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General Records

  • Most Games in a Tie

    Overall

    327 - India defeated Australia 3-2 in 1974 Eastern Main Draw Final in India
    Jasjit SINGH (IND) d. Bob GILTINAN (AUS) 119 911 1210 86
    John ALEXANDER (AUS) d. Vijay AMRITRAJ (IND) 1412 1715 68 62
    Anand AMRITRAJ/Vijay AMRITRAJ (IND) d. John ALEXANDER/Colin DIBLEY (AUS) 1715 68 63 1618 64
    John ALEXANDER (AUS) d. Jasjit SINGH (IND) 86 64 63
    Vijay AMRITRAJ (IND) d. Bob GILTINAN (AUS) 61 57 64 64

    Longest World Group Ties

    281 - Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World Group First Round in Paraguay
    Victor PECCI (PAR) d. Yannick NOAH (FRA) 68 1513 26 86 108
    Francisco GONZALEZ (PAR) d. Henri LECONTE (FRA) 46 63 36 63 64
    Henri LECONTE/Yannick NOAH (FRA) d. Francisco GONZALEZ/Victor PECCI (PAR) 62 36 68 75 63
    Yannick NOAH (FRA) d. Francisco GONZALEZ (PAR) 36 63 1715 64
    Victor PECCI (PAR) d. Henri LECONTE (FRA) 63 64 36 75

    Since the introduction of the tiebreak (1989)

    281 - Romania defeated Ecuador 3-2 in 2003 World Group Play-off First Round in Ecuador
    Victor HANESCU (ROU) d. Giovanni LAPENTTI (ECU) 76(3) 67(5) 76(5) 67(1) 64
    Nicolas LAPENTTI (ECU) d. Razvan SABAU (ROU) 62 64 36 46 63
    Florin MERGEA/Horia TECAU (ROU) d. Giovanni LAPENTTI/Nicolas LAPENTTI (ECU) 76(2) 16 63 36 1311
    Nicolas LAPENTTI (ECU) d. Victor HANESCU (ROU) 64 67(4) 67(5) 76(13) 63
    Razvan SABAU (ROU) d. Giovanni LAPENTTI (ECU) 64 36 64 57 75

    Longest ties (World Group ties in bold)

    327 1974 India defeated Australia 3-2 in 1974 Eastern Main Draw Final in India
    281 2003 Romania defeated Ecuador 3-2 in 2003 World Group Play-off First Round in Ecuador
    281 1985 Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World Group First Round in Paraguay
    281 1960 Italy defeated USA 3-2 in 1960 Inter-Zonal Main Draw Final in Australia
    275 2001 France defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2001 World Group Second Round in Switzerland

    Longest World Group ties

    281 1985 Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World Group First Round in Paraguay
    275 2001 France defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2001 World Group Second Round in Switzerland
    253 2009 Israel defeated Sweden 3-2 in 2009 World Group First Round in Sweden
    250 2002 Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 in 2002 World Group Semifinal in Russia
    243 1987 Paraguay defeated USA 3-2 in 1987 World Group First Round in Paraguay

    Longest ties since the introduction of the tiebreak (1989)
    (World Group in bold)

    281 2003 Romania defeated Ecuador 3-2 in 2003 World Group Play-off First Round in Ecuador
    275 2001 France defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2001 World Group Second Round in Switzerland
    253 2009 Israel defeated Sweden 3-2 in 2009 World Group First Round in Sweden
    250 2002 Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 in 2002 World Group Semifinal in Russia
    248 1998 Portugal defeated Yugoslavia 3-2 in 1998 Group II Euro/African Main Draw Second Round in Yugoslavia
  • Longest Duration of a Tie

    The 1976 Eastern Zone Final where Australia defeated New Zealand 3-1 lasted 113 days, the longest duration of a tie. The first three rubbers were played on 28-29 February and 1 March in Brisbane. The fourth rubber was played on 19 June 1976 in Nottingham, Great Britain while the fifth rubber was not played.

    The longest-known ties in terms of actual playing time are as follows:

    21 hours 37 minutes Romania d. Ecuador 3-2, 2003 World Group play-off in Ecuador
    21 hours 2 minutes France d. Switzerland 3-2, 2001 World Group quarterfinal in Switzerland
    19 hours 44 minutes Russia d. Argentina 3-2, 2002 World Group semifinal in Russia
    19 hours 15 minutes Ireland d. Egypt 3-2, 2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group II relegation play-off tie
    18 hours 53 minutes Chile d. Austria 3-2, 2009 World Group play-off in Chile
    18 hours 46 minutes Israel d. Chile 3-2, 2007 World Group play-off in Israel
  • Maximum Number of Sets Played

    There have been two instances in Davis Cup history of all five rubbers going to five sets.

