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Bosnia and Herzegovina Davis Cup team

The Bosnia and Herzegovina Davis Cup team represents Bosnia and Herzegovina in Davis Cup tennis competition and is governed by the Tennis Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina
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CaptainAmer Delić
ITF ranking27 Steady
First year1996
Years played24
Ties played (W–L)93 (51–42)
Years in
World Group
0 (0–0)
Most total winsMirza Bašić (27–17)
Most singles winsMerid Zahirović (17–5)
Most doubles winsMirza Bašić (16–7)
Best doubles teamTomislav Brkić & Mirza Bašić (13–6)
Most ties playedTomislav Brkić (26)
Most years playedTomislav Brkić (11)

Bosnia and Herzegovina was promoted to the Europe/Africa Zone Group I in September 2016. Before that they played in Group II and lost in the promotion round three times: 2010, 2011, 2013. In February 2019 they made their debut in the Davis Cup Qualifying Round.

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HistoryEdit

Bosnia and Herzegovina competed in its first Davis Cup in 1996. Bosnian players previously represented Yugoslavia.

Notable former players that represented Bosnia in the Davis Cup include Amer Delić and Ivan Dodig, the latter of whom played for his hometown country of Bosnia up until 2006.[1]

Current TeamEdit

Player information and rankings as of 4 February 2019

Squad representing Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 2019 Davis Cup Qualifying Round
Player Current singles ranking Current doubles ranking First year played Ties played Total W–L Singles W–L Doubles W–L
Damir Džumhur 52 147 2010 16 15-11 14-10 1-1
Mirza Bašić 99 208 2007 25 27–17 11–10 16–7
Tomislav Brkić 295 159 2008 26 18–16 3–8 15–8
Nerman Fatić 2013 6 2–4 2–3 0–1

Reserve/Injured PlayersEdit

INJ Unable to play due to injury.
RES Reserve player.

Results and scheduleEdit

1996–1999Edit

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
1996 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 20 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Armenia 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 21 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Tunisia 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 22 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Turkey 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 23 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Georgia 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 24 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Liechtenstein 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 26 May Hard Istanbul, Turkey   Benin 3–0 Won
1997 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 22 January Hard Dakar, Senegal   Luxembourg 2–1 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 23 January Hard Dakar, Senegal   Senegal 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 24 January Hard Dakar, Senegal   Armenia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 25 January Hard Dakar, Senegal   Ethiopia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Final 26 January Hard Dakar, Senegal   San Marino 3–0 Won
1998 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 21 January Hard Lomé, Togo   Togo 1–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 22 January Hard Lomé, Togo   Kenya 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 23 January Hard Lomé, Togo   Greece 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 24 January Hard Lomé, Togo   Madagascar 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Final 25 January Hard Lomé, Togo   Kenya 3–0 Won
1999 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 24 February Clay Cairo, Egypt   Egypt 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 25 February Clay Cairo, Egypt   Nigeria 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 26 February Clay Cairo, Egypt   Benin 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 27 February Clay Cairo, Egypt   Luxembourg 0–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Final 28 February Clay Cairo, Egypt   Tunisia 2–0 Won

