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Friday, November 29, 2019

List of Davis cup Champions: Spain 2019 Winners for sixth title

Davis Cup Champions List: Past historic Winners by Year 1900-2019







Davis Cup is a 116 Years old prestigious international Men's teams' tournament. It is organized by the International Tennis Federation ( ITF ) annually from competing countries in a knock-out format.

It is formally known as "World cup of Tennis", & winners referred to as the World Champion team.

The first event of Davis Cup Tennis was held in 1900 as Challenge Cup between the USA & Great Britain.

The most successful winning team of Davis Cup is by the USA are 32 times, & as a runner-up, 29 times, & on 2nd is the Australia most winning titles are 28 times and finished as a runner-up 19 times in tennis history.

The USA has the record by winning Davis Cup the 7th time's Consecutive titles from 1920-1926.

The Most appearance in Davis Cup finals is by Australia 23 times from 1946 to 1968.

Most Individuals titles of Davis Cup wins by Ray Emerson, Australia is 8 times. And on 3rd is Great Britain by winning titles 9 times & last win in 2015, and in 1936.

Davis Cup final 2016 Winning team is Argentina against Croatia, who debut to win the first title of Davis Cup.

Davis Cup 2017 win by France to Def. Belgium in final score as 3-2 for 10th times.

Marin Cilic clinched Croatia's second Davis Cup 2018 title as he beat defending champions France's Lucas Pouille 7-6(3) 6-3 6-3 to give his side a decisive 3-1 lead in the final at Lille's Stade Pierre Mauroy, France.

Nadal conquered the Spanish team to a 2-0 victory over Canada in Davis Cup 2019 final, recording a 6-3 7-6(7) triumph over Denis Shapovalov after Roberto Bautista Agut had defeated Felix Auger-Aliasimme 7-6(3) 6-3 to set Spain on their way to the title. The results secured a sixth Davis Cup crown for Spain – their first since defeating Argentina in Seville in 2011, while first comes in 2000 when they beat Australia 3-0.






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Full List of Davis Cup Winners, runners-up.



Here is the complete list of All-time champion teams of Davis Cup final and when & where they are held. 


See Also =    Women's Tennis World Cup Fed Cup Champions List.





YearChampionsScoreRunner-UpVenue (Held)

2019

2018

2017

2016

Spain

Croatia

France

Argentina (ARG)

