If you can’t make it to the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Group quarterfinals in person this weekend here’s where you can follow all the action on TV.
The feature tie between Switzerland and Kazakhstan is being shown on more than 20 channels around the world as Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka look to move one step closer to realising their ambition of winning Davis Cup.
In Switzerland, the tie will be shown live on SRF 2, RTS deux and RSI due, while Kaz Sport will feature live coverage of Mikhail Kukushkin and co trying to derail the Federinka Express.
Further south, Supertennis are showing live coverage of the Davis Cup tie between Italy and Great Britain, with both teams looking to reach the semifinals for the first time in over 15 years.
The away broadcasters for the tie in Naples are British Eurosport and BBC, as the Brits hope that world No. 8 Andy Murray proves the difference between the two teams.
A strong French team will be without Richard Gasquet for their quarterfinal against Germany and you can watch all of the action on France TV, Sport +, Sat 1 Gold and ran.de.
The first tie to start on April 4 features last year’s champions Czech Republic in action against quarterfinal newcomers Japan.
Wowow will be showing live coverage in Japan, while CT Sport will feature the tie for the away team.
And if all of that isn’t enough to whet your appetite you can follow live streaming of all four ties on DavisCup.tv as well as keep up-to-date with all of the scores, news, audio and video from every tie taking place this weekend on DavisCup.com.