Davis Cup World Group play-off draw sends Germany to Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic will take on Germany for the right to play in next year's Davis Cup World Group

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

The Dominican Republic will take on Germany for the right to play in next year’s Davis Cup World Group.

The draw for the 2015 World Group play-offs took place Tuesday at the ITF headquarters in London. The World Group play-offs will take place on 18-20 September alongside the World Group semi-finals.

The winning nations in the World Group play-offs will qualify for the 2016 World Group, while the losing nations will compete in their respective Zone Group I events in 2016.

In the World Group semi-finals, Great Britain will be at home to Australia, and Belgium will be at home to Argentina.

Seeds for the draw were based on the latest ITF Davis Cup Nations Ranking of 20 July.

2015 World Group play-offs (18-20 September)

India (c) v Czech Republic (s)
Switzerland (s) (c) v Netherlands
Russia (c) v Italy (s)
Uzbekistan (c) (*) v USA (s)
Colombia (c) v Japan (s)
Dominican Republic (c) (*) v Germany (s)
Brazil (c) v Croatia (s)
Poland (c) v Slovakia (s)

(s) denotes seeded nation
(c) denotes choice of ground
(*) denotes choice of ground determined by lot

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