A full-strength Canadian side saw off Colombia 3-2 to maintain its place in the World Group for 2015. Vasek Pospisil got the Canadians off to a dream start when he defeated Santiago Giraldo 63 76(2) 63. Milos Raonic then gave the North Americans a 2-0 lead with a 63 63 62 win over Alejandro Gonzalez.
Colombian doubles pair Juan-Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah kept Colombian hopes alive by defeating Daniel Nestor and Pospisil 76(4) 76(7) 64, leaving Raonic the chance to clinch the tie for the Canadians when he took on Giraldo. Raonic made no mistake, winning 61 76(2) 75 to give Canada a 3-1 win. Gonzalez then defeated Frank Dancevic in the dead rubber for a final score of 3-2 to Canada.