Australia will take on Brazil for the first time since 2001, bidding for a place in the 2020 Davis Cup Finals in Madrid in November. Date: 6-7 March 2020. Venue: Memorial Drive Tennis Club – Adelaide, Australia.
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Davis Cup 2021: what does the rest of season look like? After an exciting weekend of Davis Cup by Rakuten action, we take a look at the schedule for the rest of the 2021 Davis Cup season Draws announced for Davis Cup by Rakuten World Group I and World Group II Knock-outs The ITF has announced the ...
Australia won the Davis Cup title 17 times in 1939, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1973. The only decades that Australia didn't win the Davis Cup was in the 1920s, 40s and 2010s. Australia was runner up 8 times during the 1920s and 40s.
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Australia’s John Millman completed a remarkable comeback to claim a three-set victory over Thiago Monteiro, sending Australia to the Davis Cup finals in Spain. Millman lost his opening set ...
This will be just third Davis Cup match ever held on Newport’s grass courts, and the first in 30 years. A century ago, in 1921, the Australasian Davis Cup team, then representing Australia and New Zealand played a tie against Japan at the venue, then known as Newport Casino. Additionally, the ITHF hosted the Spain v. USA Quarterfinal Round in 1991.
Early years. In 1905, Davis Cup expanded to include France, Austria, Belgium and Australasia, a combined team of players from Australia and New Zealand. Then by the 1920s, there were over 20 nations regularly playing in the competition.
Up until 1973, the Davis Cup had only ever been won by the United States, Great Britain/British Isles, France and Australia/Australasia. Their domination was eventually broken in 1974 when South Africa and India made the final; however, the final was scratched and South Africa awarded the cup after India refused to travel to South Africa in protest of South Africa's apartheid policies.
The stadium last hosted the Davis Cup in 1959, when Rod Laver, Roy Emerson and Neale Fraser led Australia to a 3-2 victory over a United States team that featured Alex Olmedo, Butch Buchholz and ...