Next tie 18-20 September 2015
Netherlands will challenge last year's champions Switzerland, hoping to get back into the World Group after a year's absence.
Last tie 17-19 July 2015
Netherlands pulled off an excellent victory in Austria, as both Thiemo De Bakker and Robin Haase defeated Austrian No. 1 Dominic Thiem in singles rubbers. The score was tied after the first day's play but Haase and 2015 Wimbledon champion Jean-Julien Rojer fought off Oliver Marach and Jurgen Melzer in straight sets to edge the Dutch ahead. Then Haase sealed the win for his side by beating Thiem in the fourth rubber to put the Netherlands in with another chance of getting back into the World Group.
Netherlands enjoyed its best Davis Cup run in 2001, when it reached the semifinals. Dutchman Michiel Schapers was involved in the joint-longest set of a Davis Cup singles rubber - 46 games - in 1987.
Next Tie18 Sep 2015
World Group, Play-off - Play-off Round