Davis Cup Championships

Champions and Runners-up of the Century

CHALLENGE ROUNDS

CHALLENGE ROUNDS

1900-United States 3, Britain 01901-No Competition1902-United States 3, Britain 21903-Britain 4, United States 11904-Britain 5, Belgium 01905-Britain 5, United States 01906-Britain 5, United States 01907-Australia 3, Britain 21908-Australia 3, United States 21909-Australia 5, United States 01910-No Competition1911-Australia 5, United States 01912-Britain 3, Australia 21913-United States 3, Britain 21914-Australia 3, United States 21915-No Competition1916-No Competition1917-No Competition1918-No Competition1919-Australia 4, United States 11920-United States 5, Australia 01921-United States 5, Japan 01922-United States 4, Australia 11923-United States 4, Australia 11924-United States 5, Australia 01925-United States 5, France 01926-United States 4, France 11927-France 3, United States 21928-France 4, United States 11929-France 3, United States 21930-France 4, United States 11931-France 3, Britain 21932-France 3, United States 21933-Britain 3, France 21934-Britain 4, United States 11935-Britain 5, United States 01936-Britain 3, Australia 21937-United States 4, Britain 11938-United States 3, Australia 21939-Australia 3, United States 21940-No Competition1941-No Competition1942-No Competition1943-No Competition1944-No Competition1945-No Competition1946-United States 5, Australia 01947-United States 4, Australia 11948-United States 5, Australia 01949-United States 4, Australia 11950-Australia 4, United States 11951-Australia 3, United States 21952-Australia 4, United States 11953-Australia 3, United States 21954-United States 3, Australia 21955-Australia 5, United States 01956-Australia 5, United States 01957-Australia 3, United States 21958-United States 3, Australia 21959-Australia 3, United States 21960-Australia 4, Italy 11961-Australia 5, Italy 01962-Australia 5, Mexico 01963-United States 3, Australia 21964-Australia 3, United States 21965-Australia 4, Spain 11966-Australia 4, India 11967-Australia 4, Spain 11968-United States 4, Australia 11969-United States 5, Romania 01970-United States 5, West Germany 01971-United States 3, Romania 2

FINAL ROUNDS

1972-United States 3, Romania 21973-Australia 5, United States 01974-South Africa def. India, default1975-Sweden 3, Czechoslovakia 21976-Italy 4, Chile 11977-Australia 3, Italy 11978-United States 4, Britain 11979-United States 5, Italy 01980-Czechoslovakia 5, Italy 01981-United States 3, Argentina 11982-United States 4, France 11983-Australia 3, Sweden 21984-Sweden 4, United States 11985-Sweden 3, West Germany 21986-Australia 3, Sweden 21987-Sweden 5, India 01988-West Germany 4, Sweden 11989-West Germany 3, Sweden 21990-United States 3, Australia 21991-France 3, United States 11992-United States 3, Swtizerland 11993-Germany 4, Australia 11994-Sweden 4, Russia 11995-United States 3, Russia 21996-France 3, Sweden 21997-Sweden 5, United States 01998-Sweden 4, Italy 1

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