DAVIS CUP Tennis Schedule, Records & Information

 

2015 WORLD GROUP DRAW


First round, Mar 6-8, 2015

France at Germany
USA at Great Britain
Australia at Czech Republic
Italy at Kazahkstan
Brazil at Argentina
Croatia at Serbia
Japan at Canada
Swizterland at Belgium

Quarterfinals, Jul 17-19, 2015


Semifinals, Sept 18-20, 2015


Finals, Nov 27-29, 2015


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DAVIS CUP WORLD GROUP CHAMPIONS
(since 1981)

Year Site Winner Finalist Score
1981 Cincinnati USA Argentina 3-1
1982 Grenoble USA France 4-1
1983 Melbourne Australia Sweden 3-2
1984 Gothenburg Sweden USA 4-1
1985 Munich Sweden Germany 3-2
1986 Melbourne Australia Sweden 3-2
1987 Gothenburg Sweden India 5-0
1988 Gothenburg Germany Sweden 4-1
1989 Stuttgart Germany Sweden 3-2
1990 St. Petersburg USA Australia 3-2
1991 Lyon France USA 3-1
1992 Fort Worth USA Switzerland 3-1
1993 Dusseldorf Germany Australia 4-1
1994 Moscow Sweden Russia 4-1
1995 Moscow USA Russia 3-2
1996 Malmo France Sweden 3-2
1997 Gothenburg Sweden USA 5-0
1998 Milan Sweden Italy 4-1
1999 Nice Australia France 3-2
2000 Barcelona Spain Australia 3-1
2001 Melbourne France Australia 3-2
2002 Paris Russia France 3-2
2003 Melbourne Australia Spain 3-1
2004 Seville Spain USA 3-2
2005 Bratislava Croatia Slovak Rep 3-2
2006 Moscow Russia Argentina 3-2
2007 Portland USA Russia 4-1
2008 Mar del Plata Spain Argentina 3-1
2009 Barcelone Spain Czech Republic 5-0
2010 Belgrade Serbia France 3-2
2011 Seville Spain Argentina 3-1
2012 Prague Czech Republic Spain 3-2
2013 Belgrade Czech Republic Serbia 3-2
         
2014 Lille Switzerland France 3-1

 
QUICK DAVIS CUP TENNIS HISTORY: In 1900, the American Dwight Davis organized and won the first Davis Cup tennis tournament in Boston. Since then, this annual competition played around the globe has become one of the most important tournaments in the world, embodying both the values of fair play and the spirit of competition.

RECENT DAVIS CUP WORLD GROUP CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS

2014 Switzlerland defeated France, 3-1, Lille, France
Winning captain: Severin Luthi
Losing captain: Arnaud Clement
Stan Wawrinka (SUI) d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 61 36 63 62
Gael Monfils (FRA) d. Roger Federer (SUI) 61 64 63
Roger Federer/Stan Wawrinka (SUI) d. Julien Benneteau/Richard Gasquet (FRA) 63 75 64
Roger Federer (SUI) d. Richard Gasquet (FRA) 64 62 62 
Gael Monfils (FRA) v Stan Wawrinka (SUI) not played
2013 Czech Republic defeated Serbia 3-2, Belgrade, Serbia
Winning captain: Vladimir Safarik
Losing captain: Bogdan Obradovic
Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Radek Stepanek (CZE) 75 61 64
Tomas Berdych (CZE) d. Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 63 64 63
Tomas Berdych/Radek Stepanek (CZE) d. Ilija Bozoljac/Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) 62 64 76(4)
Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE) 64 76(5) 62
Radek Stepanek (CZE) d. Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 63 61 61
2012 Czech Republic defeated Spain 3-2, Prague Czech Republic
Winning captain: Jaroslav Navratil
Losing captain: Alex Corretja
Surface: Hard
David Ferrer (ESP) d. Radek Stepanek (CZE) 63 64 64
Tomas Berdych (CZE) d. Nicolas Almagro (ESP) 63 36 63 67(5) 63
Tomas Berdych/Radek Stepanek (CZE) d. Marcel Granollers/Marc Lopez (ESP) 36 75 75 63
David Ferrer (ESP) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE) 62 63 75
Radek Stepanek (CZE) d. Nicolas Almagro (ESP) 64 76(0) 36 63
2011 Spain defeated Argentina 3-1, Seville, Spain
Winning captain: Albert Costa
Losing captain: Modesto Vazquez
Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Juan Monaco (ARG) 61 61 62
David Ferrer (ESP) d. Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 62 67(2) 36 64 63
David Nalbandian / Eduardo Schwank (ARG) d. Feliciano. Lopez / Fernando Verdasco (ESP) 64 62 63
Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 16 64 61 76(0)
2010 Serbia defeated France 3-2, Begrade Arena, Belgrade, Serbia
Winning captain: Bogdan Obradovic
Losing captain: Guy Forget
Surface: Hard
Gael Monfils (FRA) d. Janko Tipsarevic 61 76(4) 60
Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Gilles Simon (FRA) 63 61 75
Arnaud Clement/Michael Llodra (FRA) d. Vicktor Troicki/Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) 36 67(3) 64 75 64
Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Gael Monfils 62 62 64
Viktor Troick (SRB) d. Michael Llodra 62 62 64
2009 Spain defeated Czech Republic 5-0, Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
Winning captain:Albert Costa
Losing captain: Jaroslav Navratil
Surface: Clay
Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE)
75 60 62
David Ferrer (ESP) d. Radek Stepanek (CZE)
16 26 64 64 86
Feliciano Lopez/Fernando Verdasco (ESP)
d. Tomas Berdych/Radek Stepanek (CZE)
76 (7) 75 62
Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Jan Hajek (CZE) 63 64
David Ferrer (ESP) d. Lukas Dlouhy (CZE) 64 62
2008 Spain Defeated Argentina, Mar Del Plata, Argentina
Spain defeated Argentina 3-1
Estadio Islas Malvinas, Mar del Plata,
Argentina
Winning Captain: Emilio Sanchez
Losing Captain: Alberto Mancini
Surface: Hard
David Nalbandian (ARG) d. David Ferrer (ESP)
63 62 63
Feliciano Lopez (ESP) d. Juan Martin del Potro
(ARG) 46 76(2) 76(4) 63
Feliciano Lopez/Fernando Verdasco (ESP)
d. Agustin Calleri/David Nalbandian (ARG)
57 75 76(5) 63
Fernando Verdasco (ESP) d. Jose Acasuso (ARG)
63 67(3) 46 63 61
Fifth rubber not played
2007 USA Defeated Russia, Portland, USA
Winning Captain: Patrick McEnroe
Losing Captain: Shamil Tarpischev
Surface: Hard
Andy Roddick (USA) d. Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) 64 64 62
James Blake (USA) d. Mikhail Youhzny (RUS) 63 76(4) 67(3) 76(3)
Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan (USA) d. Igor Andreev/Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) 76(4) 64 62
Igor Andreev (RUS) d. Bob Bryan (USA) 63 76(4)
James Blake (USA) d. Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) 16 63 75
2006 Russia defeated Argentina, Moscow, Russia
Winning Captain: Shamil Tarpischev
Losing Captain: Alberto Mancini
Surface: Carpet
Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) d. Juan Ignacio Chela (ARG) 61 62 57 64
David Nalbandian (ARG) d. Marat Safin (RUS) 64 64 64
Marat Safin/Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) d. Agustin Calleri/David Nalbandian (ARG) 62 63 64
David Nalbandian (ARG) d. Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) 62 62 46 64
Marat Safin (RUS) d. Jose Acasuso (ARG) 63 36 63 76(5)
2005 Croatia defeated Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Winning Captain: Niki Pilic
Losing Captain: Miroslav Mecir
Surface: Hard
Ivan Ljubicic (CRO) d. Karol Kucera (SVK) 63 64 63
Dominik Hrbaty (SVK) d. Mario Ancic (CRO) 76(4) 63 67(4) 64
Mario Ancic/Ivan Ljubicic (CRO) d. Dominik Hrbaty/Michal Mertinak (SVK) 76(5) 63 76(5)
Dominik Hrbaty (SVK) d. Ivan Ljubicic (CRO) 46 63 64 36 64
Mario Ancic (CRO) d. Michal Mertinak (SVK) 76(1) 63 64

