Croatia will meet France on a clay court at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille in the Davis Cup Final which gets underway on Friday.
On Thursday the draw was made in Lille with Croatia’s no.2 Borna Ćorić drawn to play the opening match against Jeremy Chardy at 2 pm.
Marin Ćilić will be next on court in the second match on Friday taking on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
On Saturday the doubles will be played with Mate Pavić and Ivan Dodig taking on France’s Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
The reverse singles on Sunday will see Čilić play Chardy and Ćorić take on Tsonga.
Davis Cup Final 2018: France v Croatia
Friday – from 2 pm:
Chardy – Ćorić
Tsonga – Čilić
Saturday – from 2 pm:
Herbert/Mahut – Dodig/Pavić
Sunday – from 1 pm:
Chardy – Čilić
Tsonga – Ćorić
This will be Croatia’s third Davis Cup final. 13 years ago Croatia won the Davis Cup beating Slovakia in the final 3-0 thanks to wins from Ivan Ljubičić and Mario Ančić. Two years ago Croatia were runners-up after being beaten in Zagreb by Argentina.