Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Korea, Rep. and Netherlands seal final spots in 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage

Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Korea, Rep. and Netherlands seal final spots in 2023 Davis Cup Finals Group Stage.

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The 2023 Davis Cup by Rakuten Qualifiers have concluded, with the 16-team line-up for the 2023 Finals Group Stage (12-17 September) now set. Six more teams secured their place in the next phase of the men's World Cup of Tennis on Sunday after some thrilling action around the world.

After a sensational day of tennis, Korea, Rep. won the doubles and both singles against Belgium, coming from 2-0 down to win for the first time in their history. The hero of the day was world No.237 Hong Seong Chan.

Finland qualified for the Davis Cup finals for the first time in their history. | Sportz Point

Finland qualified for the Davis Cup finals for the first time in their history. Image: Davis Cup

Local hero Ruusuvuori recorded three wins in three matches over two days to lead Finland to a 3-1 Qualifiers victory over Argentina and into the Davis Cup Finals Group Stage for the first time.

Borna Coric helped to fire Croatia through to the Davis Cup Finals Group Stage for a fourth time after ending Austria's hopes of a fightback.

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Borna Coric defeated Dominic Thiem to take Croatia home. Image: Davis Cup

Christian Garin bounced back from a heavy defeat in impressive fashion as a boisterous home crowd drove Chile into the Finals Group Stage.

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World No.1 Wesley Koolhof and No.19 Matwe Middelkoop won their doubles match to seal a win for the Netherlands against Slovakia in front of a passionate home crowd.

The winners from this weekend's home and away Qualifiers have advanced to the 2023 Finals Group Stage, where they will join 2022 champions Canada, 2022 runners-up Australia and wild cards Italy and Spain.

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