Germany vs Canada on TV, Live Stream and Live Ticker

Germany vs Canada on TV, Live Stream and Live Ticker

After a two-month break, Germany is finally back in Davis Cup today, where the DTB team will take on Canada in the quarter-finals. We reveal where you can follow the duel on TV, live stream and live ticker.

The full knockout stage of the Davis Cup will be held in Malaga, Spain. The venue is the Palacio de Deportes José Martín Carpeña, which can seat approximately 11,300 fans. It begins with the first singles on Thursday, 24 November at 4pm – the other matches (one singles, one doubles) will follow after the conclusion.

The German Tennis Federation (DTB) is sending a five-member team to Spain. In addition to Jan-Lennard Struff, Oscar Otte and Yannick Hanfman are also traveling for singles and the pairing of Tim Putz and Kevin Kravitz for doubles. Alexander Zverev continues to sit out with an ankle injury.

And what are the chances of this German selection? “We are definitely outsiders in Málaga,” Struff classified the situation in an interview with DTB: “but we don’t really have to hide”. In addition to Denis Shapovalov, the North American team also includes in-form Felix Auger-Aliassime.

If Germany managed to surprise Canada against today, you can follow it for free on TV, live stream and live ticker. Know where in this article.

Davis Cup live broadcast today: Germany vs Canada on TV and live stream

If you want to see Germany and Canada in action today, you have two options: Servus TV And DAZN. Feather Servus TV The preliminary reports start half an hour before the first match, i.e. at 3.45 pm, with moderator Nicole Oberlechner, commentators Markus Thill and Marco Hegemann and expert Christopher Kaas on duty during the knockout stage. You can find the live stream of the whole thing here servs tv on, Where, by the way, all the other doubles are running.

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Too DAZN Still included in Davis Cup, here it also starts shortly before the start of the first one. In addition to tennis, the streaming service has much more: Football (Friday and Sunday games in Bundesliga, Champions League, Serie A, Ligue 1, LaLiga), US Sports (NBA, NFL), Martial Arts, Motor Sports, Darts – with DAZN you will find him

The full program costs 29.99 Euro per month, alternatively you can save some money with an annual subscription for 274.99 Euro.

Davis Cup live today: Germany vs Canada on TV and live stream – More on DAZN

Davis Cup quarterfinals: Germany vs Canada in today’s live ticker

Alternatively, you can also access our live ticker. There we provide regular updates on the progress of individual matches.

Click here for live tickers of the quarter-final between Germany and Canada.

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