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2019 Hopman Cup: Federer crown 3 titles, Past Winners List | History

Hopman Cup Winners List: All-Time Past Champions results, History.




 Switzerland won the Hopman Cup title in 2019 again, with Roger Federer and Belinda Bencic combining to beat Germany's Angelique Kerber and Alexander Zverev in the final.
Overall Switzerland has equalized the Spain record of winning trophies of Hopman Cup Fourth times.

 Roger Federer is the most successful individual in Hopman Cup history with 3 titles.





Hopman Cup, Federer historic 3 titles, past champions, winners list





The Hopman Cup is an annual international eight-team indoor hardcourt tennis tournament held in Perth, Western Australia in early January (sometimes commencing in late December) each year, which plays mixed-gender teams on a country-by-country basis.

 The Hopman Cup has consistently attracted the game’s best players. More than 20 former world No. 1's have represented their nation over the years.

The Inaugural Hopman roll of honour in 1989 was awarded to Czechoslovakian women award give to Helena Sukova, & Man award goes to Miloslav Mecir.

The United States has won the most title winners of Hopman Cup with 6 times, while Spain & Switzerland are the 2nd most winning teams has hold the 4 titles each.


Some of the all-time great players & tournament Winners to play at the Hopman Cup include John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, Yannick Noah, Mats Wilander, Pat Cash, Boris Becker, Marat Safin, Lleyton Hewitt, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Steffi Graf, Arantxa Sanchez Vicario, Monica Seles, Martina Hingis, Lindsay Davenport, Justine Henin, Kim Clijsters and Serena Williams.



Here is Full list of All-Time Hopman Cup winners: Past historic Champions and results from 1989-2019.


Year   -    Winners  --      Runners-Cup    --    Women's - Men's Champions. 


1989  -   Czechoslovakia  2 - 0 Australia  -    Helena Sukova/Miloslav Mecir

1990      Spain 2  - 1  United States      Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario/Emilio Sanchez

1991  -    Yugoslavia  3 - 0   USA   -    Monica Seles/Goran Prpic

1992  -    Switzerland   2  - 1  Czechoslovakia   -    Manuela Maleeva/Jakob Hlasek

1993  -    Germany  2 - 0 Spain   -    Steffi Graf/Michael Stich

1994  -    Czech Republic   2 - 1 Germany  -    Jana Novotna/Petr Korda

1995  -    Germany   2 - 0  Ukraine  -    Anke Huber/Boris Becker

1996  -    Croatia  2 -1  Switzerland    -    Iva Majoli/Goran Ivanisevic

1997  -    USA  2 - 1 South Africa  -    Chanda Rubin/Justin Gimelstob

1998  -    Slovakia   2 - 1  France   -    Karina Hadsudova/Karol Kucera

1999  -   Australia   2 - 1  Sweden   -    Jelena Dokic/Mark Philippoussis

2000  -   South Africa   3 - 0  Thailand  -    Amanda Coetzer/Wayne Ferreira

2001  -   Switzerland  2 - 1  USA   -    Martina Hingis/Roger Federer

2002  -   Spain  2 - 1   USA   -    Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario/Tommy Robredo

2003  -   USA  3 - 0    Australia   -    Serena Williams/James Blake

2004  -   USA  2 -1  Slovakia  -    Lindsay Davenport/James Blake

2005  -   Slovakia  3 - 0  Argentina   -    Daniela Hantuchova/Dominik Hrbaty

2006  -   USA  2  - 1  Netherlands   -    Lisa Raymond/Taylor Dent

2007  -   Russia   2 - 0  Spain  -    Nadia Petrova/Dmitry Tursunov

2008  -    USA   2 - 1  Serbia  -    Serena Williams/Mardy Fish

2009  -   Slovakia  2 - 0  Russia  -    Dominika Cibulkova/Dominik Hrbaty

2010  -    Spain  2 - 1  Great Britain  -    Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez/Tommy Robredo

2011  -    USA   2 - 1  Belgium  -    Bethanie Mattek-Sands/John Isner

2012  -    Czech Republic  2 - 0  France   -    Petra Kvitova/Tomas Berdych

2013  -    Spain   2 - 1  Serbia   -    Anabel Medina Garrigues/Fernando Verdasco

2014  -    France  2 -1  Poland   -    Alize Cornet/Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

2015  -    Poland    2  -1  USA   -    Agnieszka Radwanska/Jerzy Janowicz

2016  -    Australia   2 - 0  Ukraine   -    Green Daria Gavrilova/Nick Kyrgios

2017  -    France   2 -1  USA   -    Kristina Mladenovic/Richard Gasquet

2018  -    Switzerland    2 - 1   Germany   -    Roger Federer & Belinda Bencic

2019  -     Switzerland     2 - 1   Germany    -    Roger Federer & Belinda Bencic

2020  -

2021   -







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