The 21-year-old claimed 12 out of the last 15 games to seal his country's place in November's final.
The former champions have their eyes set on one of the wild cards up for grabs in 2019.
The 46-year-old doubles legend has officially retirement from tennis following his loss in Toronto on Saturday.
Mike Bryan and Ryan Harrison edged Mate Pavic and Ivan Dodig 7-5 7-6 (8-6) 1-6 6-7 (5-7) 7-6 (7-5) in Zadar in a thrilling match after...
Julien Benneteau was the star man as he and Nicolas Mahut lead France into a second consecutive Davis Cup final.
-Toronto, ON Denis Shapovalov has become one of the most exciting players in mens tennis. He proved it once again on his home court in Toronto...
Croatia leads 2-0 over the USA after Borna Coric and Marin Cilic scored two straight-set wins in the first two singles rubber matches on outdoor clay...
Lucas Pouille edged out Roberto Bautista Agut in five sets to give France a 2-0 lead over Spain in their Davis Cup semi-final in Lille.
On the eve of the Davis Cup, players from the ATP Tour speak about the biggest topic in tennis right now.
Benoit Paire will make his Davis Cup debut in the opening rubber singles match against Pablo Carreno Busta in World Group semifinal clash against Spain in...
-Toronto, ON One of eight Davis Cup World Group playoff ties will take place this weekend in Toronto, Ontario Canada. In the same city as the...
The former world No.1 faces the prospect of potentially not playing another competitive match in the city where he was born following his latest decision.
The duo will be absent from the team event as they deal with their own issues away from the court.
Roger Federer has explained that he hopes that the ITF will make some amendments to the Davis Cup changes.
Madrid will host the first Davis Cup Finals in 2019, with Lille and Indian Wells to host the next two years.
Players including Lucas Pouille and John Millman have aimed their anger over the Davis Cup reforms that were approved today.
The Davis Cup will receive a transformation next year after the reforms received a 71% majority at the AGM meeting in Orlando.
After a series of discussions, the LTA has outlined three reasons why they will not back the overhaul of the 118-year-old competition.
Later this week the general assembly of the ITF will decide the fate of the most famous men's tennis team competition in the world.
The future of the 118-year-old event will be decided later this week amid a division amongst European tennis federations in the sport.