    2003 Davis Cup (WG-PO)

    Romania defeated Ecuador 3-2 in Ecuador
    Victor Hanescu (ROU) d. Giovanni Lapentti (ECU) 76(3) 67(5) 76(5) 67(1) 64
    Nicolas Lapentti (ECU) d. Razvan Sabau (ROU) 62 64 36 46 63
    Florin Mergea/Horia Tecau (ROU) d. Giovanni Lapentti/Nicolas Lapentti (ECU) 76(2) 16 63 36 1311
    Nicolas Lapentti (ECU) d. Victor Hanescu (ROU) 64 67(4) 67(5) 76(13) 63
    Razvan Sabau (ROU) d. Giovanni Lapentti (ECU) 64 36 64 57 75

    1946 Davis Cup (Z-SF)

    Yugoslavia defeated France 3-2 in France
    Yvon Petra (FRA) d. Dragutin Mitic (YUG) 26 86 64 36 86
    Marcel Bernard (FRA) d. Franjo Puncec (YUG) 26 61 06 75 63
    Dragutin Mitic/Franjo Puncec (YUG) d. Bernard Destremau/Pierre Pellizza (FRA) 810 86 63 57 108
    Dragutin Mitic (YUG) d. Marcel Bernard (FRA) 63 46 36 60 63
    Franjo Puncec (YUG) d. Yvon Petra (FRA) 63 36 64 79 60
  • Most Games in a Rubber

    Overall (World Group ties in bold)

    Singles
    100 Harry FRITZ (CAN) d. Jorge ANDREW (VEN)
    (Canada defeated Venezuela 4-1 in 1982 N&C America Main Draw Semifinal in Venezuela)
    1614 119 911 46 119
    86 Arthur ASHE (USA) d. Christian KUHNKE (FRG)
    (USA defeated Germany F.R. 5-0 in 1970 Challenge Round Final in USA)
    68 1012 97 1311 64
    85 Michael WESTPHAL (FRG) d. Tomas SMID (TCH)
    (Germany F.R. defeated Czechoslovakia 5-0 in 1985 World Group Semifinal in Germany F.R.)
    68 16 75 119 1715
    85 Dale POWER (CAN) d. Alvaro BETANCUR (COL)
    (Canada defeated Colombia 5-0 in 1976 America Preliminary Round First Round in Canada)
    64 2224 26 63 75

    Doubles
    122 Stan SMITH/Erik VAN DILLEN (USA) d Patricio CORNEJO SECKEL/Jaime FILLOL (CHI)
    (USA defeated Chile 4-0 in 1973 Americas Inter-Zonal Main Draw Final in USA)
    79 3739 86 61 63
    99 Anand AMRITRAJ/Vijay AMRITRAJ (IND) d John ALEXANDER/Colin DIBLEY (AUS)
    (India defeated Australia 3-2 in 1974 Eastern Main Draw Final in India)
    1715 68 63 1618 64
    95 Wilhelm BUNGERT/Christian KUHNKE (FRG) d Mark COX/Peter CURTIS (GBR)
    (Great Britain defeated Germany F.R. 3-2 in 1969 Europe Main Draw Semifinal in Great Britain)
    108 1719 1311 36 62

    In the World Group

    Singles
    85 Michael WESTPHAL (FRG) d. Tomas SMID (TCH)
    (Germany F.R. defeated Czechoslovakia 5-0 in 1985 World Group Semifinal in Germany F.R.)
    68 16 75 119 1715
    82 Radek STEPANEK (CZE) d. Ivo KARLOVIC (CRO)
    (Czech Republic defeated Croatia 4-1 in 2009 World Group Semifinal in Croatia)
    67(5) 76(5) 76(6) 67(2) 1614
    82 Victor PECCI (PAR) d. Yannick NOAH (FRA)
    (Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World Group First Round in Paraguay)
    68 1513 26 86 108

