, score on 27 November 2022
When is the Davis Cup Finals 2022?
The tournament started on Tuesday 22nd November 2022.
It will draw to a close with the final on Sunday 27th November 2022.
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Italy and Canada will meet in the 2022 Davis Cup semi-finals after overcoming USA and Germany respectively. Both nations had to come through decisive doubles rubbers, with Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini carting the Italians to victory and Vasek Pospisil and Denis Shapovalov securing victory for the Canadians. Australia and Croatia will face off in the other semi-final.
Italy advanced to the semi-finals of the 2022 Davis Cup with a 2-1 win over the USA after a singles victory for Lorenzo Sonego and a doubles triumph for Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini.
Sonego overcame Frances Tiafoe in straight sets 6-3 7-6(7) to put Italy 1-0 ahead, but it was not quite a straightforward as the scoreline suggests with the second set lasting one hour and 22 minutes after a mammoth tie-break.
The first was wrapped up in 39 minutes as the first five games all went to serve, before the Italian broke Tiafoe in the sixth game to move 4-2 ahead.
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Tiafoe squandered the chance to capitalise on a break point of his own in the seventh game, as Sonego wrapped up the set on his serve.
The second set was something to behold, in particular the 12th game, which Sonego eventually won on his second set point.
It went to a tie-break, and despite twice gifting his opponent a mini break, the Italian held his nerve to take it 9-7 on his third match point.
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Taylor Fritz levelled the overall scores at 1-1 in a straight sets win over Lorenzo Musetti after winning the first after a tie-break.
The second set was much more routine for the world No. 9, and he finished things off with his second match point in the ninth game.
However, Italy secured their place in the last four after Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fognini beat Tommy Paul and Jack Sock 6-4 6-4.
The first eight games all went to serve, but Bolelli and Fognini moved 5-4 in front after taking their fourth break point.
The Italian duo broke through again in the second set and held on to carry Italy into the last four.
The Davis Cup Finals feels like a more muted affair in 2022, though some big names do remain in the hunt for glory.
Rafael Nadal controversially chose to opt against featuring in the tournament with Spain to embark on a South American tour with Casper Ruud.
Host nation and 2019 champions Spain were swiftly dispatched by Croatia in the knockout rounds this week to set up a semi-final encounter with Australia.
In the other half of the draw, Italy sprung a surprise over USA to reach the final four where they will face the winner of Germany v Canada.
Fans won't have as many options to watch the tournament this time around with major broadcasters snubbing the event. However, UK fans can still tune in for comprehensive coverage online.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the Davis Cup Finals 2022 tennis tournament.
How to watch and live stream Davis Cup Finals in the UK
You can tune in to watch every Davis Cup Finals match live on the Tennis Channel.
The service costs a small monthly fee, but you will be able to catch extensive coverage of the event on a range of devices, from smartphones and tablets to laptops and devices connected to streaming media players.
Davis Cup Finals 2022 schedule
All UK time.
Tuesday 22nd November
Australia v Netherlands (3pm)
Wednesday 23rd November
Croatia v Spain (3pm)
Thursday 24th November
Italy v USA (9am)
Germany v Canada (3pm)
Friday 25th November
Australia v Croatia (3pm)
Saturday 26th November
Italy v Germany/Canada (12pm)
Sunday 27th November
TBC v TBC (12pm)
GERMANY V CANADA
Canada fought back to reach the semi-finals after Vasek Pospisil and Denis Shapovalov secured victory over Germany in the doubles for a 2-1 win.
Jan-Lennard Struff drew first blood for Germany with a brilliant 6-3 4-6 7-6(2) victory over world No. 18 Denis Shapovalov.
Struff broke Shapovalov in the first game and survived a break point on his service game to move 2-0 ahead in the first set.
Both players held serve until Struff, ranked 152nd in the world, broke Shapovalov at the second opportunity in the ninth game, wrapping up the first set in 31 minutes.
The Canadian levelled things up in the second set, with the turning point arguably coming in the seventh game.
The first six games had all gone to serve up to this point, but Shapovalov broke Struff for the only time in the set and went on to pinch it.
The third set ultimately went down to the wire, with both players losing a game each on serve before Struff eased to a 7-2 win in the tie-break.
Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany returns a shot to Denis Shapovalov of Canada during the Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals 2022 match between Germany and Canada at Palacio de los Deportes Jose Maria Martin Carpena on November 24, 2022 in Malaga, Spain.Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany returns a shot to Denis Shapovalov of Canada during the Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals 2022 match between Germany and Canada at Palacio de los Deportes Jose Maria Martin Carpena on November 24, 2022 in Malaga, Spain.
Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany returns a shot to Denis Shapovalov of Canada during the Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals 2022 match between Germany and Canada at Palacio de los Deportes Jose Maria Martin Carpena on November 24, 2022 in Malaga, Spain.
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Canada were looking to Felix Auger-Aliassime to level the scores against Oscar Otte, and he duly obliged with a 7-6(1) 6-4 win.
The world No. 6 was made to sweat though and won the first set after a tie-break, after the first 12 games all went to serve.
However, the Canadian's class eventually told as Otte lost his serve three times on the tie-break which Auger-Aliassime won 7-1.
The first six games of the second set all went to serve, before Auger-Aliassime broke the German in the seventh game. He secured the win for Canada in the 10th game, winning it to love and ending the contest in one hour and 45 minutes.
That meant it all came down to the doubles, with Shapovalov banishing his earlier defeat by teaming up with Pospisil for a 2-6 6-3 6-3 win.
Canada and Italy will now meet in the semi-finals, with Australia and Croatia facing off on the other half of the draw.farewteeyrty