The host nation for the 2022 Billie Jean King Cup final tournament was announced on Tuesday. The Polish national team who won last April, led by Ija Schwichtic, qualified with confidence, will attend the event.

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After a 4-0 win in Radom over Romania, Piao Zeroni secured the right to play in the Billie Jean King Cup Final. This will take place on 8-13 November 2022. It was announced on Tuesday that Glasgow will host the event, with tennis players competing at the Emirates Stadium. The decision was made over the weekend for the Board of Directors of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) at a meeting in Paris.

At Radom, she played Biało-Czerwony in the lineup Iga Świątek (scored two points on the single and then won a BJKC Heart Award), Magda Linette (scored a point on the single), Magdalena Fręch and Alicja Rosolska (scored a point on the doubles). Maja Chualinska was also on the team led by David Celt and Maciej Domka. At the moment, it is not known what rating the Polish women will play in Glasgow.

The United Kingdom will play in the final tournament as the host nation, despite suffering a loss to the Czech Republic in the qualifying round in April. Islanders intend to use this opportunity to promote tennis. Their squad is expected to include Emma Radocano, who thrillingly won the US Open in 2021.

Teams from Australia, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Italy, Kazakhstan, Spain, Slovakia, Switzerland and the United States will present themselves in Glasgow. The teams will be divided into four groups, three teams in each group. Only the group winners will advance to the semi-finals.

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