Venues Confirmed For 2022 Davis Cup Qualifiers

Davis Cup (photo: Mateo Villalba / Quality Sport Images / Kosmos Tennis)

ITF Press Release, January 21, 2022

The ITF has announced the full list of venues for the 2022 Davis Cup by Rakuten Qualifiers on 4-5 March. Australia has confirmed they will host Hungary in Sydney, while USA will take on Colombia in Reno, Nevada. The list of venues includes three Olympic tennis event stadiums, in Seoul, Sydney and Rio de Janeiro.

The 12 Davis Cup Qualifiers span 19 time zones – from Sydney in the east to Reno in the west – and see action taking place across five continents.

The full list of Davis Cup Qualifiers is as follows:

France v Ecuador Palais des Sports, Pau, France Indoors, hard
Spain v Romania Puente Romano Club de Tenis, Marbella, Spain Outdoors, clay
Finland v Belgium Espoo Metro Areena, Espoo, Finland Indoors, hard
USA v Colombia Reno Events Center, Reno, NV, USA Indoors, hard
Netherlands v Canada Sportcampus Zuiderpark, The Hague, Netherlands Indoors, clay
Brazil v Germany Parque Olimpico Arena Tenis, Rio de Janerio, Brazil Outdoors, clay
Slovakia v Italy National Tennis Centre Arena, Bratislava, Slovakia Indoors, hard
Australia v Hungary Ken Rosewall Arena, Sydney, Australia Outdoors, hard
Norway v Kazakhstan Oslo Tennis Arena, Oslo, Norway Indoors, hard
Sweden v Japan Helsingborg Arena, Helsingborg, Sweden Indoors, hard
Argentina v Czech Republic Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina Outdoors, clay
Korea, Rep. v Austria Olympic Park Tennis Court, Seoul, Korea Rep. Indoors, hard


The 12 winning nations will join the four nations who have already qualified for the 2022 Davis Cup by Rakuten Finals – the 2021 finalists Croatia and Russian Tennis Federation and the 2022 wild cards, Serbia and Great Britain. The home-and-away ties will each consist of two singles matches on day one, followed by one doubles match and two singles matches on day two.

The World Group I and World Group II Play-offs will also be taking place on 4-5 March with teams competing for a place in September’s World Group I and World Group II ties respectively and progressing one step closer to the chance to be crowned world champions.