2000–2009Edit

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
2000 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 24 May Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Togo 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 25 May Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Georgia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 26 May Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Malta 1–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 27 May Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Monaco 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Final 28 May Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Georgia 1–2 Lost
2001 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 23 May Clay Port Louis, Mauritius   Egypt 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 24 May Clay Port Louis, Mauritius   Mauritius 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 26 May Clay Port Louis, Mauritius   Bulgaria 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Final 27 May Clay Port Louis, Mauritius   North Macedonia 2–1 Won
2002 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 3 April Clay Antalya, Turkey   Iceland 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 4 April Clay Antalya, Turkey   Botswana 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 5 April Clay Antalya, Turkey   Turkey 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 6 April Clay Antalya, Turkey   Andorra 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 7 April Clay Antalya, Turkey   Monaco 0–3 Lost
2003 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 11 June Clay Jūrmala, Latvia   Georgia 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 12 June Clay Jūrmala, Latvia   Cyprus 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 13 June Clay Jūrmala, Latvia   Turkey 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 14 June Clay Jūrmala, Latvia   Moldova 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 15 June Clay Jūrmala, Latvia   North Macedonia 0–3 Relegated
2004 Europe/Africa Zone Group IV Group B 15 July Clay Chișinău, Moldova   Rwanda 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group IV Group B 16 July Clay Chișinău, Moldova   Moldova 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group IV Group B 16 July Clay Chişinău, Moldova   Uganda 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group IV Promotion play-offs 17 July Clay Chişinău, Moldova   Mauritius 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group IV Promotion play-offs 18 July Clay Chişinău, Moldova   Armenia 3–0 Promoted
2005 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 27 April Clay Cairo, Egypt   Lithuania 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 28 April Clay Cairo, Egypt   Egypt 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 29 April Clay Cairo, Egypt   Madagascar 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 30 April Clay Cairo, Egypt   North Macedonia 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 31 April Clay Cairo, Egypt   Andorra 1–2 Lost
2006 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 19 July Clay Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Moldova 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 20 July Clay Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Monaco 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 21 July Clay Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Turkey 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 22 July Clay Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Armenia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 23 July Clay Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Andorra 2–1 Won
2007 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 9 May Clay Cairo, Egypt   Moldova 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 10 May Clay Cairo, Egypt   Lithuania 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group A 11 May Clay Cairo, Egypt   Ireland 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 12 May Clay Cairo, Egypt   Iceland 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Relegation play-offs 13 May Clay Cairo, Egypt   San Marino 3–0 Won
2008 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 7 May Clay Yerevan, Armenia   Ghana 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 8 May Clay Yerevan, Armenia   Estonia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 9 May Clay Yerevan, Armenia   Lithuania 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 10 May Clay Yerevan, Armenia   Moldova 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 11 May Clay Yerevan, Armenia   Norway 1–2 Lost
2009 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 1 April Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Namibia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 2 April Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Andorra 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 3 April Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Norway 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 4 April Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Morocco 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Promotion play-offs 5 April Clay Tunis, Tunisia   Tunisia 2–1 Promoted

2010–Edit

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 5–7 March Clay Veles, Macedonia   North Macedonia 3–2 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 9–11 July Clay Tallinn, Estonia   Estonia 3–2 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 3rd round 17–19 September Clay Cruz Quebrada, Portugal   Portugal 2–3 Lost
2011 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 4–6 March Clay Marrakesh, Morocco   Morocco 3–2 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 8–10 July Hard Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Estonia 3–2 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 3rd round 16–18 September Hard Hillerød, Denmark   Denmark 2–3 Lost
2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 10–12 February Hard Ankara, Turkey   Turkey 3–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 6–8 April Hard Minsk, Belarus   Belarus 1–4 Lost
2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 1–3 February Hard Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Luxembourg 4–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 5–7 April Clay Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Moldova 1–3 Lost
2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 31 Jan – 2 Feb Carpet Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Greece 3–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 4–6 April Hard Helsinki, Finland   Finland 3–2 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 3rd round 12–14 September Hard Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Lithuania 2–3 Lost
2015 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 6–8 March Hard Harare, Zimbabwe   Zimbabwe 4–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 17–19 July Clay Siófok, Hungary   Hungary 2–3 Lost
2016 Europe/Africa Zone Group II 1st round 4–6 March Carpet Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Tunisia 3–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 2nd round 15–17 July Clay Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Turkey 3–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II 3rd round 16–18 September Hard Vilnius, Lithuania   Lithuania 5–0 Promoted
2017 Europe/Africa Zone Group I 1st round 3–5 February Hard Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Poland 5–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I 2nd round 7–9 April Hard Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina   Netherlands 1–3 Lost
2018 Europe/Africa Zone Group I 2nd round 6–7 April Clay Bratislava, Slovakia   Slovakia 3–2 Won
World Group Play-offs 14–16 September Hard Osaka, Japan   Japan 0–4 Lost
2019 Davis Cup Qualifying Round 1–2 February Hard Adelaide, Australia   Australia 0–4 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I 13–14 September Bosnia and Herzegovina   Czech Republic

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