    Doubles
    91 Tomas BERDYCH/Lukas ROSOL (CZE) d Marco CHIUDINELLI/Stanislas WAWRINKA (SUI)
    (Czech Republic defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2013 World Group First Round in Switzerland)
    64 57 64 67(3) 2422
    77 Lucas ARNOLD KER/David NALBANDIAN (ARG) d Yevgeny KAFELNIKOV/Marat SAFIN (RUS)
    (Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 in 2002 World Group Semifinal in Russia)
    64 64 57 36 1917
    77 Sergio CASAL/Emilio SANCHEZ (ESP) d Francisco GONZALEZ/Victor PECCI (PAR)
    (Spain defeated Paraguay 3-2 in 1987 World Group Second Round in Venezuela)
    62 1618 63 1412
    77 Paul ANNACONE/Ken FLACH (USA) d Pat CASH/John FITZGERALD (AUS)
    (Australia defeated USA 3-1 in 1986 World Group Semifinal in Australia)
    810 16 75 1311 97

    Since the introduction of the tiebreak (1989)
    (World Group in bold)

    Singles
    82 Radek STEPANEK (CZE) d. Ivo KARLOVIC (CRO)
    (Czech Republic defeated Croatia 4-1 in 2009 World Group Semifinal in Croatia)
    67(5) 76(5) 76(6) 67(2) 1614
    82 Richard ASHBY (BAR) d. Jose MEDRANO (BOL)
    (Barbados defeated Bolivia 3-2 in 1991 Group II American Main Draw First Round in Bolivia)
    46 76(4) 63 57 2018
    78 Leonardo MAYER (ARG) d. Joao SOUZA (BRA)
    (Argentina defeated Brazil 3-2 in 2015 World Group First Round in Argentina)
    76(4) 76(5) 57 57 1513

    Doubles
    91 Tomas BERDYCH/Lukas ROSOL (CZE) d Marco CHIUDINELLI/Stanislas WAWRINKA (SUI)
    (Czech Republic defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2013 World Group First Round in Switzerland)
    64 57 64 67(3) 2422
    78 Carlos DI LAURA/Jose-Luis NORIEGA (PER) d Mauro MENEZES/Fernando ROESE (BRA)
    (Brazil defeated Peru 3-1 in 1991 Group I American Main Draw First Round in Brazil)
    75 67(6) 76(4) 57 1513
    77 Lucas ARNOLD KER/David NALBANDIAN (ARG) d Yevgeny KAFELNIKOV/Marat SAFIN (RUS)
    (Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 in 2002 World Group Semifinal in Russia)
    64 64 57 36 1917
    77 Viktor EGOROV/Dimitri POLIAKOV (UKR) d Eoin COLLINS/Mark FARREN (IRL)
    (Ukraine defeated Ireland 5-0 in 1994 Group II Euro/African Main Draw First Round in Ireland)
    67(6) 67(3) 63 64 1715
  • Longest Rubber in Elapsed Time

    Singles
    6 hours 43 minutes Leonardo Mayer (ARG) d. Joao Souza (BEL) 76 (4) 76(5) 57 57 1513 in the fourth rubber of 2015 World Group quarterfinals in Buenos Aires, Argentina (ARG d. BRA 3-2)
    6 hours 22 minutes John McEnroe (USA) d. Mats Wilander (SWE) 97 62 1517 36 86 in the fifth rubber of 1982 World Group quarterfinals at St. Louis, MO, USA (USA d. SWE 3-2)
    6 hours 21 minutes Boris Becker (FRG) d. John McEnroe (USA) 46 1513 810 62 62 in the second rubber of 1987 World Group relegation tie at Hartford, CT, USA (FRG d. USA 3-2)

    Doubles
    7 hours 1 minute Tomas Berdych/Lukas Rosol (CZE) d Marco Chiudinelli/Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) 64 57 64 67(3) 2422 in 2013 World Group first round in Geneva, Switzerland (CZE d. SUI 3-2)
    6 hours 20 minutes Lucas Arnold-Ker/David Nalbandian (ARG) d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Marat Safin (RUS) 64 64 57 36 1917 in 2002 World Group semifinals in Moscow, Russia (RUS d. ARG 3-2)
    5 hours 15 minutes Yong-Kyu Lim/Jae-Min Seol (KOR) d. Aqeel Khan/Aisam Qureshi (PAK) 64 62 67 46 1311 in 2012 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II second round in Gimcheon, Korea, Republic (KOR d. PAK 4-0)
  • Most Games in a Set

    Overall (World Group ties in bold)