2004 Spain defeated USA 3-2, Seville, Spain
Winning Captain: Jordi Arrese
Losing Captain: Patrick McEnroe
Surface: Red Clay
Carlos Moya (ESP) d. Mardy Fish (USA) 64 62 63
Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Andy Roddick (USA) 67(6) 62 76(6) 62
Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan (USA) d. Juan Carlos Ferrero/Tommy Robredo (ESP) 60 63 62
Carlos Moya (ESP) d. Andy Roddick 62 76(1) 76(5)
Mardy Fish (USA) d. Tommy Robredo (ESP) 76(8) 62

2003 Australia defeated Spain 3-1, Melbourne, Australia
Winning Captain: John Fitzgerald
Losing Captain: Jordi Arrese
Surface: Grass
Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) d. Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) 36 63 36 76(0) 62
Carlos Moya (ESP) d. Mark Philippoussis (AUS) 64 64 46 76(4)
Wayne Arthurs/Todd Woodbridge (AUS) d. Alex Corretja/Felicano Lopez (ESP) 63 61 63
Mark Philippoussis (AUS) d. Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) 75 63 16 26 60
Final rubber not played
2002 Russia defeated France 3-2, Paris, France
Winning Captain: Shamil Tarpischev
Losing Captain: Guy Forget
Surface: Red Clay
Marat Safin (RUS) d. Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA) 64 36 61 64
Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) 76(3) 63 60
Nicolas Escude/Fabrice Santoro (FRA) d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Marat Safin (RUS) 63 36 57 63 64
Marat Safin (RUS) d. Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) 63 62 76(11)
Mikhail Youzhny (RUS) d. Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA) 36 26 63 75 64
2001 France defeated Australia 3-2, Melbourne, Australia
Winning Captain: Guy Forget
Losing Captain: John Fitzgerald
Surface: Grass
Nicolas Escude (FRA) d. Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 46 63 36 63 64
Patrick Rafter (AUS) d. Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) 63 76(6) 75
Cedric Pioline/Fabrice Santoro (FRA) d. Lleyton Hewitt/Patrick Rafter (AUS) 26 63 76(5) 61
Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) d. Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) 63 62 63
Nicolas Escude (FRA) d. Wayne Arthurs (AUS) 76(3) 67(5) 63 63.
2000 Spain defeated Australia 3-1, Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
Winning Captain: Javier Duarte
Losing Captain: John Newcombe
Surface: Red Clay
Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) defeated Albert Costa (ESP) 36 61 26 64 64
Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) defeated Patrick Rafter (AUS) 67(4) 76(2) 62 31 retired
Juan Barcells/Alex Corretja (ESP) defeated Sandon Stolle/Mark Woodforde (AUS) 64 64 64
Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) defeated Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 62 76(5) 46 64
Alex Corretja (ESP) vs. Patrick Rafter (AUS) - not played
1999 Australia defeated France 3-2, Nice Acropolis, Nice, France
Winning Captain: John Newcombe
Losing Captain: Guy Forget
Surface: Red Clay
Mark Philippoussis (AUS) defeated Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) 64 62 64
Cedric Pioline (FRA) defeated Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 76(7) 76(6) 75
Todd Woodbridge/Mark Woodforde (AUS) defeated Olivier Delaitre/Fabrice Santoro (FRA) 26 75 62 62
Mark Philippoussis (AUS) defeated Cedric Pioline (FRA) 63 57 61 62
Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) defeated Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 64 63
1998 Sweden defeated Italy 4-1, The Forum, Milan, Italy
Winning Captain: Carl-Axel Hageskog
Losing Captain: Paolo Bertolucci
Surface: Red Clay
Magnus Norman (SWE) defeated Andrea Gaudenzi (ITA) 67 76 46 63 66 retired
Magnus Gustafsson (SWE) defeated Davide Sanguinetti (ITA) 61 64 60
