Athens will play host to the Europe Group III event, with Greece expecting Australian Open semifinalist Stefanos Tsitsipas to make his Davis Cup debut for the hosts. Greece will take on Luxembourg, Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Monaco, Montenegro and FYR Macedonia at the Tatoi Club from September 11-14, with the ties to be played on outdoor clay.
The Africa Group III event will also take place in Nairobi, Kenya from September 11-14. The hosts will face Tunisia, Benin, Namibia, Nigeria, Algeria, Mozambique and Madagascar on the clay courts of the Nairobi Club.
Eleven nations will clash in Costa Rica at the Americas Group III event, which will take place from June 17-22. The Costa Rica Country Club in Escazu, San Jose, will play host to the event on outdoor hard courts, as the hosts battle the Bahamas, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cuba, Panama, Antigua & Barbuda, Bermuda, Trinidad & Tobago and the US Virgin Islands.
The Asia/Oceania Group III event follows a week later, with Singapore set to host at the OCBC Arena on indoor hard courts from June 26-29. Awaiting them in the group are Vietnam, Iran, Kuwait, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Syria and Malaysia.
Brazzaville will play host to the Africa Group IV event from June 26-29, where host nation Congo will face Cameroon, Rwanda, Botswana, Ghana, Uganda, and Cote D’Ivoire on the hard courts of the Complexe Sportif Concorde de Kintele.
The Europe Group IV event will take place at San Marino’s Centro Tennis Cassa di Risparmio from July 15-20. The hosts are one of 10 nations who will compete on outdoor clay, alongside Liechtenstein, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Iceland, Andorra, Armenia, Albania and Kosovo.
In September, Jordan will host the Asia/Oceania Group IV event at the National Tennis Federation base in Amman. Seven hard courts will cater for the 15 nations involved, with the hosts taking on Pacific Oceania, Oman, UAE, Cambodia, Mongolia, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, Turkmenistan, Iraq, Bangladesh, Guam, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.