    Singles
    46 Andrei CHESNOKOV (URS) d. Michiel SCHAPERS (NED)
    (USSR defeated Netherlands 4-1 in 1987 Europe Main Draw Semifinal in Netherlands)
    2422 16 62 62
    46 Dale POWER (CAN) d. Alvaro BETANCUR (COL)
    (Canada defeated Colombia 5-0 in 1976 America Preliminary Round First Round in Canada)
    64 2224 26 63 75
    44 Matthias WERREN (SUI) d. Matthias WERREN (SUI)
    (Spain defeated Switzerland 4-0 in 1971 Europe Main Draw Second Round in Switzerland)
    2123 13

    Doubles
    76 Stan SMITH/Erik VAN DILLEN (USA) d Patricio CORNEJO SECKEL/Jaime FILLOL (CHI)
    (USA defeated Chile 4-0 in 1973 Americas Inter-Zonal Main Draw Final in USA)
    79 3739 86 61 63
    46 Tomas BERDYCH/Lukas ROSOL (CZE) d Marco CHIUDINELLI/Stanislas WAWRINKA (SUI)
    (Czech Republic defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2013 World Group First Round in Switzerland)
    64 57 64 67(3) 2422
    44 Douglas BURKE/Karl HALE (JAM) d Allan LOPEZ/Miguel MERZ (ESA)
    (Jamaica defeated El Salvador 2-1 in 1993 Group III American Main Draw Round Robin in Costa Rica)
    63 46 2321
    44 Carlos-Alberto FERNANDES/Armando VIEIRA (BRA) d Arie AVIDAN-WEISS/Eleazar DAVIDMAN (ISR)
    (Brazil defeated Israel 5-0 in 1957 America Main Draw Semifinal in Canada)
    16 46 64 62 2321

    In the World Group

    Singles
    32 Dmitry TURSUNOV (RUS) d. Andy RODDICK (USA)
    (Russia defeated USA 3-2 in 2006 World Group Semifinal in Russia)
    63 64 57 36 1715
    32 Michael WESTPHAL (FRG) d. Tomas SMID (TCH)
    (Germany F.R. defeated Czechoslovakia 5-0 in 1985 World Group Semifinal in Germany F.R.)
    68 16 75 119 1715
    32 Yannick NOAH (FRA) d. Francisco GONZALEZ (PAR)
    (Paraguay defeated France 3-2 in 1985 World Group First Round in Paraguay)
    36 63 1715 64
    32 John MCENROE (USA) d. Mats WILANDER (SWE)
    (USA defeated Sweden 3-2 in 1982 World Group Second Round in USA)
    97 62 1517 36 86

    Doubles
    46 Tomas BERDYCH/Lukas ROSOL (CZE) d Marco CHIUDINELLI/Stanislas WAWRINKA (SUI)
    (Czech Republic defeated Switzerland 3-2 in 2013 World Group First Round in Switzerland)
    64 57 64 67(3) 2422
    40 Stefan EDBERG/Anders JARRYD (SWE) d Anand AMRITRAJ/Vijay AMRITRAJ (IND)
    (Sweden defeated India 4-1 in 1985 World Group Second Round in India)
    2119 26 63 64
    36 Lucas ARNOLD KER/David NALBANDIAN (ARG) d Yevgeny KAFELNIKOV/Marat SAFIN (RUS)
    (Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 in 2002 World Group Semifinal in Russia)
    64 64 57 36 1917
    34 Sergio CASAL/Emilio SANCHEZ (ESP) d Francisco GONZALEZ/Victor PECCI (PAR)
    (Spain defeated Paraguay 3-2 in 1987 World Group Second Round in Venezuela)
    62 1618 63 1412

    Longest Fifth Sets (World Group ties in bold)

    Singles
    38 Richard Ashby (BAR) d. Jose Medrano (BOL) (first rubber)
    (Barbados defeated Bolivia 3-2 - 1991 American Zone II first round in Bolivia)
    46 76(4) 63 57 2018
    38 Nuno Marques (POR) d. Nenad Zimonjic (YUG) (second rubber)
    (Portugal defeated Yugoslavia 3-2 - 1998 Euro/African Zone II second round in Yugoslavia)
    36 60 26 63 2018
    36 Irakli Labadze (GEO) d. Lukas Lacko (SVK) (first rubber)
    (Slovak Republic defeated Georgia 4-1 – 2008 Europe Africa Group I second round in Slovak Republic)
    46 76(6) 36 63 1917

