Tennis Channel will broadcast the group stage of the Davis Cup Finals from September 12-17. The United States team, led by Frances Tiafoe and Rajeev Ram, will compete against Croatia, Netherlands, and Finland in Split, Croatia for a chance to qualify for the finals in November. This annual “World Cup of Men’s Tennis” has been played since 1900, with the United States having won the title 32 times. Tennis Channel will provide coverage of the event on its platforms, including its free streaming TV channel T2 and subscription-service Tennis Channel Plus. The tournament features 16 national teams in four European cities, with the top eight teams advancing to the finals. The United States will play its first match on September 13 against Croatia at 9 a.m. ET. The daily coverage will start at 8 a.m. ET on www.tennischannel.com/schedule. The matches will take place in Bologna, Italy; Manchester, England; Split, Croatia; and Valencia, Spain. The United States team includes top-ranked singles player Frances Tiafoe and doubles player Rajeev Ram. They will be supported by Tommy Paul and Mackenzie McDonald in the singles matches, as well as Austin Krajicek in doubles. The team is captained by Bob Bryan, who is considered one of the greatest doubles players of all time. Other notable players competing in the Davis Cup Finals include Holger Rune, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Alexander Zverev. Tennis Channel’s coverage of the event will be part of its Center Court coverage, which includes matches from around the world.