Jonas Bjorkman/Nicklas Kulti (SWE) defeated Diego Nargiso/Davide Sanguinetti (ITA) 76 61 63
Magnus Gustafsson (SWE) defeated Gianluca Pozzi (ITA) 64 62
Diego Nargiso (ITA) defeated Magnus Norman (SWE) 62 63
1997 Sweden defeated USA 5-0, The Scandinavium, Gothenburg, Sweden
Winning Captain: Carl-Axel Hageskog
Losing Captain: Tom Gullikson
Surface: Carpet
Jonas Bjorkman (SWE) defeated Michael Chang (USA) 75 16 63 63
Magnus Larsson (SWE) defeated Pete Sampras (USA) 36 76 21 retired
Jonas Bjorkman/Nicklas Kulti (SWE) defeated Todd Martin/Jonathan Stark (USA) 64 64 64
Jonas Bjorkman (SWE) defeated Jonathan Stark (USA) 61 61
Magnus Larsson (SWE) defeated Michael Chang (USA) 76 67 64
1996 France defeated Sweden 3-2, Malmömässan, Malmö, Sweden
Winning Captain: Yannick Noah
Losing Captain: Carl-Axel Hageskog
Surface: Hard
Cedric Pioline (FRA) defeated Stefan Edberg (SWE) 63 64 63
Thomas Enqvist (SWE) defeated Arnaud Boetsch (FRA) 64 63 76
Guy Forget/Guillaume Raoux (FRA) defeated Jonas Bjorkman/Nicklas Kulti (SWE) 63 16 63 63
Thomas Enqvist (SWE) defeated Cedric Pioline (FRA) 36 67 64 64 97
Arnaud Boetsch (FRA) defeated Nicklas Kulti (SWE) 76 26 46 76 108
1995 USA defeated Russia 3-2, Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia
Winning Captain: Tom Gullikson
Losing Captain: Anatoly Lepeshin
Surface: Red Clay
Pete Sampras (USA) defeated Andrei Chesnokov (RUS) 36 64 63 67 64
Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) defeated Jim Courier (USA) 76 75 63
Todd Martin/Pete Sampras (USA) defeated Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Andrei Olhovskiy (RUS) 75 64 63
Pete Sampras (USA) defeated Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) 62 64 76
Andrei Chesnokov (RUS) defeated Jim Courier (USA) 67 75 60
1994 Sweden defeated Russia 4-1, Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia
Winning Captain: John-Anders Sjögren
Losing Captain: Vadim Borisov
Surface: Carpet
Stefan Edberg (SWE) defeated Alexander Volkov (RUS) 64 62 67 06 86
Magnus Larsson (SWE) defeated Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) 60 62 36 26 63
Jan Apell/Jonas Bjorkman (SWE) defeated Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Andrei Olhovskiy (RUS) 67 62 63 16 86
Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) defeated Stefan Edberg (SWE) 46 64 60
Magnus Larsson (SWE) defeated Alexander Volkov (RUS) 76 64
1993 Germany defeated Australia 4-1, Messe Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf, Germany
Winning Captain: Niki Pilic
Losing Captain: Neale Fraser
Surface: Clay
Michael Stich (GER) defeated Jason Stoltenberg (AUS) 67 63 61 46 63
Richard Fromberg (AUS) defeated Marc Goellner (GER) 36 57 76 62 97
Patrik Kuhnen/Michael Stich (GER) defeated Todd Woodbridge/Mark Woodforde (AUS) 76 46 63 76
Michael Stich (GER) defeated Richard Fromberg (AUS) 64 62 62
Marc Goellner (GER) defeated Jason Stoltenberg (AUS) 61 67 76
1992 USA defeated Switzerland 3-1, Tarrant County Center, Ft. Worth, TX USA:
Winning Captain: Tom Gorman
Losing Captain: Dimitri Sturdza
Surface: Hard
Andre Agassi (USA) defeated Jakob Hlasek (SUI) 61 62 62
Marc Rosset (SUI) defeated Jim Courier (USA) 63 67 36 64 64
John McEnroe/Pete Sampras (USA) defeated Jakob Hlasek/Marc Rosset (SUI) 67 67 75 61 62
Jim Courier (USA) defeated Jakob Hlasek (SUI) 63 36 63 64
Andre Agassi (USA) vs. Marc Rosset (SUI) - not played
1991 France defeated USA 3-1, Palais des Sports Gerland, Lyon, France:
Winning Captain: Yannick Noah
Losing Captain: Tom Gorman
Surface: Carpet
Andre Agassi (USA) defeated Guy Forget (FRA) 67 62 61 62
Henri Leconte (FRA) defeated Pete Sampras (USA) 64 75 64
Guy Forget/Henri Leconte (FRA) defeated Ken Flach/Robert Seguso (USA) 61 64 46 62
Guy Forget (FRA) defeated Pete Sampras (USA) 76 36 63 64
Henri Leconte (FRA) vs. Andre Agassi (USA) - not played