    Doubles
    46 Tomas Berdych/Lukas Rosol (CZE) d. Marco Chiudinelli/Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI)
    (Czech Republic defeated Switzerland 3-2 – 2013 World Group first round tie in Switzerland)
    64 57 64 67(3) 2422
    44 Carlos-Alberto Fernandes/Armando Vieira (BRA) d. Arie Avidan-Weiss/Eleazar Davidman (ISR)
    (Brazil defeated Israel 5-0 - 1957 American Zone semifinals in Canada)
    16 46 64 62 2321
    36 Jan Kodes/Jan Kukal (TCH) d. Jurgen Fassbender/Hans-Jurgen Pohmann (FRG)
    (Cezechoslovakia defeated West Germany 3-2 – 1972 European Zone semifinal in Germany)
    46 63 36 62 1917
    36 Lucas Arnold-Ker/David Nalbandian (ARG) d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov/Marat Safin (RUS)
    (Russia defeated Argentina 3-2 - 2002 World Group semifinal in Russia)
    64 64 57 36 1917
  • Longest Davis Cup Tiebreaks

    The 1989 competition introduced the tiebreak for all sets, except the final set (two had been played in dead rubbers previously in error: Brazil v Commonwealth Caribbean (1986) and Sri Lanka v Malaysia (1988)).

    Overall

    Tiebreak Result Score Tie
    19-17 Young-Jun Kim (KOR) d. Aqeel Khan (PAK) 76 46 63 76 PAK d. KOR 3-2, 2003 Asia/Oceania Group I relegation play-off (second rubber)
    18-16 Uladzimir Ignatik (BLR) d. Amir Delic (BIH) 76 76 64 BLR d. BIH 4-1, 2012 Europe/Africa Group II second round (fourth rubber)
    16-14 Federico Dondo (URU) d. Juan-Antonio Marin (CRC) 76 63 67 76 URU d. CRC 4-1, 1999 Americas Group II quarterfinal (fourth rubber)
    16-14 Michael Leong (POC) d. Jicham Zaatini (LIB) 75 67 63 46 62 POC d. LIB 3-2, 2005 Asia/Oceania Group II first round (fourth rubber)
    16-14 Blaz Kavcic (SLO) d. Gastao Elias (POR) 76(14) 61 64 SLO d. POR 3-2 , 2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group I first round (second rubber)

    World Group

    Tiebreak Result Score Tie
    15-13 Patrick Rafter (AUS) d. David Rikl (CZE) 76 06 62 AUS d. CZE 5-0, 1997 World Group first round (fifth rubber)
    14-12 Jonas Bjorkman/Nicklas Kulti (SWE) d. Dominik Hrbaty/Karol Kucera (SVK) 46 76 67 61 63 SVK d. SWE 3-2, 1999 World Group first round (third rubber)
    14-12 Peter Wessels (NED) d. Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) 76 67 76 64 NED d. SUI 3-2, 2005 World Group first round (second rubber)
    14-12 Oliver Marach/Alexander Peya (AUT) d. Marcel Granollers/Marc Lopez (ESP) 36 64 64 76 ESP d. AUT 4-1, 2012 World Group quarterfinal (third rubber)
    * also joint-longest doubles tiebreak in Davis Cup (Wayne Black/Kevin Ullyet (ZIM) d. Max Mirnyi/Vladimir Voltchkov (BLR) 63 76 46 76(12), 2002. Europe/Africa Zone Group I second round (ZIM d. BLR 4-1)).
  • Most Tiebreaks in a Tie

    Overall

    Title Zone and Round No. of tiebreaks in tie
    Croatia d. Brazil 4-1 2008 World Group play-off 11
    Finland d. Poland 3-2 2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group I first round 10
    Norway d. Estonia 3-2 2001 Europe/Africa Zone Group II first round 9
    Canada d. Brazil 3-2 2003 World Group play-off 9
    Netherlands d. Ukraine 3-2 2011 Europe/Africa Zone Group I first round 9

    World Group

    Title Zone and Round No. of tiebreaks in tie
    Netherlands d. Spain 4-1 2001 first round 8
    Australia d. Sweden 4-1 2001 semifinal 8
    Spain d. Czech Republic 3-2 2004 first round 8
    France d. Spain 5-0 2010 quarterfinal 8
  • Most Decisive victory in a tie

    Overall

    Sri Lanka defeated Syria for the loss of only six games in 1991 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II first round.


    World Group

    Germany defeated Indonesia for the loss of 26 games in 1989 first round (Germany only conceded 20 games, when defeating Venezuela in the 2002 World Group play-offs).

