December 8, 2022

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The finals without Giorgi were against the Swiss and the Canadians. Project, competitions and blue opponents

It will beEmirates Stadium Glasgow, Scotland will host the Billie Jean King Cup 2022 finals, a prestigious women’s competition for national teams. With the draw last July, the top 4 groups have already been outlined 12 National The 2022 edition of the program will start from 8th November next.

Each team of 12 finalists will face the other two in the group, passing through the round First classified For each group, you will go to play semi-final.

l’Italy Pulled in Group ATogether Canada And Swiss, which makes it the #1 ranking of the competition. The matches for the semi-finals are as follows: the winner of Group A will face the winner of Group D, while the winner of Group B will face the winner of Group C.

Format of BJK 2022

The teams will compete in the matches Two odd and one double; Singles are played with the usual advantages, and at 6-6 it goes to a tie-break; Doubles will be played ad-free with a super tie-break at ten points instead of the third set.

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Billie Jean King Cup 2022 groups

  • Group A – Switzerland (#1), Canada, Italy
  • Group B – Australia (# 2), Slovakia, Belgium
  • Group C – Spain (# 3), Kazakhstan, Great Britain
  • Group D – Czech Republic (# 4), USA, Poland

Italy, without Camilla Giorgi, lost due to injury

Blue, led Tatiana Corbin, They had to deal with the shell of Camila Giorgi’s injury in the last few hours: the plantar fasciitis that has been bothering Marche since last August has put the tennis player out of action again.

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The Italian trip will be with 4 players instead of 5 in Scotland, as per the same captain Corbin’s choice, who decided not to replace that player.

So, this is Italy’s final form in the tournament:

  • Lucia Bronzetti (#60)
  • Elizabeth Gociaretto (#64)
  • Jasmine Paulini (#63)
  • Martina Trevisan (#27)

The quintet, which finished in the preliminary stage, qualified among the top 12 nations by reaching the finals by winning the round played last April. France, 3 to 1.

Italy is one of only four national teams to have participated in all editions of the Billie Jean King Cup. Palms There have been four dedicated Fed Cups – the tournament’s namesake – from 1995 to 2019 (2006, 2009, 2010 and 2013), one final (2007) and five semi-finals (1999, 2002, 2011, 2012 and 2014).

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Switzerland and Canada are blue’s rivals

The Swiss Last edition’s finalists were beaten 2-0 by Russia, with man of the match, Belinda Bencic (currently #16 WTA), defeated by Lyudmila Samsonova. A second place finish in the finals in Prague 2021 allowed the Rosicrucian to secure the #1 spot in this year’s tournament.

The CanadaFor its part, Russia’s defeat in the 2021 edition saw them unable to reach the finals, while this year they found their way to the finals with a 4-0 victory over the Latvian side. .

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The squads and players of the 12 teams participating in the 2022 finals of the Billie Jean King Cup

Group A

Italy

  • Captain: Tatiana Corbin (ITA)
  • Martina Trevisan
  • Lucia Bronzetti
  • Jasmine Paulini
  • Elisabetta Cosciaretto
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Switzerland (#1)

  • Capital: Heinz Guenthardt (SUI)
  • Belinda Bencic
  • Jill Teichman
  • Viktorija Kolubik
  • Simona Waltert

Canada

  • Capital: Sylvain Bruno (CAN)
  • Lela Fernandez
  • Bianca Andreescu
  • Rebecca Marino
  • Carol Zhao
  • Gabriela Dabrowski

Group B

Australia (#2)

  • Captain: Alicia Molick (AUS)
  • Ajla Tomljanovic
  • Priscilla Hon
  • Storm Sanders
  • Ellen Perez
  • Samantha Stozer

Slovakia

  • Captain: Matej Liptak (SVK)
  • Anna Karolina Schmidtlova
  • Victoria Kuzmova
  • Rebecca Sramkova
  • Teresa Mihalykova
  • Renata Zamrichova

Belgium

  • Captain: Johan van Herg (BEL)
  • Elise Mertens
  • Alison van Uytvank
  • Marina Janewska
  • Ysaline Bonaventure
  • Kirsten Flipkens

Group C

Spain (#3)

  • Captain: Anabel Medina Garrix (ESP)
    Bala Padosa
    Nuria Parisas-Diaz
    Christina Buksa
    Alyona Bolsova
    Rebecca Maserova

Kazakhstan

  • Captain: Yaroslava Shvedova (KAZ)
  • Elena Rybakina
  • Yulia Putintseva
  • Zibek Kulambayeva
  • Anna Danilina

England

  • Captain: Anne Keothavang (GBR)
  • Harriet Dart
  • Katie Boulder
  • Heather Watson

Group D

Czech Republic (#4)

  • Captain: Petr Bala (CZE)
  • Barbora Krejcikova
  • Karolina Pliskova
  • Katerina Siniakova
  • Marketa Vondrusova

America

  • Captain: Cathy Rinaldi (USA)
  • Jessica Pegula
  • Coco Coffee
  • Madison Keys
  • Daniel Collins
  • Taylor Townsend

Poland

  • Captain: David Selt (POL)
  • Magda Lynette
  • Magdalena Frech
  • Katharsina Kava
  • Martina Kupka
  • Alija Rosolska

Billie Jean King Cup Finals 2022 Calendar – Glasgow, Scotland

November 10

  • 11.00 am Italy-Canada, Group A
  • 11.00 Belgium-Australia, Group B
  • 17.00 Czech Republic-Poland, Group D
  • 17.00 Spain v Great Britain, Group C

11 November

  • 11.00 Switzerland-Canada, Group A
  • 17.30 Czech Republic v USA, Group D

November 10

  • 11.00 am Italy-Canada, Group A
  • 11.00 Belgium-Australia, Group B
  • 17.00 Czech Republic-Poland, Group D
  • 17.00 Spain v Great Britain, Group C

11 November

  • Switzerland-Canada, Group A
  • 17.30 Czech Republic v USA, Group D

November 12

  • 11.00 Semi Final 1
  • 17.00 Second semi-final 2

November 13