 


DAVIS CUP CHAMPIONS
1900 - 2011 (Challenge Round, Final Round and World Group Final)

Of the 149 nations who have participated in the Davis Cup competition since 1900, 13 have gone on to win the Davis Cup. The United States has won the competition more than any othernation with 32 titles. Of the 11 champion nations, only Great Britain has not won the Davis Cup since the introduction of the Final Round format in 1972. Great Britain’s nine Davis Cup titles came under the Challenge Round Format with their last victory coming in 1936.

Country Titles Years
USA 32 1900,1902, 1913, 1920-26, 1937-38, 1946-49, 1954, 1958, 1963, 1968-72, 1978-79,1981-82,1990, 1992, 1995, 2007
Australia 28 1907-09, 1911, 1914, 1919, 1939, 1950-53,1955-57, 1959-62, 1964-67, 1973, 1977, 1983,1986, 1999, 2003
France 9 1927-32, 1991, 1996, 2001
Great Britain 9 1903-06, 1912, 1933-36
Sweden 7 1975, 1984-85, 1987, 1994, 1997, 1998
Spain 5 2000, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2011
Germany 3 1988-89, 1993
Czech Republic 3 1980, 2012, 2013
Russia 2 2002, 2006
Croatia 1 2005
Italy 1 1976
Serbia 1 2011
Switzerland 1 2014
South Africa 1 1974


ALL TIME DAVIS CUP WIN LOSS RECORDS
(100 or more wins, thru 2014 Davis Cup)

 

Country Win-Loss   Years
Plyd
First
Plyd
U.S.A.
214-68   100 1900
AUSTRALIA 170-63   95 1905
ITALY
159-83   84 1922
FRANCE
159-86   95 1904
SWEDEN
148-77   81 1925
GREAT BRITAIN
145-94   103 1900
GERMANY
140-76   79 1913
CZECH REPUBLIC 125-77   81 1921
SPAIN 123-74   79 1921
INDIA 113-76   78 1921
JAPAN 103-80   80 1921
         

ALL-TIME MOST DAVIS CUP MATCHES PLAYED
Italy’s Nicola Pietrangeli holds the record for playing both the most Davis Cup matches and Davis Cup ties. He has represented Italy on 66 occasions in 164 matches. His singles match record is 78-32 and his doubles match record is 42-12.


ALL TIME DAVIS CUP PLAYER WIN-LOSS RECORDS
(thru 2014 Davis Cup)

Player Total
Win-Loss
Singles
Win-Loss
Doubles
Win-Loss
Ties
Plyd
PIETRANGELI, Nicola (ITA)
120 - 44
78 - 32 42 - 12 66
NASTASE, Ilie (ROM)
109 - 37
74 - 22 35 - 15 52
SANTANA, Manuel (ESP)
92 - 28
69 - 17 23 - 11 46
PAES, LEANDER (IND) 89-32 48-22 41-10 51
VON CRAMM, Gottfried (GER)
82 - 19
58 - 10 24 - 9 37
METREVELI, Alex (RUS)
80 - 25
56 - 14 24 - 11 38
ABDUL-A'AL, Esam (BRN) 77-29 52-14 25-15 60
TAROCZY, Balazs (HUN)
76 - 19
50 - 12 26 - 7 33
KOCH, Tomas (BRA)
74 - 44
46 - 32 28 - 12 44
BRICHANT, Jacques (BEL)
71 - 49
52 - 27 19 - 22 42
TIRIAC, Ion (ROM)
70 - 39
40 - 28 30 - 11 43
KRISHNAN, Ramanathan (IND)
69 - 28
50 - 19 19 - 9 43

