The Davis Cup is back – and looking completely different to how you've seen it before. With a brand new format, the 2019 tennis extravaganza marks the biggest revamp of the international team tennis tournament in its 119-year history. We've compiled this handy guide for watching a Davis Cup live stream on TV, online or on mobile, no matter where you are in the world.
With a host of big name stars set to play, the first instalment of the spruced up tournament looks set to be a hotly contested affair.
Led by Rafael Nadal, Spain are currently installed by the bookies as favourites, followed by France who will be fielding a team boasting the likes of Gael Monfils, Benoit Pair and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
The A-list field will also see Novak Djokovic turn out for Serbia, while Great Britain's hopes will be resting on Andy Murray following his return from long-term injury.
It's set to be an exhilarating week of action, so make sure you don't miss any of the tennis by following our 2019 Davis Cup live stream guide below.
Alongside traditional sports broadcasters who will be showing the tournament (we've listed below for each region), its also worth noting that you can also watch the action online with a subscription to the official Davis Cup online player. It costs €4.99 to watch one specific tie, and €7.99 to watch every match from a specific round. There's also a €39.99 yearly subscription which will let you watch every Davis Cup and Fed Cup match over the next 12 months.
There will be no access to the Davis Cup player in any of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France or Japan.
For your watching options in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, we have more details below – just scroll down the page.
But if you try to watch your domestic coverage from somewhere outside your home country, you'll soon find a problem…geo-blocking. That's where the broadcaster prevents you from watching the feed overseas.
Eighteen teams will take part in the week-long finals which will this year take place in Madrid. Those teams are made up of 12 winners from February's qualifying round, the four semi-finalists of the previous edition and two wild card teams. This year Great Britain have been given a wildcard along with Argentina.
The eighteen teams are divided into six groups of three for a pool stage, with the winners each group and the best two second-placed teams advancing to the knockout phases.
Each match will be in a best of three format, with two singles matches followed by a doubles match.
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