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The Colombia Davis Cup team represents Colombia in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Federación Colombiana de Tenis.

Colombia
Flag of Colombia.svg
CaptainPablo González
ITF ranking18 Decrease 1
Colorsblue & white
First year1959
Years played51
Ties played (W–L)107 (56–51)
Best finishWG Play-offs (2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018)
Most total winsMauricio Hadad (35–11)
Most singles winsSantiago Giraldo (26–12)
Most doubles winsMauricio Hadad (12–6)
Miguel Tobon (12–8)
Best doubles teamJuan Sebastián Cabal/Robert Farah (9–5)
Most ties playedAlejandro Falla (27)
Most years playedAlejandro Falla (15)

Colombia currently competes in the Americas Zone of Group I and have never competed in the World Group. In 2018, they have reached the Play-offs to the World Group for the sixth time. For the first time in its history, Colombia advances to the World Group, winning 4–0 to Sweden in the Play-off in 2019 Davis Cup.

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HistoryEdit

Colombia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1959 Davis Cup.

Current team (2019)Edit


 
Santiago Giraldo
 
Alejandro Falla
 
Alejandro González
 
Juan Sebastián Cabal
 
Robert Farah

The 109 Series of the Davis Cup Team of Colombia in historyEdit

Year # Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
1959 1 1959 Davis Cup May 1–3 Beirut, Lebanon   Lebanon[1] 4–1 European Round Round I
1959 2 1959 Davis Cup May 14–16 Bournemouth, England   South Africa 0–5 European Round Round I
1961 3 1961 Davis Cup April 29 – May 1 Guayaquil, Ecuador   Ecuador 0–5 First round
1969 4 1969 Davis Cup May 2–5 Caracas, Venezuela   Venezuela 3–2 First round
1969 5 1969 Davis Cup May 16–18 Bogotá, Colombia   Brazil 2–3 Second round
1970 6 1970 Davis Cup April 4–6 Bogotá, Colombia   Ecuador 3–2 First round
1970 7 1970 Davis Cup April 11–13 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 5–0 Second round
1970 8 1970 Davis Cup June 14–16 Bogotá, Colombia   Brazil 2–3 Third round
1971 9 1971 Davis Cup March 19–21 Bogotá, Colombia   Chile 2–3 First round
1972 10 1972 Davis Cup March 20–22 Guayaquil, Ecuador   Ecuador 4–1 First round
1972 11 1972 Davis Cup April 8–10 Santiago, Chile   Chile 1–4 Second round
1973 12 1973 Davis Cup February 23–25 Bogotá, Colombia   Canada 4–1 First round
1973 13 1973 Davis Cup March 9–11 Bogotá, Colombia   Caribbean/West Indies 3–2 Second round
1973 14 1973 Davis Cup March 23–25 Ciudad de México, México   Mexico 0–5 Third round
1974 15 1974 Davis Cup November 23–25 Bogotá, Colombia   Venezuela 3–2 First round
1974 16 1974 Davis Cup December 7–9 Cali, Colombia   Mexico 4–1 Second round
1974 17 1974 Davis Cup January 11–13 Bogotá, Colombia   United States 4–1 Third round
1974 18 1974 Davis Cup May 10–12 Bogotá, Colombia   South Africa 2–3 Final Interzonal
1976 19 1976 Davis Cup October 17–19 Montreal, Canada   Canada 0–5 First round
1977 20 1977 Davis Cup October 8–10 Caracas, Venezuela   Venezuela 2–3 First round
1978 21 1978 Davis Cup December 15–17 Johannesburg, South Africa   South Africa 1–4 First round
1979 22 1979 Davis Cup October 27–29 Bogotá, Colombia   Venezuela 4–1 First round
1979 23 1979 Davis Cup December 8–10 Ciudad de México, México   Mexico 3–2 Second round
1979 24 1979 Davis Cup March 16–18 Cleveland, United States   United States 0–5 Third round
1980 25 1980 Davis Cup October 27–29 Caracas, Venezuela   Venezuela 1–4 First round
1981 26 1981 Davis Cup January 9–11 Bogotá, Colombia   Canada 3–2 First round
1981 27 1981 Davis Cup February 13–15 Caracas, Venezuela   Venezuela 5–0 Second round
1981 28 1981 Davis Cup March 6–8 Bogotá, Colombia   Chile 2–3 Continue Group I
