2012 Davis Cup World Cup, First Round Schedule

This article is about the schedule of the first round of the Davis Cup 2012 World Group. The schedule will be from 10 to 12 February. Total 16 teams were participating out of them eight teams were seeded. For more information, see the article below.

At the 2012 Davis Cup World Group level 16 teams will participate in the First Round. Three new teams which were not in the 2011 Davis Cup World Group stage has make their entry into this years Davis Cup competition. Canada, Italy, and Japan are these three teams. Belgium, India and Romania make the way for these teams. The first roun of this World Group will be held in the month of February.

Last years champion Spain is given the top most seeding in the competition. And last years finalist Argentina is second seeded. Total eight teams have been seeded for the competition. These eight teams are -

8 Seeded Teams in 2012 Davis Cup World Group

  • Spain
  • Argentina
  • Serbia
  • France
  • Czech Republic
  • United States
  • Croatia
  • Russia

Other Teams

  • Austria
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland

Schedule (Date & Venue) of first round of the 2012 Davis Cup World Group stage

  • 1st Match (from 10-12 February):
    Spain vs. Kazakhstan (Palacio Municipal de los Deportes, Oviedo (Spain))
  • 2nd Match (from 10-12 February):
    Russia vs. Austria (At Arena Nova, Wiener Neustad (Austria))
  • 3rd Match (from 10-12 February):
    France vs. Canada (At Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre, Vancouver (Canada))
  • 4th Match (from 10-12 February):
    Switzerlan vs. United States (At Forum ribourg, Fribourg (Switzerland))
  • 5th Match (from 10-12 February):
    Italy vs. Czech Republic (CEZ Arena (Czech Republic))
  • 6th Match (from 10-12 February):
    Serbia vs. Sweden (Hala Cair, Nis (Serbia))
  • 7th Match (from 10-12 February):
    Japan vs. Croatia (Bourbon Beans Dome, Kobe (Japan))
  • 8th Match (from 10-12 February):
    Germany vs. Argentina (Stechert Arena, Bamberg (Germany))

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