Davis Cup Hospitality Tickets
Explore our Davis Cup Hospitality Packages
The Davis Cup, one of Tennis’ most prestigious competitions is set to return once again in 2024 with excitement and anticipation building for fans across the globe.
The Davis Cup has a more than 120 year history, with the tournament being played for the very first time between USA and Great Britain all the way back in 1900. It was the United States who won the original Davis Cup by a 3-0 margin.
Fast forward to 2022, and the most recent winner of the Davis Cup was Canada who were able to beat Australia 2-0 in the Final in Málaga. The winner for 2023 is yet to be crowned, but Great Britain have made it to the final eight, where they will face Serbia in November 2023.
Excitement is already building for the 2024 Davis Cup. The qualifiers for the next Davis Cup Finals will begin on Monday 29th January 2024, with the group stage then getting underway a few months later on Monday 9th September 2024.
At Eventmasters, we are delighted to offer two VIP Hospitality Packages so that you can enjoy the action in some style. Firstly, with our First Serve Packages includes: a premium seat behind the team’s bench, drinks at the start of play, pre-match bites as well as refreshments and snacks between matches. As for our Level 6 Packages, it includes a plethora of VIP experiences such as: a ticket to the presidential stand, canapes upon arrival, a three course buffet lunch, full afternoon tea and post-match small bites.
More about the Davis Cup:
The Davis Cup has a long history having been founded more than 120 years ago in 1900 with the United States beating Great Britain in the first ever tournament 3-0. Back in those days, only these two nations took part, but nowadays 155 countries are being represented in the Davis Cup. The US won it again in 1902 before the UK won the next 3 in a row (1904 – 1906).
It was not until 1927 that someone who was not the UK, USA or Australasia (now Australia) won the Davis Cup with France taking home the title that year. France then went on to win it 5 times in the next 5 years between 1928 and 1932. The UK, USA and Australia then resumed their dominance until South Africa won the Davis Cup in 1974.
5 years earlier in 1969, the competition expanded so that 50 countries would compete for the Davis Cup for the very first time. Fast forward to 1981 and the format was changed once again to a 16 nation World Group with nations split into regional zone groups with promotion and relegation now a factor. The 1980s were dominated by Sweden and Germany with 3 wins and 6 wins in this decade respectively.
In 2019, the current format was introduced with 18 nations in one venue, with the most recent winner (in 2022) being Canada, who were able to defeat Australia 2-0.
The most recent win for Great Britain came in 2015 when Belgium were defeated 3-1 in Ghent, Belgium.
After finishing top of Group B, Great Britain have been drawn against Serbia in the Davis Cup Final 8, with ties set to take place between 21st and 26th November 2023. It was three wins from three in the Group Stages for Great Britain – they were 2-1 winners against Australia, before they went on to beat Switzerland and France by the same score line.
The ties for the Final 8 are to be as follows:
- Serbia v Great Britain
- Canada v Finland
- Czech Republic v Australia
- Italy v Netherlands
The country with the most Davis Cup wins is the United States with 32, followed by Australia (28), Great Britain (10), France (10), Sweden (7) and Spain (6).
Some will already be looking ahead to the 2024 Davis Cup. Qualifying for the next tournament’s finals begin on Monday 29th January 2024, before the Group Stages get underway a few months later on Monday 9th September 2024.
At Eventmasters, we want you to enjoy all of the world class tennis action in VIP style, and we offer 2 fantastic hospitality packages. Firstly, with our First Serve Package includes: a premium seat behind the team’s bench, drinks at the start of play, pre-match bites as well as refreshments and snacks between matches.
As for our Level 6 Package, it includes a plethora of VIP experiences such as: a ticket to the presidential stand, canapes upon arrival, a three course buffet lunch, full afternoon tea and post-match small bites.
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