Tennis:Davis Cup

The Davis Cup is the most important men’s team competition in tennis. It was first played for in 1900.

Results

Davis Cup
Year Winner Runner-up
1900 United States British Isles
1902 United States British Isles
1903 British Isles United States
1904 British Isles Belgium
1905 British Isles United States
1906 British Isles United States
1907 Australasia British Isles
1908 Australasia United States
1909 Australasia United States
1911 Australasia United States
1912 British Isles Australasia
1913 United States Great Britain
1914 Australasia United States
1919 Australasia Great Britain
1920 United States Australasia
1921 United States Japan
1922 United States Australasia
1923 United States Australia
1924 United States Australia
1925 United States France
1926 United States France
1927 France United States
1928 France United States
1929 France United States
1930 France United States
1931 France Great Britain
1932 France United States
1933 Great Britain France
1934 Great Britain United States
1935 Great Britain United States
1936 Great Britain Australia
1937 United States Great Britain
1938 United States Australia
1939 Australia United States
1946 United States Australia
1947 United States Australia
1948 United States Australia
1949 United States Australia
1950 Australia United States
1951 Australia United States
1952 Australia United States
1953 Australia United States
1954 United States Australia
1955 Australia United States
1956 Australia United States
1957 Australia United States
1958 United States Australia
1959 Australia United States
1960 Australia Italy
1961 Australia Italy
1962 Australia Mexico
1963 United States Australia
1964 Australia United States
1965 Australia Spain
1966 Australia India
1967 Australia Spain
1968 United States Australia
1969 United States Romania
1970 United States West Germany
1971 United States Romania
1972 United States Romania
1973 Australia United States
1974 South Africa India
1975 Sweden Czechoslovakia
1976 Italy Chile
1977 Australia Italy
1978 United States Great Britain
1979 United States Italy
1980 Czechoslovakia Italy
1981 United States Argentina
1982 United States France
1983 Australia Sweden
1984 Sweden United States
1985 Sweden West Germany
1986 Australia Sweden
1987 Sweden India
1988 West Germany Sweden
1989 West Germany Sweden
1990 United States Australia
1991 France United States
1992 United States Switzerland
1993 Germany Australia
1994 Sweden Russia
1995 United States Russia
1996 France Sweden
1997 Sweden United States
1998 Sweden Italy
1999 Australia France
2000 Spain Australia
2001 France Australia
2002 Russia France
2003 Australia Spain
2004 Spain United States
2005 Croatia Slovakia
2006 Russia Argentina
2007 United States Russia
2008 Spain Argentina
2009 Spain Czech Republic
2010 Serbia France
2011 Spain Argentina
2012 Czech Republic Spain

 

Records

Most Wins

Country Wins Last final won Runners-up Last final lost
United States 32 2007 29 2004
Australia 28 2003 19 2001
France 9 2001 7 2010
Great Britain 9 1936 8 1978
 

Consecutive titles
All-time: 7, United States, 1920–1926
Post-Challenge Round: 2; United States, ’78–’79, ’81–’82; Sweden, ’84–’85, ’97–’98;
West Germany, ’88–’89; Spain, 2008–2009

Consecutive finals appearances
All-time: 23, Australia, 1946–1968
Post-Challenge Round: 7, Sweden, 1983–1989

Most number of games in a tie
All-time: 327, India 3–2 Australia, 1974 Eastern Zone final
World Group (before tiebreak): 281, Paraguay 3–2 France, 1985 first round
World Group (since tiebreak): 281, Romania 3–2 Ecuador, 2003 World Group play-
offs

Individual Records

Youngest player
Mohammed-Akhtar Hossain; Bangladesh; 13 years, 326 days

Oldest player
Gadonfin Koptigan Yaka; Togo; 59 years, 147 days

Most rubbers played
164, Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy

Most ties played
78, Domenico Vicini, San Marino

Most rubbers won
Total: 120, Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy
Singles: 78, Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy
Doubles: 42, Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy

 

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