Australia were the last winners before the onset of the Second World War. They beat the United States 3–2 in 1939. Upon resumption of the tournament in 1946, it was renamed the Davis Cup after the death of Dwight D. Davis in 1945. The United States regained the title after they beat Australia 5–0.
In total, 15 nations have been crowned Davis Cup world champions since USA won the inaugural competition in 1900. Spain is the reigning world champion after defeating Canada 2-0 in the Davis Cup by Rakuten Madrid final on 24 November 2019.
Debuts by Nation in the Final. Of the 22 nations who have reached the Davis Cup Final, six nations have won the Davis Cup trophy in their debut final - USA, Australia (playing as Australasia), South Africa (by walkover), Sweden, Croatia, and Serbia. Year.
The Davis Cup is the premier international team event in men's tennis. It is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and is contested annually between teams from competing countries in a knock-out format. It is described by the organisers as the "World Cup of Tennis", and the winners are referred to as the World Champion team.
United states won most of the Davis Cup by national side in 32 matches and they won last final in 2017. Besides Australia earned the second place they won 28 Cup. In 2019, Spain won the Davis Cup final against Canada.
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Spain won the Davis Cup 2019 as they won 2-0 against Canada. The Davis Cup has always been a special tournament for the players as they get to represent their respective countries as a team are the competition is quite fierce as every country tries their level best to select the best of the best players for their team. Now let us have a look at the winners of the tournament so far. The first-ever Davis Cup tournament was held in 1900, and the ritual has been carried on to date.
Gaston Gaudio's side prevailed 4-1 in their Davis Cup by Rakuten World Group I tie against Belarus after wins in the doubles for Maximo Gonzalez and Horacio Zeballos and a win in singles for Diego Schwartzman
Britain are regarded as the overwhelming favourites to end up as the Davis Cup winners largely due to the presence of inform players like Andy Murray. However, the only narrowly beat Serbia in the quarter-finals to set up a tie against Argentina in the Davis Cup semi final.