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The 2000 Davis Cup was the 89th edition of the most important tournament between nations in men's tennis. A total of 135 nations participated in the tournament. In the final, Spain defeated Australia at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain, on 8-10 December, giving Spain their first title, after playing every single match on home soil.[1][2]

2000 Davis Cup
Details
Duration4 February – 10 December
Edition89th
Champion
Winning Nation Spain
1999
2001

Contents

World GroupEdit

Participating Teams
 
Australia
 
Austria
 
Belgium
 
Brazil
 
Czech Republic
 
France
 
Germany
 
Great Britain
 
Italy
 
Netherlands
 
Russia
 
Slovakia
 
Spain
 
Switzerland
 
United States
 
Zimbabwe

DrawEdit

  First round
4-6 February
Quarterfinals
7-9 April
Semifinals
21-23 July
Final
8-10 December
                                     
Harare, Zimbabwe (indoor hard)
   United States 3  
Inglewood, United States (indoor carpet)
   Zimbabwe 2  
     United States 3  
Ostrava, Czech Republic (indoor clay)
     Czech Republic 2  
   Great Britain 1
Santander, Spain (clay)
   Czech Republic 4  
     United States 0  
Murcia, Spain (clay)
     Spain 5  
   Spain 4  
Málaga, Spain (clay)
   Italy 1  
     Spain 4
Moscow, Russia (indoor carpet)
     Russia 1  
   Russia 4
Barcelona, Spain (indoor clay)
   Belgium 1  
     Spain 3
Bratislava, Slovakia (indoor hard)
     Australia 1
   Austria 2  
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (clay)
   Slovakia 3  
     Slovakia 2
Florianópolis, Brazil (clay)
     Brazil 3  
   Brazil 4
Brisbane, Australia (grass)
   France 1  
     Brazil 0
Leipzig, Germany (indoor carpet)
     Australia 5  
   Netherlands 1  
Adelaide, Australia (grass)
   Germany 4  
     Germany 2
Zürich, Switzerland (indoor carpet)
     Australia 3  
    Switzerland 2
   Australia 3  

FinalEdit

 
Spain
3
Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain[3]
8-10 December 2000
Clay (i)
 
Australia
1
1 2 3 4 5
1  
 
Albert Costa
Lleyton Hewitt
6
3
1
6
6
2
4
6
4
6
 
2  
 
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Patrick Rafter
64
77
77
62
6
2
3
1
   
retired
3  
 
Juan Manuel Balcells / Àlex Corretja
Sandon Stolle / Mark Woodforde
6
4
6
4
6
4
     
4  
 
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Lleyton Hewitt
6
2
77
65
4
6
6
4
   
5  
 
Albert Costa
Patrick Rafter
          not
played

World Group PlayoffsEdit

Date: 14-23 July

Venue Home Team Score Visiting Team
Rennes, France (indoor carpet)   France 5-0   Austria
Wimbledon, England (grass)   Great Britain 2-3   Ecuador
Venice, Italy (clay)   Italy 1-4   Belgium
    Morocco w/o   Chile
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (clay)   Uzbekistan 1-4   Netherlands
Båstad, Sweden (clay)   Sweden 5-0   India
St. Gallen, Switzerland (outdoor carpet)    Switzerland 5-0   Belarus
Harare, Zimbabwe (indoor hard)   Zimbabwe 2-3   Romania
  • Ecuador, Morocco, Romania, and Sweden promoted to World Group in 2001.
  • Belgium, France, Netherlands, and Switzerland remain in World Group in 2001.
  • Belarus (EA), Chile (AMN), India (AO), and Uzbekistan (AO) remain in Group I in 2001.
  • Austria (EA), Great Britain (EA), Italy (EA), and Zimbabwe (EA) relegated to Group I in 2001.

Americas ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IVEdit

Participating Teams

Asia/Oceania ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IVEdit

Participating Teams

Europe/Africa ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IIIEdit

Venue IEdit

Participating Teams


Venue IIEdit

Participating Teams

Group IVEdit

Venue IEdit

Participating Teams

Venue IIEdit

Participating Teams

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ John Barrett, ed. (2001). ITF World of Tennis 2001. London: HarperCollins. pp. 33–48. ISBN 9780007111299.
  2. ^ "Davis Cup – Draws & Results". ITF.
  3. ^ "Spain v Australia". daviscup.com.