The final 16 Davis Cup teams have confirmed their places in the 2023 competition following a weekend of 12 gripping qualifiers that took place between February 3 and 5.
Korea Republic produced the biggest shock of the weekend after bouncing back from 2-0 down to beat Belgium 3-2. Finland also made history and reached their first-ever group stage of a Davis Cup tournament by eliminating Argentina with a 3-1 victory.
Teams from Great Britain, Serbia, Switzerland, Sweden, the USA and France also reached the Davis Cup group stages after navigating their qualifiers last weekend. In addition, the Netherlands, Croatia, Chile and the Czech Republic successfully qualified.
The 12 recently qualified teams will join Canada, who automatically qualified after winning the 2022 Davis Cup. Australia also earned their place in this season's competition after finishing second to Canada with a 2-0 loss in the 2022 final.
Spain and Italy also qualified early for the 2023 tournament as the two European teams enter as the wildcards.
The venue for the final group stages has not yet been announced. But these matches will start on September 12, 2023, and conclude on September 17, when eight teams will progress to the final stage.
Then the finals will take place in Malaga, Spain between November 21 and 26, 2023.