1982 29 1982 Davis Cup June 22–24 Bogotá, Colombia   Caribbean/West Indies 5–0 First round
1982 30 1982 Davis Cup March 5–7 Montreal, Canada   Canada 1–3 Second round
1983 31 1983 Davis Cup March 4–6 Bogotá, Colombia   Brazil 0–5 First round
1984 32 1984 Davis Cup January 13–15 Santiago de Chile, Chile   Chile 0–5 First round
1985 33 1985 Davis Cup March 8–10 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 3–2 First round
1985 34 1985 Davis Cup August 2–4 Porto Alegre, Brazil   Brazil 1–4 First round
1986 35 1986 Davis Cup March 7–9 Bogotá, Colombia   Peru 0–4 First round
1987 36 1987 Davis Cup Jan 30 – Febr. 1 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 0–5 Relegated Group II
1988 37 1988 Davis Cup February 5–7 Caracas, Venezuela   Venezuela 1–4 First round Group II
1989 38 1989 Davis Cup February 3–5 Bogotá, Colombia   Cuba 1–4 First round Group II
1990 39 1990 Davis Cup February 2–4 Cali, Colombia   Guatemala 4–1 First round Group II
1990 40 1990 Davis Cup March 30 – April 1 S. Domingo, R. Dominicana   Dominican Republic 4–1 Second round Group II
1990 41 1990 Davis Cup June 15–17 Saint Peter, Barbados   Barbados 4–1 Third round Group II
1990 42 1990 Davis Cup July 20–22 Havanna, Cuba   Cuba 2–3 Continue Group II
1991 43 1991 Davis Cup February 2–4 Kingston, Jamaica   Jamaica 3–2 First round Group II
1991 44 1991 Davis Cup March 29–31 Saint John, West Indies   Caribbean/West Indies 5–0 Second round Group II
1991 45 1991 Davis Cup July 19–21 Cali, Colombia   Bahamas 4–1 Third round Group II
1991 46 1991 Davis Cup September 20–22 Medellín, Colombia   Chile 1–3 Continue Group II
1992 47 1992 Davis Cup Jan 31 – Febr. 2 Cali, Colombia   Barbados 5–0 First round Group II
1992 48 1992 Davis Cup March 27–29 Cali, Colombia   Venezuela 2–3 Continue Group II
1993 49 1993 Davis Cup February 5–7 Lima, Perú   Peru 2–3 First round Group II
1993 50 1993 Davis Cup March 26–28 Bogotá, Colombia   Dominican Republic 4–1 Continue Group II
1994 51 1994 Davis Cup February 3–5 C. de Guatemala, Guatemala   Guatemala 5–0 First round Group II
1994 52 1994 Davis Cup March 25–27 Bogotá, Colombia   Canada 2–3 Continue Group II
1995 53 1995 Davis Cup February 3–5 Asunción, Paraguay   Paraguay 3–2 First round Group II
1995 54 1995 Davis Cup March 31 – April 2 Kelowna, Canada   Canada 0–5 Continue Group II
1996 55 1996 Davis Cup February 9–11 Bogotá, Colombia   Puerto Rico 5–0 First round Group II
1996 56 1996 Davis Cup September 20–22 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 2–3 Continue Group II
1997 57 1997 Davis Cup February 7–9 San Juan, Puerto Rico   Puerto Rico 3–2 First round Group II
1997 58 1997 Davis Cup April 4–6 Cali, Colombia   Peru 5–0 Second round Group II
1997 59 1997 Davis Cup September 19–21 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 4–1 Advanced Group I
1998 60 1998 Davis Cup February 13–15 Buenos Aires, Argentina   Argentina 0–5 First round Group I
1998 61 1998 Davis Cup April 2–4 Santiago de Chile, Chile   Chile 0–5 Second round Group I
1998 62 1998 Davis Cup September 25–27 Cali, Colombia   Mexico 3–2 First round Group I
1999 63 1999 Davis Cup February 12–14 Cali, Colombia   Canada 3–2 First round Group I
1999 64 1999 Davis Cup April 2–4 Bogotá, Colombia   Chile 0–5 Continue Group I
2000 65 2000 Davis Cup February 4–6 Bogotá, Colombia   Ecuador 0–5 First round Group I
2000 66 2000 Davis Cup July 21–23 Nassau, Bahamas   Bahamas 2–3 Second round Group I
2000 67 2000 Davis Cup October 6–8 Bogotá, Colombia   Argentina 1–4 Relegated Group II
2001 68 2001 Davis Cup February 9–11 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 1–3 First round Group II
2001 69 2001 Davis Cup April 6–8 Bogotá, Colombia   Costa Rica 5–0 Continue Group II
