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The Dominican Republic Davis Cup team represents the Dominican Republic in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Federación Dominicana de Tenis.

Dominican Republic
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg
ITF ranking25 Decrease 2
ColorsBlue & Red
First year1989
Years played27
Ties played (W–L)78 (46–32)
Best finishWG Play-offs (2015)
Most total winsVictor Estrella (58–34)
Most singles winsVictor Estrella (38–14)
Most doubles winsVictor Estrella (20–20)
Best doubles teamVictor Estrella/Jhonson Garcia (8–11)
Most ties playedVictor Estrella (42)
Most years playedVictor Estrella (17)

The Dominican Republic currently compete in the Americas Zone of Group I.

HistoryEdit

The Dominican Republic competed in its first Davis Cup in 1989.

In 2010, the Dominican Republic reached Americas Zone Group I for the first time.

The country once again reached Americas Zone Group I in 2012 after defeating Mexico in the final, with a 3-2 result.

In September, 2013, the Dominican Republic maintained its Americas Zone Group I status after beating Chile 4-1 in the relegation play-off.

In July, 2015, the team defeated Ecuador, and for the first time will face World Group play-offs against Germany on home soil.

Current Team (2014)Edit

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