  • Largest known crowds

    Event Result No. of Spectators on one day
    2014 Final Switzerland d. France in Lille 27,448
    2004 Final Spain d. USA in Seville 27,200
    1954 Final USA d. Australia in Sydney 25,568
    2011 Final Spain d. Argentina in Seville 22,121
    2007 World Group play-off Serbia d. Australia in Belgrade 20,000
  • Players representing more than one nation

    Player First Nation Second Nation
    Adam Baworowski Austria 1933-37 Poland 1939
    Adrian Clarke Caribbean/West Indies 1982-84 *Barbados 1990
    Aleksandr Dolgopolov Soviet Union 1987 Ukraine 1993
    Aleksandar Kitinov Yugoslavia 1992 Macedonia, FYR 1995
    Aleksandr Nedovyesov Ukraine 2005 Kazakhstan 2014
    Asif Ismail India 1994 Hong Kong, China 2003-04
    Boran Vujic Yugoslavia 1995-97 Bosnia/Herzegovina 2004
    Bing-Chao Lin Indonesia 1991-94 Chinese Taipei 1998-2000
    Colin Dowdeswell Rhodesia 1976 Great Britain 1984-86
    Denys Molchanov Moldova 2003-04 Ukraine 2012-14
    Dimitri Poliakov USSR 1990-91 Ukraine 1993-98
    Douglas Burke Caribbean/West Indies 1987 *Jamaica 1988-95
    Georg Von Metaxa Austria 1933-37 Germany 1938-39
    Goran Bosalevski Macedonia FYR 1999 Hong Kong, China 2008
    Goran Ivanisevic Yugoslavia 1988-91 Croatia 1993-2005
    Goran Prpic Yugoslavia 1983-91 Croatia 1993
    Glynn James Eastern Caribbean 1994-2004 St Lucia 1998
    Hans Redl Austria 1937-55 Germany 1938
    Henri Laaksonen Finland 2009 Switzerland 2013
    Henri Sinson Eastern Caribbean 1995-96 **St Lucia 1998
    Hitesh Morriswala Pacific Oceania 1996 ***Fiji 1999-2000
    Ivan Dodig Bosnia/Herzegovina 2002-03, 2005-06 Croatia 2010-13
    Jerry Williams Eastern Caribbean 1991 **Antigua 1996-2001
    Jimmy Tasker Caribbean/West Indies 1984 *Barbados 1990
    John Antonas Caribbean/West Indies 1974-82 *Bahamas 1989
    John Maginley Caribbean/West Indies 1986 *Eastern Caribbean 1991-95
    **Antigua 1997
    Jorge Lemann Switzerland 1962 Brazil 1973
    Kane Easter Eastern Caribbean 1996 **St Lucia 1998-2004
    Karl Hale Caribbean/West Indies 1984-86 *Jamaica 1988-2004
    Lamine Ouahab Algeria 2002-08 Morocco 2014
    Libor Pimek Czechoslovakia 1983-85 Belgium 1991-98
    Ling Lu China, PR 1998 Hong Kong, China 2003
    Mark Ferreira India 1989 Hong Kong, China 1997
    Mohamed-Khaliq Siddiq Pakistan 1993-99 Kuwait 2003-08
    Roderich Menzel Czechoslovakia 1928-38 Germany 1939
    Roger Smith Caribbean/West Indies 1985-87 *Bahamas 1989-2000
    Sanjeev Tikaram Pacific Oceania 1995-98 ***Fiji 1999-2001
    Tony Wilding Australasia 1905-09 ****New Zealand 1914
    Vernon Lewis Eastern Caribbean 1991-97 **St Lucia 1998-2004
    Vladimir Gabrichidze USSR/CIS 1990-92 Georgia 1995-2002

    * Bahamas, Barbados, Eastern Caribbean and Jamaica previously competed as part of Caribbean/West Indies.
    ** Antigua and St Lucia competed as part of Eastern Caribbean until 1995 and 1997 respectively.
    *** Fiji competed as part of Pacific Oceania until 1998, then in its own right until 2001, although it has subsequently rejoined Pacific Oceania.
    **** New Zealand competed with Australia as combined Australasia team 1905-13.

    Note: in certain cases, when a country ceases to exist and is replaced by a new nation or nations, one of those new nations generally assumes the records of the old nation. In this case players are assumed to have continued to represent the same nation e.g. Boris Becker played for both West Germany and Germany during his Davis Cup career but this counts as representing just one nation given that Germany assumed West Germany’s records upon reunification in 1989.

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