Davis Cup tennis to take over Manchester’s AO Arena once again in 2024 - full dates and details

Last year's event set records as fans flocked to see Andy Murray and Team GB.
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The Lawn Tennis Association has announced that The Davis Cup will be returning to Manchester’s AO Arena this year. The tournament, also known as the World Cup of Tennis, was a huge success when it was at the arena last year. 

In 2023, almost 37,000 fans attended the event, with the final day setting an all-time single-day GB Davis Cup attendance record of 13,000. Fans watched Team GB, France, Switzerland and Australia battle it out over six days. 

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This year, the tournament will take over the AO Arena from September 10 to 15. Team GB will return to face three other nations who will be decided in a draw later this month. 

Each nation will play three times over the six-day competition. The top two nations from each of the four groups will advance to a quarterfinal ‘Final 8’ knock-out competition held in Malaga between November 19-24.

The week of tennis at the AO Arena is also complemented by a fan village which last year was situated outside the National Football Museum. You can expect plenty more fun features like this to be announced in the coming months. 

A packed out AO Arena watches Great Britain in action in the Davis CupA packed out AO Arena watches Great Britain in action in the Davis Cup
A packed out AO Arena watches Great Britain in action in the Davis Cup

LTA Director of Major Events and Digital, Chris Pollard said: “We are delighted to bring the Davis Cup Finals Group Stage back to Manchester again this September since we saw first-hand how the fans embraced the event and how their support helped our team win their group in 2023.  We are looking forward to working with our partners at Manchester City Council, Marketing Manchester to make the Davis Cup even bigger and better this year, helping open up our sport to many more people.”

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The draw for the group stage of the Davis Cup Finals will takes place in London on Tuesday, 19 March at 14:00 local time and will be streamed live on the Davis Cup website. An announcement of when tickets will go on sale for Manchester will be released in due course.