Billie Jean King Cup Finals 2021
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The Billie Jean King Cup Finals 2021 will be held on November 1-6 in the O2 arena, Prague. The competition was previously known as Fed Cup which was renamed in 2020.

Twelve countries will be competing for the title and they are divided into four groups. Four winners from each group will advance to the semi-finals. Here you will find every detail about the Billie Jean King Cup Finals.

HOW TO WATCH

NOVEMBER

1-6

2021

Venue: O2 Arena

TV Channel: SN

TIME

5.30

AM/ET

Click Here To Live Stream on SN Now

When and Where is the Billie Jean King Cup Finals 2021?

The Billie Jean King Cup Finals will be held on November 1-6, 2021. The tournament was postponed twice. It was scheduled to take place in 2020. But due to COVID 19, the event couldn’t be on the court.

The tournament will take place in O2 Arena in Prague. You can go to the arena if you are someone from there. The arena hosted the finals five times. Budapest was selected for the location of this edition, but it didn’t happen due to the pandemic.

How to Watch Billie Jean King Cup Finals 2021?

  • Sportsnet
  • Sportsnet Now

The Billie Jean King Cup Finals live stream is available on Sportsnet. But you have to be a Sportsnet viewer and subscriber. You can also use their live streaming service SN Now to catch the events. The monthly subscription fee of SN Now will cost you $14.99 per month. You will also get 24 hours access to Sportsnet East, West, Ontario, Pacific, and Sportsnet ONE with this service.

Tournament Format:

  • Four groups are consisting of 3 teams each with ties which will be played from November 1-4.
  • There will be three matches in each tie, two singles, and doubles.
  • Four winners from each group will reach the semifinals which will be played on November 5.
  • The winners of the semi-finals will face each other in the finals.

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Groups and teams:

Group A: France, Russia, Canada
  • France v Canada (Nov 1)
  • Russia v Canada (Nov 2)
  • France v Russia (Nov 3)
Group B: Australia, Belarus, Belgium
  • Belarus v Belgium (Nov 1)
  • Australia v Belgium (Nov 2)
  • Australia v Belarus (Nov 4)
Group C: USA, Spain, Slovakia
  • Spain v Slovakia (Nov 1)
  • USA v Slovakia (Nov 2)
  • USA v Spain (Nov 3)
Group D: Czech Republic, Germany, Switzerland
  • Czech Republic v Germany (Nov 1)
  • Germany v Switzerland (Nov 2)
  • Czech Republic v Switzerland (Nov 4)

Full Lineup:

AUSTRALIABELARUSBELGIUMCANADACZECH REPUBLICFRANCE
Ajla TomljanovicAliaksandra SasnovichElise MertensRebecca MarinoBarbora KrejcikovaCaroline Garcia
Daria GavrilovaYuliya HatoukaYsaline BonaventureFrancoise AbandaMarketa VondrousovaAlize Cornet
Priscilla HonLidziya MarozavaGreet MinnenGabriella DabrowskiTereza MartincovaClara Burel
Storm SandersIryna ShymanovichKirsten FlipkensCarol ZhaoKaterina SiniakovaFiona Ferro
Olivia GadeckiVera LapkoLucie Hradecka
Ellen Perez
Captain: Alicia Molik (AUS)Captain: Tatiana Poutchek (BLR)Captain: Johan Van Herck (BEL)Captain: Sylvain Bruneau (CAN)Captain: Alicia Molik (CZE)Captain: Julien Benneteau (FRA
GERMANYRUSSIAN TENNIS FEDERATIONSLOVAKIASPAINSWITZERLANDUSA
Angelique KerberAnastasia PavlyuchenkovaAnna Karolina SchmiedlovaAliona Bolsova ZadoinovBelinda BencicJessica Pegula
Andrea PetkovicDaria KasatkinaKristina KucovaRebeka MasarovaJil TeichmannDanielle Collins
Anna-Lena FriedsamVeronika KudermetovaViktoria KuzmovaSara Sorribes TormoViktorija GolubicSloane Stephens
Jule NiemeierEkaterina AlexandrovaRebecca SramkovaNuria Parrizas-DiazStefanie VoegeleCoCo Vandeweghe
Nastasja SchunkLiudmila SamsonovaTereza MihalikovaCarla Suarez NavarroCaroline Dolehide
Captain: Rainer Schuettler (GER)Captain: Igor Andreev (RUS)Captain: Matej Liptak (SVK)Captain: Anabel Medina Garrigues (ESP)Captain: Heinz Guenthardt (SUI)Captain: Kathy Rinaldi (USA

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