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When is Davis Cup Final 8 draw?

Great Britain reached the Davis Cup Final 8 this weekend after Dan Evans and Neal Skupski overcame France in a dramatic decider.

Former world number one Andy Murray missed out on selection, but captain Leon Smith’s chosen pair saved four match points to ensure they reached the knockout stages of the competition.

Murray had previously given Great Britain a winning start against Switzerland, and then broke down after the win as he revealed he had missed his grandmother’s funeral in order to play in the tie.

Great Britain will be hoping to claim the competition for the first time since 2015 after winning all three matches to finish top of Group B.

The Davis Cup Final 8 draw will take place at 11am (BST) on Tuesday 19th September.

Details are yet to be released, but the previous draw was streamed live on The Davis Cup website and The ITF’s Youtube channel.

The quarter-finals are set to take place in Malaga from 21-26 November, where Great Britain could face either Italy or Novak Djokovic’s Serbia.

The 33 year-old Neal Skupski is the ranked third in the world in doubles, and together with Dan Evans forms Great Britain’s current first choice partnership.

Evans has also played 33 singles matches, claiming victory over France’s Arthur Ils and Australia’s Alex De Minaur in the group stages.

Andy Murray has only lost three singles matches out of the 36 he has played in the Davis Cup, and in 2015 tied with John McEnroe as the only players to play and win a maximum eight singles matches since the move to a World Group format in 1981.

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