2

3

3

3

-

-

-

-

0

2

2

2

Canada

France

Belgium

(CRO) Croatia

Spain

France

France

 Croatia
2015Great Britain (GBR)3-1(BEL) Belgium  Belgium
2014Switzerland (SUI)3-1(FRA) France France
2013Czech Republic (CZE)3-2(SRB) Serbia Serbia
2012Czech Republic (CZE)3-2(ESP) Spain  Republic
2011Spain (ESP)3-1(ARG) Argentina Spain
2010Serbia (SRB)3-2(FRA) France Serbia
2009Spain (ESP)5-0(CZE) Czech Republic Spain
2008Spain (ESP)3-1(ARG) Argentina  Argentina
2007USA (USA)4-1(RUS) Russia  USA
2006Russia (RUS)3-2(ARG) Argentina  Russia
2005Croatia (CRO)3-2(SVK) Slovakia  Slovak Republic
2004Spain (ESP)3-2(USA) USA  Spain
2003Australia (AUS)3-1(ESP) Spain Australia
2002Russia (RUS)3-2(FRA) France  France
2001France (FRA)3-2(AUS) Australia Australia
2000Spain (ESP)3-1(AUS) Australia Spain
1999Australia (AUS)3-2(FRA) France  France
1998Sweden (SWE)4-1(ITA) Italy  Italy
1997Sweden (SWE)5-0(USA) USA  Sweden
1996France (FRA)3-2(SWE) Sweden Sweden
1995USA (USA)3-2(RUS) Russia  Russia
1994Sweden (SWE)4-1(RUS) Russia  Russia
1993Germany (GER)4-1(AUS) Australia Germany
1992USA (USA)3-1(SUI) Switzerland  USA
1991France (FRA)3-1(USA) USA  France
1990USA (USA)3-2(AUS) Australia  USA
1989Germany F.R. (FRG)3-2(SWE) Sweden  West Germany
1988Germany F.R. (FRG)4-1(SWE) Sweden  Sweden
1987Sweden (SWE)5-0(IND) India  Sweden
1986Australia (AUS)3-2(SWE) Sweden Australia
1985Sweden (SWE)3-2(FRG) Germany F.R.  West Germany
1984Sweden (SWE)4-1(USA) USA Sweden
1983Australia (AUS)3-2(SWE) Sweden  Australia
1982USA (USA)4-1(FRA) France  France
1981USA (USA)3-1(ARG) Argentina  USA
1980Czechoslovakia (TCH)4-1(ITA) Italy  Czechoslovakia
1979USA (USA)5-0(ITA) Italy CA, USA
1978USA (USA)4-1(GBR) Great Britain  CA, USA
1977Australia (AUS)3-1(ITA) Italy  Sydney, Australia
1976Italy (ITA)4-1(CHI) Chile Santiago, Chile
1975Sweden (SWE)3-2(TCH) Czechoslovakia  Stockholm, Sweden
1974South Africa (RSA)-(IND) IndiaSouth Africa won by walkover
1973Australia (AUS)5-0(USA) USA  Cleveland, OH, USA
1972USA (USA)3-2(ROU) Romania  Bucharest, Romania
1971USA (USA)3-2(ROU) Romania  Charlotte, NC, USA
1970USA (USA)5-0(FRG) Germany F.R.  Cleveland, OH, USA
1969USA (USA)5-0(ROU) Romania  Cleveland, OH, USA
1968USA (USA)4-1(AUS) Australia  Adelaide, Australia
1967Australia (AUS)4-1(ESP) Spain  Brisbane, Australia
1966Australia (AUS)4-1(IND) India  Melbourne, Australia
1965Australia (AUS)4-1(ESP) Spain  Sydney, Australia
1964Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA Cleveland, OH, USA
1963USA (USA)3-2(AUS) Australia Adelaide, Australia
1962Australia (AUS)5-0(MEX) Mexico  Brisbane, Australia
1961Australia (AUS)5-0(ITA) Italy  Melbourne, Australia
1960Australia (AUS)4-1(ITA) Italy  Sydney, Australia
1959Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA  NY, USA
1958USA (USA)3-2(AUS) Australia  Brisbane, Australia
1957Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA  Melbourne, Australia
1956Australia (AUS)5-0(USA) USA  Adelaide, Australia
1955Australia (AUS)5-0(USA) USA NY, USA
1954USA (USA)3-2(AUS) Australia  Sydney, Australia
1953Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA  Melbourne, Australia
1952Australia (AUS)4-1(USA) USA  Adelaide, Australia
1951Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA  Sydney, Australia
1950Australia (AUS)4-1(USA) USA  NY, USA
1949USA (USA)4-1(AUS) Australia  NY, USA
1948USA (USA)5-0(AUS) Australia  NY, USA
1947USA (USA)4-1(AUS) Australia NY, USA
1946USA (USA)5-0(AUS) Australia  Melbourne, Australia
1939Australia (AUS)3-2(USA) USA  PA, USA
1938USA (USA)3-2(AUS) Australia  Philadelphia, PA, USA
1937USA (USA)4-1(GBR) Great Britain London, England
1936Great Britain (GBR)3-2(AUS) Australia  London, England
1935Great Britain (GBR)5-0(USA) USA  London, England
1934Great Britain (GBR)4-1(USA) USA  London, England
1933Great Britain (GBR)3-2(FRA) France  Paris, France
1932France (FRA)3-2(USA) USA Paris, France
1931France (FRA)3-2(GBR) Great Britain Paris, France
1930France (FRA)4-1(USA) USA Paris, France
1929France (FRA)3-2(USA) USA  Paris, France
1928France (FRA)4-1(USA) USA Paris, France
1927France (FRA)3-2(USA) USA  Philadelphia, PA, USA
1926USA (USA)4-1(FRA) France  Philadelphia, PA, USA
1925USA (USA)5-0(FRA) France  Philadelphia, PA, USA
1924USA (USA)5-0(AUS) Australia Philadelphia, PA, USA
1923USA (USA)4-1(AUS) Australia  NY, USA
1922USA (USA)4-1(ANZ) Australasia  NY, USA
1921USA (USA)5-0(JPN) Japan NY, USA
1920USA (USA)5-0(ANZ) Australasia  Auckland, New Zealand
1919Australasia (ANZ)4-1(GBR) Great Britain Sydney, Australia
1914Australasia (ANZ)3-2(USA) USA  NY, USA
1913USA (USA)3-2(GBR) Great Britain London, England
1912British Isles (BRI)3-2(ANZ) Australasia  Melbourne, Australia
1911Australasia (ANZ)5-0(USA) USA  Christchurch, New Zealand
1909Australasia (ANZ)5-0(USA) USA  Sydney, Australia
1908Australasia (ANZ)3-2(USA) USA Melbourne, Australia
1907Australasia (ANZ)3-2(BRI) British Isles  London, England
1906British Isles (BRI)5-0(USA) USA  London, England
1905British Isles (BRI)5-0(USA) USA London, England
1904British Isles (BRI)5-0(BEL) Belgium London, England
1903British Isles (BRI)4-1(USA) USA Boston, MA, USA
1902USA (USA)3-2(BRI) British Isles Brooklyn, NY, USA
1900USA (USA)3-0(BRI) British Isles 






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