 

DAVIS CUP DOUBLES TEAM WIN-LOSS LEADERS
(thru 2014 Davis Cup)

Doubles Team Win-Loss Ties
Plyd
Years
Plyd
PIETRANGELI, Nicola / SIROLA, Orlando (ITA)
34 - 8
42 9
NASTASE, Ilie / TIRIAC, Ion (ROM)
27 - 7
34 10
BHUPATHI, Mahesh / PAES, Leander (IND) 25 - 2 27 14
KOCH, Tomas / MANDARINO, Jose-Edison (BRA)
23 - 9
32 10
BERTOLUCCI, Paolo / PANATTA, Adriano (ITA)
22 - 8
30 11
BRYAN, Bob / BRYAN, Mike (USA) 20 - 4 24 10
CUCELLI, Giovanni / DEL BELLO, Marcello (ITA)
19 - 5
24 7
MIRNYI, Max / VOLTCHKOV, Vladimir (BLR) 19 - 7 26 15
LIKHACHEV, Sergei / METREVELI, Alex (RUS)
18 - 7
25 7
AL NABHANI, Khalid / AL NABHANI, Mohammed (OMA) 18 - 8 26 9
SZOKE, Peter / TAROCZY, Balazs (HUN)
17 - 2
19 8
AMRITRAJ, Anand / AMRITRAJ, Vijay (IND)
17 - 9
26 15
HEWITT, Bob / MC MILLAN, Frew (RSA)
16 - 1
17 5
AL BALUSHI, Mahmoud / BAHROUZYAN, Omar (UAE) 16 - 3 19 8
LUNDQUIST, Jan-Erik / SCHMIDT, Ulf (SWE)
16 - 8
24 6
BRICHANT, Jacques / WASHER, Philippe (BEL)
16 - 14
30 11
ARILLA, Jose-Luis / SANTANA, Manuel (ESP) 15 - 7
22 7
FLEMING, Peter / MCENROE, John (USA)
14 - 1
15 6
WOODBRIDGE, Todd / WOODFORDE, Mark (AUS) 14 - 2 16 7


MORE DAVIS CUP RECORDS AND STATISTICS:

YOUNGEST PLAYER:
Marco de Rossi (San Marino, 2011)
Played at age of 13 years, 319 days

YOUNGEST PLAYER IN A DAVIS CUP FINAL
17 years, 177 days - John Alexander (AUS)
1968 Davis Cup Final - USA d. Australia 4-1

OLDEST PLAYER:
Vittorio Pellandra (San Marino, 2007)
Played at age of 66 years, 104 days

OLDEST PLAYER IN A DAVIS CUP FINAL
43 years, 48 days - Norman Brookes (AUS)
1920 Davis Cup Final - USA d. AUS 5-0

MOST RUBBERS PLAYED:
Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy
164 rubbers
Singles win/loss: 78/32
Doubles win/loss: 42/12

MOST TIES PLAYED:
73 Domenico Vicini (SMR)

MOST APPEARANCES IN A CHALLENGE OR FINAL ROUND:
Bill Tilden, USA
11 Challenge Rounds played
Singles win/loss: 17/5
Doubles win/loss: 4/2

YOUNGEST CAPTAINS:
Maurice McLoughlin, USA
Captained the 1909 U.S. team at age of 19 years, 9 days

Dwight F. Davis, USA
Captained the winning U.S. team in the first Davis Cup final at age of 21
years, 82 days

OLDEST CAPTAIN:
Perry Jones, USA
Captained the U.S. team at age of 71 years, 107 days

MOST WINS BY A DAVIS CUP CAPTAIN:
Harry Hopman, Australia - 16-5

LONGEST RUBBERS IN ELAPSED TIME: BEFORE INTRODUCTION OF TIE-BREAK
ULE:
1982 World Group Quarterfinal Round
John McEnroe (USA) d. Mats Wilander (SWE) 9-7 6-2 15-17 3-6 8-6
Elapsed time of 6 hours, 22 minutes

