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The 2011 Davis Cup (also known as the 2011 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas for sponsorship purposes) is the 100th edition of a tournament between national teams in men's tennis. Spain was the championship team, winning the final over Argentina, 3–1.[1][2]

2011 Davis Cup
Details
Duration4 March – 4 December
Edition100th
Champion
Winning Nation Spain
2010
2012

The draw took place in September 2010 in Brussels, Belgium.[3]

World GroupEdit

Participating Teams
 
Argentina
 
Austria
 
Belgium
 
Chile
 
Croatia
 
Czech Republic
 
France
 
Germany
 
India
 
Kazakhstan
 
Romania
 
Russia
 
Serbia
 
Spain
 
Sweden
 
United States

Seeds:

DrawEdit

  First Round
4–6 March
Quarterfinals
8–10 July
Semifinals
16–18 September
Final
2–4 December
                                     
Novi Sad, Serbia (indoor hard)
1    Serbia 4  
Halmstad, Sweden (indoor hard)
     India 1  
  1    Serbia 4  
Borås, Sweden (indoor hard)
     Sweden 1  
7    Russia 2
Belgrade, Serbia (indoor hard)
     Sweden 3  
  1    Serbia 2  
Ostrava, Czech Republic (indoor hard)
  5    Argentina 3  
4    Czech Republic 2  
Buenos Aires, Argentina (clay) 7–9 July
     Kazakhstan 3  
     Kazakhstan 0
Buenos Aires, Argentina (clay)
  5    Argentina 5  
5    Argentina 4
Seville, Spain (clay)
     Romania 1  
  5    Argentina 1
Santiago, Chile (clay)
  3    Spain 3
     Chile 1  
Austin, United States (indoor hard)
6    United States 4  
  6    United States 1
Charleroi, Belgium (indoor hard)
  3    Spain 3  
     Belgium 1
Córdoba, Spain (clay)
3    Spain 4  
  3    Spain 4
Zagreb, Croatia (indoor hard)
  2    France 1  
     Germany 3  
Stuttgart, Germany (clay)
8    Croatia 2  
     Germany 1
Vienna, Austria (indoor clay)
  2    France 4  
     Austria 2
2    France 3  

FinalEdit

 
Spain
3
Estadio Olímpico, Seville, Spain[4][5]
2–4 December 2011
Clay (i)
 
Argentina
1
1 2 3 4 5
1  
 
Rafael Nadal
Juan Mónaco
6
1
6
1
6
2
     
2  
 
David Ferrer
Juan Martín del Potro
6
2
62
77
3
6
6
4
6
3
 
3  
 
Feliciano López / Fernando Verdasco
David Nalbandian / Eduardo Schwank
4
6
2
6
3
6
     
4  
 
Rafael Nadal
Juan Martín del Potro
1
6
6
4
6
1
77
60
   
5  
 
David Ferrer
David Nalbandian
          not
played

World Group Play-offsEdit

Date: 16–18 September

The eight losing teams in the World Group first round ties and eight winners of the Zonal Group I final round ties will compete in the World Group Play-offs for spots in the 2012 World Group.

Home team Score Visiting team Location Venue Door Surface
  Romania 0–5   Czech Republic Bucharest Centrul National De Tenis Outdoor Clay
  Russia 3–2   Brazil Kazan Kazan Tennis Academy Indoor Hard
  Israel 2–3   Canada Ramat HaSharon Canada Stadium Outdoor Hard
  South Africa 1–4   Croatia Potchefstroom Fanie du Toit Sports Complex Outdoor Hard
  Chile 1–4   Italy Santiago Estadio Nacional Outdoor Hard
  Japan 4–1   India Tokyo Ariake Coliseum Outdoor Hard
  Belgium 1–4   Austria Antwerp Lotto Arena Indoor Hard
  Australia 2–3    Switzerland Sydney Royal Sydney Golf Club Outdoor Grass

Americas ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

DrawEdit

  2nd round play-offs
28–30 October
1st round play-offs
16–19 September
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
                                     
 
    1    Ecuador  
  Guayaquil, Ecuador (clay)      bye     Guayaquil, Ecuador (clay)
  1    Ecuador 3       1    Ecuador 2
     Mexico 2   Asunción, Mexico (clay)      Canada 3
       Mexico 1
  Mexico City, Mexico (clay)          Canada 4  
     Mexico 0  
     Colombia 5     Montevideo, Uruguay (clay)
         Uruguay 4  
         Colombia 1     Montevideo, Uruguay (clay)
   Colombia          Uruguay 0
   bye     2    Brazil 5
     bye
    2    Brazil  
  Mexico relegated to
Group II in 2012.
    Canada and   Brazil
advance to World Group Play-off.

Group IIEdit

DrawEdit

  Play-offs
8–10 July
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
3rd round
16–19 September
                                     
  Lima, Perú (clay)
    1    Peru 5  
  Santa Tecla, El Salvador (clay)        Netherlands Antilles 0     Lima, Perú (clay)
   Netherlands Antilles 2       1    Peru 3  
   El Salvador 3   Santa Tecla, El Salvador (clay)   3    Dominican Republic 1  
  3    Dominican Republic 5
         El Salvador 0     Asunción, Paraguay (clay)
    1    Peru 3
  Mayagüez, Puerto Rico (hard)     4    Paraguay 1
         Puerto Rico 1  
  Mayagüez, Puerto Rico (hard)   4    Paraguay 4     Asunción, Paraguay (clay)
   Puerto Rico 4       4    Paraguay 3
   Haiti 1   Caracas, Venezuela (hard)   2    Venezuela 1  
       Haiti 2
    2    Venezuela 3  
  Netherlands Antilles and   Haiti
relegated to Group III in 2012.
    Peru promoted
to Group I in 2012.

