Davis Cup: Great Britain could play France in the quarter-finals

France captain Yannick Noah (left) celebrates with Pierre-Hugues Herbert after their victory in Tokyo
France captain Yannick Noah (left) celebrates with Pierre-Hugues Herbert after their victory in Tokyo
Davis Cup: Canada v Great Britain
Venue: TD Place Arena, Ottawa Dates: 3-5 February
Coverage: Watch live on BBC TV, Red Button, Connected TV and online, plus follow text updates on the BBC Sport website

Great Britain's reward should they beat Canada will be a Davis Cup quarter-final against France, who saw off Japan with a day to spare in Tokyo.

Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert won the doubles to give France an unassailable 3-0 lead.

Australia went 3-0 up on the Czech Republic and next face the USA, who beat Switzerland - who were missing Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka.

Serbia also progressed on day two as they went 3-0 up on Russia.

Britain lead Canada 2-1 heading into the final day in Ottawa, with the three remaining World Group first-round ties also to be decided on Sunday.

Champions Argentina, without Juan Martin del Potro, are 2-1 down at home to Italy; 2015 runners-up Belgium lead Germany 2-1 in Frankfurt; and Croatia have taken a surprise 2-1 lead over Spain, missing Rafael Nadal, in Osijek.

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