TEAM USA FALLS TO AUSSIES IN DAVIS CUP READ MORE
TEAM USA FALLS TO AUSSIES

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With 32 titles to its credit, the U.S. Davis Cup team has set the standard for excellence in team competition for more than a century. Only one other nation has won the title more than 10 times.

 

Some of the greatest players in tennis history have represented the U.S. in Davis Cup, including Arthur Ashe, John McEnroe, Bill Tilden, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.

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Team USA will be back in Davis Cup action April 7-9, 2017. The U.S. will travel to Australia in a World Group quarterfinal contest for a spot in the final four. Should the U.S. advance, it would face either Belgium or Italy in the semifinals.

In 2012, John Isner defeated world No. 3 Roger Federer in the World Group First Round in Switzerland in Isner’s first live singles
match. It was the first time Federer had lost to an American on clay since 1999.
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In 2012, John Isner defeated world No. 3 Roger Federer in the World Group First Round in Switzerland in Isner’s first live singles match. It was the first time Federer had lost to an American on clay since 1999.

The U.S. has won a record 32 titles since Davis Cup began in 1900.

John McEnroe holds the record for U.S. Davis Cup singles wins (41).

Mike Bryan has more doubles wins (24) than any other American player.

Patrick McEnroe served as the U.S. team captain for a record 10 years.

Since Davis Cup began in 1900, 140 players have represented the U.S.

Three sets of brothers (Bryan, McEnroe, Wrenn) played for the U.S.

<p>The U.S. has won a record 32 titles since Davis Cup began in 1900.</p>
<p>John McEnroe holds the record for U.S. Davis Cup singles wins (41).<br>
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<p>John McEnroe holds the record for U.S. Davis Cup singles wins (41).<br>
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<p>Patrick McEnroe served as the U.S. team captain for a record 10 years.</p>
<p>Since Davis Cup began in 1900, 140 players have represented the U.S.</p>
<p>Three sets of brothers (Bryan, McEnroe, Wrenn) played for the U.S.</p>
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