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Davis Cup: Canada defending its title
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Canada will begin the final phase of its Davis Cup defense on Tuesday when it plays its quarterfinal match against Finland in Malaga, Spain.
The The maple leaf team qualified for the Davis Cup finals in September by finishing first in a group that also included Italy, Chile and Sweden.
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Thus, the Canadian players will try to retain their title, but also to imitate what their female counterparts have achieved very recently, by awarding the Billie Jean King Cup, the women's version of the Davis Cup. Félix Auger-Aliassime, Gabriel Diallo, Alexis Galarneau, Vasek Pospisil and Milos Raonic will be Canada's representatives. Finland, for its part, will be represented by Emil Ruusuvuori, Otto Virtanen, Patrick Kaukkovalta, Harri Heliovaara and Patrik Niklas-Salminen. In case of victory, Canada will face the Czech Republic or Australia in the final four. The other four teams in the Davis Cup finals are Italy, the Netherlands, Serbia and Great Britain.
In 2022, Canada lifted the Davis Cup after defeating Germany, Italy and Australia in the final phase.