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Lexus, official partner of the Davis Cup Madrid Finals 2019

The Davis Cup, which takes place from November 18 to 24, has been renewed from top to bottom. On this occasion, eighteen national teams will compete first in a group stage divided into six groups of three. The six winners and the best two runners-up, based on the number of sets and games won, will qualify for the quarterfinals. Finally, the champions of the competition will be crowned after the completion of the knockout phase from Thursday to Sunday.

The clashes between the eighteen countries participating in the Davis Cup Madrid Finals – Germany, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Spain, United States, France, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Russia and Serbia– which will consist of two singles matches and one doubles match, all played on the same day.

The arrival of this competition at the Caja Mágica de Madrid has been possible thanks to the joint commitment made by the Community and the Madrid City Council, with communications, the hospitality capacity and the cultural offer of the city being points in favor to make possible the allocation of the Davis Cup 2019. Lexus, meanwhile, will take the opportunity to launch a special edition of the hybrid UX 250h, based on the F Sport finish of the model range, with the aim of commemorating its sponsorship. This edition will incorporate front and rear protectors, as well as side skirts, in a color specially created for the model.

The firm has become the official car of one of the most important sporting events of the year. In addition, during the competition week, it has organized initiatives for the Lexus customer who is among the public. Thus, the customer will only have to show the key to their Lexus car to be able to access the Omotenashi space , where they can exclusively enjoy sensations closely linked to the brand.

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