Group IIIEdit

Honduras and Jamaica finished in the relegation places. However, in 2012 Groups III and IV were merged, so no demotion occurred.

Group IVEdit

Asia/Oceania ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

DrawEdit

  2nd round play-offs
16–18 September
1st round play-offs
8–10 July
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
                                     
 
    1    Australia  
     bye     Beijing, China (indoor hard)
   bye       1    Australia 3
     Chinese Taipei   Shanghai, China (indoor hard)      China 1
     Chinese Taipei 2
         China 3  
     Chinese Taipei 3  
     Philippines 2     Lapu-Lapu, Philippines (clay)
       Philippines 1  
  Hawera, New Zealand (indoor hard)      Japan 3     Kobe, Japan (indoor hard)
   Philippines 0          Japan 4
     New Zealand 5   Namangan, Uzbekistan (indoor clay)   2    Uzbekistan 1
     New Zealand 2
    2    Uzbekistan 3  
  Philippines relegated to
Group II in 2012.
    Australia and   Japan
advance to World Group Play-off.

Group IIEdit

DrawEdit

  Play-offs
8–10 July
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
3rd round
16–18 September
                                     
  Changwon, South Korea (hard)
    1    South Korea 4  
  Victoria Park, Hong Kong (hard)      Syria 1     Gimcheon, South Korea (hard)
   Syria 1       1    South Korea 4  
   Hong Kong 4   Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (hard)   4    Pakistan 0  
  4    Pakistan 3
       Hong Kong 2     Gimcheon, South Korea (hard)
    1    South Korea 3
  Tehran, Iran (indoor clay)     2    Thailand 0
       Iran 2  
  Guam (hard)   3    Indonesia 3     Nonthaburi, Thailand (hard)
   Iran 1       3    Indonesia 1
 Pacific Oceania 4   Guam (hard)   2    Thailand 4  
   Pacific Oceania 0
    2    Thailand 5  
  Syria and   Iran
relegated to Group III in 2012.
    South Korea promoted
to Group I in 2012.

Group IIIEdit

Group IVEdit

Europe/Africa ZoneEdit

Group IEdit

DrawEdit

  2nd round play-offs
16–18 September
1st round play-offs
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
                                     
 
    1    Israel  
       bye     4–6 March
Ramat HaSharon, Israel (hard)
   bye       1    Israel 3
     Poland          Poland 2
     bye
  Espoo, Finland (indoor hard)          Poland  
     Poland 2  
     Finland 3    
    3    Italy  
       bye     Arzachena, Italy (clay)
 bye       3    Italy 5
     Finland   Ljubljana, Slovenia (indoor clay)        Slovenia 0
       Finland 2
         Slovenia 3  
  Kharkiv, Ukraine (indoor hard)
         Ukraine 2  
         Netherlands 3     Potchefstroom, South Africa (hard)
     Ukraine            Netherlands 1
   bye     4    South Africa 3
     bye
      4    South Africa  
     Ukraine 1  
     Slovakia 4     Cruz Quebrada, Portugal (clay)
         Portugal 4  
         Slovakia 1     Bern, Switzerland (indoor hard)
   Slovakia            Portugal 0
   bye     2     Switzerland 5
     bye
    2     Switzerland  
  Poland and   Ukraine
relegated to Group II in 2012.
  Israel,   Italy,   South Africa, and    Switzerland
advance to World Group Play-off.

Group IIEdit

DrawEdit

  Play-offs
8–10 July
1st round
4–6 March
2nd round
8–10 July
3rd round
16–18 September
                                     
  Bolton, Great Britain (indoor hard)
    1    Great Britain 4  
  Dublin, Ireland (indoor hard)        Tunisia 1     Glasgow, Great Britain (indoor hard)
     Tunisia 2       1    Great Britain 4  
8    Ireland 3   Dublin, Ireland (indoor hard)        Luxembourg 1  
  8    Ireland 2
         Luxembourg 3     Glasgow, Great Britain (indoor hard)
    1    Great Britain 5
  Minsk, Belarus (indoor hard)          Hungary 0
    3    Belarus 4  
  Sofia, Bulgaria (indoor hard)        Bulgaria 1     Gödöllő, Hungary (clay)
     Bulgaria 2       3    Belarus 2
5    Cyprus 3   Nicosia, Cyprus (hard)        Hungary 3  
  5    Cyprus 0
         Hungary 5  
  Marrakech, Morocco (clay)
         Morocco 2  
  Vilnius, Lithuania (clay)   6    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3     Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (indoor hard)
     Morocco 5       6    Bosnia and Herzegovina 3  
4    Lithuania 0   Tallinn, Estonia (indoor hard)        Estonia 2  
       Estonia 3
    4    Lithuania 2     Hillerød, Denmark (indoor hard)
    6    Bosnia and Herzegovina 2
  Kolding, Denmark (indoor carpet)          Denmark 3
         Denmark 3  
  Thessaloniki, Greece (clay)   7    Monaco 2     Frederiksberg, Denmark (clay)
7    Monaco 3            Denmark 3
     Greece 2   Thessaloniki, Greece (clay)   2    Latvia 2  
       Greece 1
    2    Latvia 4  
  Tunisia,   Bulgaria,   Lithuania, and   Greece
relegated to Group III in 2012.
  Great Britain and   Denmark
promoted to Group I in 2012.

Group III EuropeEdit

Group III AfricaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Davis Cup site
  2. ^ "Davis Cup scorecards – 2011". www.daviscup.com. ITF.
  3. ^ "Draw made for 2011 Davis Cup". daviscup.com. 21 September 2010. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
  4. ^ "Spain v Argentina". daviscup.com.
  5. ^ "La Federación elige a Sevilla para la final de la Davis" (in Spanish). El País.

External linksEdit