2019 Davis Cup Finals Odds & Betting Preview

2019 Davis Cup Finals Odds & Betting Preview

Written by on November 18, 2019

With the 2019 Davis Cup, set to get underway from November 18-24 live from Madrid, Spain, it’s time to take a look at who’s in action in the fun-filled event and which nations are offering the best value against their ATP odds to win the highly competitive tournament.

18 countries will take place in this year’s event. Four semifinalists from the previous year, two wildcard teams, and 12 winners of the qualifier round that took place in February of this year will be going all-out for the ‘bragging rights’ win!

The 18 teams have been divided into six round-robin groups of three teams. The winner of each group and the two best second-place teams will be advance to the quarterfinals.

2019 Davis Cup Finals Odds & Betting Preview

  • When: November 18th to 24th
  • Where: Madrid, Spain
  • TV: Tennis Channel
  • Live Stream: DavisCup.com

Odds to Win the 2019 Davis Cup

  • Spain +250
  • France +500
  • Croatia +600
  • Russia +600
  • Serbia +650
  • USA +750
  • Australia +800
  • Germany +1000
  • Argentina +1400
  • Great Britain +2000
  • Italy +2500
  • Canada +2800
  • Belgium +5000
  • Chile +6600
  • Japan +6600

Last 5 Davis Cup Winners

  • 2014: Switzerland 3 France 1
  • 2015: Great Britain 3 Belgium 1
  • 2016: Argentina 3 Croatia 2
  • 2017: France 3 Belgium 2
  • 2018: Croatia 3 France 1

Group A Odds

  • France -140
  • Serbia +235
  • Japan +800

Serbia is led by World No. 2 Novak Djokovic but France looks like the team to come out of this group based on the fact that they have four of the top-30 ranked players in the world on court in No. 10 Gael Monfils, No. 22 Lucas Pouille, No. 24  Benoit Paire and No. 29 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Group B Odds

  • Spain +110
  • Russia +125
  • Croatia +400

Spain has two of the world’s top 30 players in No. 1 Rafael Nadal and No. 9 Roberto Batista Agut, but I like Russia for the ‘upset’ win here based on the fact that they’re sending out No. 4 Daniil Medvedev, No. 17 Karen Khachanov and No. 23 Andrey Rublev.

Group C Odds

  • Germany -120
  • Argentina +100
  • Chile +1400

Germany is favored in this group, but they won’t have World No. 7 Sascha Zverev in action. Argentina is led by World No. 15 Diego Schwartzman and No. 60 Guido Pella. World No. 74 Nicolas Jarry and Chile have no chance of advancing, making Argentina the pick here for me.

Group D Odds

  • Australia -250
  • Belgium +200
  • Colombia +1400

Australia will turn to world No. 30 Nick Kyrgios, blossoming world No. 18 Alex De Minaur and world No. 80 John Millman in what looks like the easiest group to pick in the opening round.  Belgium World No. 7, David Goffin is the only other player ranked inside the World top 50.

Group E Odds

  • Great Britain -250
  • Kazakhstan +400
  • Netherlands +400

Three-time grand slam champion Andy Murray will lead Great Britain and he’s got some decent help in former top 20 player Kyle Edmund and brother Jamie Murray. Kazakhstan and Netherlands are real longshots to come out of this group.

Group F Odds

  • United States +125
  • Canada +180
  • Italy +225

The U.S. team will be led by world No. 25 Taylor Fritz, No. 45 Sam Querrey, No. 47 Frances Tiafoe and world No. 121 Jack Sock. Canada will be led by World No. 15 Dennis Shapovalov and former Top 30 player Vasek Pospisil, but the loss of Milos Raonic is a huge blow for the Canadians. Italy will have a god chance to come out of this group with Word No. 8 Matteo Berrettini, world No. 74 Andreas Seppi and world No. 108 Fabio Fognini leading the way.


While Spain is the prohibitive favorite, I’m going with Croatia, first, Russia, second and France for third!

Top 3 Picks

  • Croatia
  • Russia
  • France