Davis Cup live stream and tennis betting on Sweden, Finland, Portugal and more

September 3, 2019January 6th, 2022

Davis Cup action is back this week and you can follow all the tennis here at Unibet.

That’s right — we’re showing the tennis live stream of Davis Cup matches in the Europe/Africa Zone Group 1 alongside our In Play betting markets.

It means you won’t miss a shot this week as Sweden, Finland, Portugal and more battle it out on court.

You can watch and bet on all the action simply by logging in or signing up to Unibet today!

Here are three matches you won’t want to miss…

Davis Cup live stream and tennis betting

Sweden v Israel — 13-14 September

Sweden know a win over Israel here in Stockholm will secure them a place in the 2020 Davis Cup qualifiers. But this may not be as straightforward a match as it seems on paper. Israel are ranked 33 in the world, while the Swedes are only 15th.



And Sweden don’t exactly have a star-studded team competing this week. Mikael Ymer is their highest-ranked singles player (107) and his brother, Elias, is also in the top 150. But relying on this pair for a singles masterclass against Israel is not ideal.

Sweden will start this match as favourites but if you’re seeking an underdog win then keep an eye on Israel.

Finland v Austria — 13-14 September

Austria lost to Chile in the Davis Cup back in February and are seeking to bounce back from that disappointment here. And the big news for Austria is that Dominic Thiem is all set to play for the country.



Possessing the World No 4 in your ranks is huge in Davis Cup tennis, as Thiem will be expected to win both of his singles matches. Can Finland overcome this and claim victories elsewhere? It doesn’t look likely, with Emil Ruusuvuori their top-seeded player ranked 209 in the world.

Austria’s inclusion of Dennis Novak only boosts their chances of a whitewash here in Espoo.

Belarus v Portugal — 13-14 September

World No 31 Belarus host a Portugal side that is languishing low down the rankings as well. Portugal have never produced a serious assault on the Davis Cup and it looks unlikely to happen in the next few years either. And this tie is certainly one that is difficult to predict before it starts.



The only player from either side in the top 50 of the ATP rankings is Joao Sausa, who at a ranking of 44 is not exactly a powerhouse on the men’s tour. Still, the Portuguese may lead his country to victory here alongside his bother, Pedro.

Belarus should not offer much resistance in the singles matches but it will be interesting to see how they fare in the doubles. This match is worth keeping an eye on and remember, you can live stream tennis and bet In Play right here with Unibet!