Next tie 6-8 March 2015
Canada will host Japan in a repeat of the World Group first round tie between the two nations in 2014. The Canadians lost that one, but they were without Milos Raonic and Vasek Pospisil due to injury.
Last tie 12-14 September 2014
Canada overcame a valiant effort by Colombia to book its place in the top tier for another year. Victories for Vasek Pospisil and Milos Raonic in three of the four singles rubbers proved enough to see the Canadians over the finish line.
Canada equalled its best Davis Cup result, achieved in 1913, by reaching the semifinals for a second time in 2013. Since the introduction of the World Group in 1981, Canada has won just two ties - defeating Spain in last year's first round and Italy in the quarterfinals. Canada's Harry Fritz played in the longest Davis Cup singles rubber in terms of the number of game (100), beating Venezuela's Jorge Andrew 1614 119 911 46 119 in 1982. Meanwhile, another Canadian, Dale Power, was involved in the joint-longest singles set in the competition's history - 46 games - in 1976.
Next Tie06 Mar 2015
World Group - First Round
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