Last update: 09.04.2019
Best VPN services to unblock Davis Cup Finals
Here are the best VPN services that you can use to unblock and stream Davis Cup Finals 2019 for free:
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A VPN should offer you an easy time from the moment you set it up and all along your way. NordVPN gives you instant access and encrypts your traffic while keeping your online status private. You will be pleased with all the premium features this VPN has on the menu.
How to watch 2019 Davis Cup Finals for free
The best option to stream the finals for free with English commentary is BBC Sport. You can watch it online via BBC iPlayer. Unfortunately, this stream will be available in the UK territory only.
Here’s what you have to do to watch the event on BBC iPlayer:
- Get either ExpressVPN or NordVPN.
- After installation, launch the VPN and select a server in the UK
- Connect to the UK server and access BBC iPlayer
Now you should be able to stream Davis Cup Finals without breaking a sweat!
Other broadcasters of Davis Cup Finals
BBC Sport is not the only broadcaster of the upcoming Davis Cup Finals. Here are some other streaming services you can use to watch the event live online. Please have in mind that all of them will also be available in specific regions only.
- France – beIN
- Germany – DAZN
- Austria – DAZN
- Switzerland – DAZN
- Japan – DAZN
Official Davis Cup stream
A third option is to use the official Davis Cup stream available on its website. Getting access to all Davis Cup streams requires you to take a Yearly Subscription for €39.99 or $44. There are also cheaper packages for a specific tie or round.
Unfortunately, the only payment option is credit cards, and you can only watch the event via web browser. If that wasn’t enough, the official Davis Cup stream will be geo-blocked in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Japan.
To stream in HD, you will need to have at least 3 Mbps download speed. Therefore we suggest running a test on Ookla’s speedtest.net before you commit long-term. What’s more, if you’re planning to use a VPN to avoid geo-blocking, make sure you test your connection with a VPN on.
How to watch 2019 Davis Cup Finals live on Kodi
Kodi is a great service for streaming different content, including the Davis Cup Finals. What you need is to download the right add-on to watch the event for free.
We recommend any one of the following tennis live streaming add-ons:
- BBC iPlayer
And here’s how to install them on Kodi:
- On your home screen, click “Add-ons” on the left
- Click the “Package installer” icon on the top-left
- Click “Install from repository”
- Click “Kodi add-on repository”
- Click “Video add-ons”
- Select the add-on you want from the list, then click “Install”
Don’t forget that the content can still be geo-blocked, so you may need to use one of the aforementioned VPN services to stream the event.
How to stream Davis Cup Finals 2019 on FireTV or FireStick for free
The best way to stream Davis Cup Finals on FireTV or FireStick is by installing Kodi on it. Then you should be able to install the add-ons mentioned above and watch 2019 Davis Cup Finals for free. Again, you might need to use a VPN to access BBC iPlayer outside the UK.
Not all VPNs have a native FireTV / FireStick app, though. Therefore, its installation depends on the provider that you’ve chosen. Since we recommend NordVPN an ExpressVPN, here are the detailed instructions on how to add a VPN on FireTV / FireStick:
Which teams participate in Davis Cup Finals?
There are 18 teams in total that participate in this year’s Davis Cup Finals. Below you’ll find all of them divided into six groups:
- Great Britain
- United States
2019 Davis Cup Finals schedule
18–21 November – Round Robin (6 groups of 3 teams)
21–22 November – Quarterfinals (6 group winners plus 2 best second-place teams)
23 November – Semifinals (automatically qualifies for 2020 Davis Cup Finals)
24 November – Final