Davis Cup Odds, Picks & Betting Analysis for the 2022 Quarterfinals Matches

Davis Cup Odds, Picks & Betting Analysis for the 2022 Quarterfinals Matches

The Davis Cup Finals officially began in September, with the first week of competition running from September 13 to 18. Finals Group play consisted of 16 teams split across four groups, with the top two teams in each group moving on to the knockout stage, which begins this week in Malaga, Spain.

The quarterfinal pairings are as follows: Netherlands vs. Australia (November 22), Spain vs. Croatia (November 23), Germany vs. Canada (November 24), and Italy vs. the United States (November 24).

The winners of Spain-Croatia and Netherlands-Australia will play in the first semifinal on November 25, and the winners of Italy-US and Germany-Canada will play in the other semifinal on November 26. The final will take place on November 27.

The Russian Tennis Federation, winners of last year’s Davis Cup, were disqualified from this year’s competition due to sanctions as a result of its invasion of Ukraine. With that in mind, it’s time to have a look at the upcoming quarter-finals games so you can continue betting against their Tennis Odds.

Tennis Betting Rundown of the 2022 Davis Cup Quarter-finals Matchups

Davis Cup Outright Odds

  • Canada +300
  • Croatia +300
  • Spain +400
  • USA +400
  • Italy +450
  • Australia +1200
  • Germany +2000
  • Netherlands +2000

Quarterfinal Betting Options

While there’s no official odds for quarterfinal matches yet, as the exact pairings have yet to be set as of Monday, expect Croatia to win the second quarterfinal on Wednesday. Croatia finished as runners-up in 2021 and has a deep roster led by 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic. 

Normally, Croatia would have been the underdog against Spain, particularly considering the Finals will be played in Malaga. However, Spain is not only without Rafael Nadal but also world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz, who was forced to withdraw from the Davis Cup and ATP Finals due to injury. Veterans Pablo Carreno Busta and Roberto Bautista Agut will lead the charge for the Spanish team.

Canada is another great quarterfinal betting option. The Canadians have emerged as a threat on the international tennis scene after years of mediocrity.

Felix Auger-Aliassime, who won four titles this season, including three in four tournaments near the end of the season, was the first Canadian to reach the ATP Finals since Milos Raonic in 2016. He’s joined by veterans Denis Shapovalov and Vasek Pospisil, as well as young players Alexis Galarneau and Gabriel Diallo.

Canada has a favorable quarterfinal matchup against Germany, which is without its top star Alex Zverev due to injury. The German squad is headlined by Oscar Otte and Jan-Lennard Struff.

Outright Betting Pick: Canada

Canada has never won the Davis Cup, but this could be the year that the country known for ice hockey establishes itself as a force in international tennis.

Canada reached the final in 2019 but lost to Spain. Given injuries to important players on other squads (Alcaraz and Zverev, to name a few) and the fact Auger-Aliassime enters this week as one of the hottest players on tour, Canada has a real shot at winning this week.

Assuming the Canadians move past Germany, they’ll face the winner of Italy and the US in the semifinals. Italy is without its top two players in Jannik Sinner and Matteo Berrettini, while the Americans don’t have the depth that Canada has.


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