LONGEST DOUBLES RUBBER IN ELAPSED TIME SINCE INTRODUCTION OF TIE-BREAK
ULE:
2013 World Group Quarterfinal Round
Tomas Berdych / Lukas Rosol (CZE) d. Marco Chiudinelli / Stanislas Wawrinka
(SUI) 6-4 5-7 6-4 6-7(3) 24-22, 2013
Elapsed time of 7 hours, 1 minute

LONGEST SET IN GAMES:
Overall
Singles: 1976 - Dale Power (CAN) v Alvaro Betancur (COL) 24-22 (2nd set)
Doubles: 1973 - Stan Smith/Erik Van Dillen v Pablo Cornejo/Jamie Fillol (CHI)
39-37 (2nd set)
World Group
Singles: 1981 - Carlos Kirmayr (BRA) v Ulf Pinner (GER) 21-19 (3rd set)
Doubles: 1985 - Stefan Edberg/Anders Jarryd (SWE) v Anand Amritraj/Vijay
Amritraj (IND) 21-19 (1st set)

LONGEST FINAL SET IN GAMES:
Overall
Singles: 1998 - Nuno Marques (POR) v Nenad Zimonjic (YUG) 20-18 (Europe/Africa
Zone Group II Quarterfinals)
1991 - Richard Ashby (BAR) v Jose Medrano (BOL) 20-18 (Americas Zone Group II
First Round)
Doubles: 1993 - D. Burke/K. Hale (JAM) v A. Lopez/M. Merz (ESA) 23-21
World Group
Singles: 1985 - Michael Westphal (GER) v Tomas Smid (CZE) 17-15
2006 - Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) v Andy Roddick (USA) 17-15
Doubles: 2002 - Lucas Arnold/David Nalbandian (ARG) v Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Marat
Safin (RUS) 19-17

MOST NUMBER OF GAMES IN A DAVIS CUP TIE:
All-time: 327, India defeated Australia 3-2 in 1974 Eastern Zone Final - See
Results
World Group (since 1981): 281, Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World
Group First Round - See Results
and World Group (since 1981): 281, Romania defeated Australia 3-2 in 2003
World Group Play-offs- See Results
Since Introduction of tie-break (1989): 281, Romania defeated Ecuador in 2003
World Group Play-offs - See Results

MOST GAMES IN A DOUBLES RUBBER (SINCE TIEBREAK/WORLD GROUP - POST
981)
91: Tomas Berdych / Lukas Rosol (CZE) d. Marco Chiudinelli / Stanislas Wawrinka
(SUI) 64 57 64 67(3) 2422, 2013

MOST ACES SERVED IN A DAVIS CUP RUBBER:
78 - Ivo Karlovic (CRO) v Radek Stepanek (CZE), 2009 World Group Semifinal

FASTEST SERVE IN DAVIS CUP PLAY:
156 mph: Ivo Karlovic (CRO), 2011 World Group first round, Croatia v Germany

EVERY RUBBER IN A TIE GOING TO FIVE SETS:
Two ties:
Yugoslavia defeated France 3-2 in the Zonal Semifinals, 1946 - See Results
Romania defeated Ecuador 3-2 in the World Group Play-offs, 2003 - See Results

COMEBACKS FROM 0-2 DOWN IN A FINAL:
1939 Australia defeated USA 3-2 in Haverford, USA:
Bobby Riggs (USA) d. John Bromwich (AUS), 64 60 75
Frank Parker (USA) d. Adrian Quist (AUS), 63 26 64 16 75
Bromwich/Quist (AUS) d. Joe Hunt/Jack Kramer (USA) 57 62 75 62
Adrian Quist (AUS) d. Bobby Riggs (USA) 61 64 36 36 64
John Bromwich (AUS) d. Frank Parker (USA) 60 63 61

NATIONS THAT ACHIEVED 0-2 COMEBACKS:
There have been just 8 comebacks from 0-2 down in World Group ties. Sweden has
produced 4 of these comebacks. The most recent one came in 2014, as France
defeated Germany in the second round, 3-2). In the Davis Cup overall there have
been 51 since the competition began in 1900.


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7 David Ferrer7 Eugenie Bouchard
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