Number two seed, Tuomas Ketola, 30, Lauri Kliski, 24, and Tommi Lenho, 29 complete the quartet to do battle with Ghana's US-based top seed, Henry Adjei-Darko, former number one seed, Gunther Darkey, Salifu Mohammed and evergreen Daniel Omaboe. Even with little knowledge of the Ghanaians, captain Berneri have lots of respect for Adjei-Darko-led quartet. He told the GNA Sports that, "primarily, it is imperative for one to respect his opponent no matter what. Apart from that, I have been monitoring Henry who to me has exceeded my expectation in all his "Future" tourneys played so far. "Sometimes, it is unbelievable to see how he's managed to survive under difficult conditions. I respect them greatly though we are better". The confident captain added.
The Davis Cup consists of five matches - four singles and one doubles played over three days. On the opening day, the Number Two singles player for each nation is mandated to engage the Number One seed of the opposing nation. The Number One players are matched against each other on day three while the second seeds clash each other in the fifth match. All are played over best-of-five-sets with no tiebreak in the fifth set.