2002 70 2002 Davis Cup February 8–10 Villavicencio, Colombia   Cuba 5–0 First round Group II
2002 71 2002 Davis Cup April 5–7 Villavicencio, Colombia   Uruguay 2–3 Continue Group II
2003 72 2003 Davis Cup February 7–9 La Habana, Cuba   Cuba 0–5 First round Group II
2003 73 2003 Davis Cup April 4–6 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 2–3 Relegated Group III
2004 74 2004 Davis Cup February 4 Tegucigalpa, Honduras   Honduras 3–0 First round Group III
2004 75 2004 Davis Cup February 5 Tegucigalpa, Honduras   Panama 3–0 First round Group III
2004 76 2004 Davis Cup February 6 Tegucigalpa, Honduras   Bolivia 3–0 First round Group III
2004 77 2004 Davis Cup February 7 Tegucigalpa, Honduras   Netherlands Antilles 3–0 Second round Group III
2004 78 2004 Davis Cup February 8 Tegucigalpa, Honduras   El Salvador 3–0 Advanced Group II
2005 79 2005 Davis Cup March 4–6 Bogotá, Colombia   Brazil 0–5 First round Group II
2005 80 2005 Davis Cup July 15–17 Bogotá, Colombia   Bahamas 5–0 Continue Group II
2006 81 2006 Davis Cup February 10–12 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 4–1 First round Group II
2006 82 2006 Davis Cup April 7–9 Bogotá, Colombia   Paraguay 4–1 Second round Group II
2006 83 2006 Davis Cup April 7–9 S. Domingo, R. Dominicana   Dominican Republic 5–0 Advanced Group I
2007 84 2007 Davis Cup February 9–11 Calgary, Canada   Canada 0–5 First round Group I
2007 85 2007 Davis Cup September 21–23 Valencia, Venezuela   Venezuela 4–1 Continue Group I
2008 86 2008 Davis Cup February 8–10 Punta del Este, Uruguay   Uruguay 3–2 First round Group I
2008 87 2008 Davis Cup April 11–13 Sorocaba, Brazil   Brazil 1–4 Continue Group I
2009 88 2009 Davis Cup March 8–10 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 5–0 First round Group I
2009 89 2009 Davis Cup May 8–10 Tunja, Colombia   Brazil 1–4 Continue Group I
2010 90 2010 Davis Cup March 5–7 Bogotá, Colombia   Canada 4–1 World Group Play-offs
2010 91 2010 Davis Cup September 17–19 Bogotá, Colombia   United States 1–3 Continue Group I
2011 92 2011 Davis Cup April 4–6 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 1–4 Continue Group I
2011 93 2011 Davis Cup October 28–30 Ciudad de México, México   Mexico 5–0 First round Group I
2012 94 2012 Davis Cup February 10–12 Salinas, Ecuador   Ecuador 4–1 First round Group I
2012 95 2012 Davis Cup April 4–6 São José do Rio Preto, Brazil   Brazil 1–4 Second round Group I
2013 96 2013 Davis Cup April 4–6 Bogotá, Colombia   Uruguay 5–0 World Group Play-offs
2013 97 2013 Davis Cup September 13–15 Tokyo, Japón   Japan 2–3 Continue Group I
2014 98 2014 Davis Cup April 4–6 Cali, Colombia   Dominican Republic 4–1 World Group Play-offs
2014 99 2014 Davis Cup September 12–14 Halifax, Canada   Canada 2–3 Continue Group I
2015 100 2015 Davis Cup March 6–8 Montevideo, Uruguay   Uruguay 3–2 World Group Play-offs
2015 101 2015 Davis Cup September 18–20 Pereira, Colombia   Japan 2–3 Continue Group I
2016 102 2016 Davis Cup July 15–18 Pereira, Colombia   Chile 1–3 Second round Group I
2016 103 2016 Davis Cup September 16–18 S. Caballeros, R. Dominicana   Dominican Republic 4–1 Continue Group I
2017 104 2017 Davis Cup April 7–9 Medellín, Colombia   Chile 3–1 World Group Play-offs
2017 105 2017 Davis Cup September 15–17 Bogotá, Colombia   Croatia 1–4 Continue Group I
2018 106 2018 Davis Cup February 2–3 Saint Michael, Barbados   Barbados 4–0 Second round Group I
2018 107 2018 Davis Cup April 6–7 Barranquilla, Colombia   Brazil 3–2 World Group Play-offs
2018 108 2018 Davis Cup September 14–16 San Juan, Argentina   Argentina 0–4 World Group Play-offs
2019 109 2019 Davis Cup February 2–3 Bogotá, Colombia   Sweden 4–0 World Group


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