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Summary

  1. Watch live coverage of the final singles matches
  2. Belgium beat Australia 3-2 and will face France in the Davis Cup final
  3. Darcis v Thompson 6-4, 7-5, 6-2
  4. Earlier - Goffin beats Kyrgios 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4
  5. Jordan Thompson replaces John Millman for Australia
  6. France beat Serbia 3-1 to reach the Davis Cup final
  7. Tsonga beats Lajovic 2-6, 6-2, 7-6, 6-2
  8. Pouille v Djere not played due to France's progression to the final

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Belgium to face France in final

    Belgium will face France in the final of the 2017 Davis Cup after Belgium came back from 2-1 to beat Australia 3-2.

    Steve Darcis beat Australia's Jordan Thompson, earlier David Goffin had beaten Nick Kyrgios to pull the tie back to 2-2.

    France made it in to the final after Jo-Wilfred Tsonga beat Serbia's Dusan Lajovic in the days other match.

    Steve Darcis
  2. Today's singles

    Will Kyrgios send Australia into the final?

    Nick Kyrgios has the opportunity to send Australia into the Davis Cup final for the first time in 14 years. His opponent, Belgium's David Goffin won his singles rubber on Friday but has not beaten Kyrgios in three attempts this season. He will have to if he wants to extend the tie into a deciding game.

    If Goffin wins, Steve Darcis and Jordan Thompson will face each other in the deciding match having both lost in Friday's opening games.

    Nick Kyrgios
    Image caption: Nick Kyrgios hopes to clinch Australia's place in the Davis Cup final
  3. How they got to the semi-finals

    France beat Great Britain 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance to the semis, while Serbia advanced to the semis by beating Spain 4-1. They face each other in Lille, France.

    Australia reached the semi-finals by beating the USA 3-2 in Brisbane back in April while Belgium got through their quarter-final with a 3-2 win against Italy. Their match is in Brussels, Belgium.

    France & Serbia
  4. Interesting stats

    • Belgium is the only country of the four semi-finalists to have never won the competition.
    • Australia stands in 2nd place on the list for most Davis Cup titles (28), behind only the USA (32) and ahead of Great Britain in 3rd (10).
    • France is contesting the semi-finals for the 3rd time in the last 4 years.
    • France has won 6 of its last 7 home ties. Its only loss in that time came in the 2014 Final when the team fell to Switzerland 3-1.
    • Serbiais bidding to reach the Davis Cup Final for the 3rd time in its history.
    Belgium v Australia
  5. Today's singles

    France need one point to reach the final

    Friday's winning players Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Dusan Lajovic are first up in Lille with Serbia needing the victory to take the tie to a deciding rubber. Tsonga, who won imperiously in straight sets on Friday, will hope to clinch France's place in their first Davis Cup final since 2014.

    If Lasovic wins, teammate Laslo Djere will face Lucas Pouille in the final singles game Both players were disappointing in defeat on Friday - who will be the match-winner today?

    Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
    Image caption: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has the chance to send France into the final
  6. BBC TV and online coverage times

    Follow live BBC coverage as France meet Serbia and Belgium take on Australia in the semi-finals of the 2017 Davis Cup.

    Sunday, 17 September

    11:55-21:00, France v Serbia, Davis Cup semi-finals, Connected TV and online

    12:55-22:00, Belgium v Australia, Davis Cup semi-finals, Connected TV and online

    All times BST