Tennis_Davis Cup


Davis Cup by BNP PARIBAS

Thursday 23rd - Sunday 26th

GO Sports

France and Belgium will meet for the first time since 2001 when they go head-to-head in the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Final at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille.
France is looking to win its 10th Davis Cup title – but first since 2001 – and join Great Britain in joint third-place on the all-time list of Davis Cup champions. Belgium, meanwhile, is eyeing its first title in its third appearance in the Final, having finished runner-up in both 1904 and 2015.
France has won the two most recent encounters between the two nations – in the World Group first round in Pau in 1999 and the World Group semifinals in Ghent in 2001. The Belgians have not won a tie on French soil since 1952, when they won 3-2 on the clay of Roland Garros.
France progressed to the title decider following a 3-1 victory over Serbia in Lille, while Belgium recovered from 1-2 down to defeat Australia in a thrilling tie in Brussels.

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