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Netherlands Davis Cup team

The Netherlands Davis Cup team represents the Netherlands in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Royal Dutch Lawn Tennis Association.

Netherlands
Flag of the Netherlands.svg
CaptainPaul Haarhuis
ITF ranking24 Decrease 6
ColorsOrange & White
First year1920
Years played85
Ties played (W–L)151 (67−84)
Years in
World Group
17 (8−17)
Best finishSemifinal (2001)
Most total winsHendrik Timmer (43−22)
Most singles winsHendrik Timmer (32−15)
Most doubles winsPaul Haarhuis (16−10)
Best doubles teamPaul Haarhuis /
Jacco Eltingh (7−2)
A.C. Van Swol /
Ivo Rinkel (7−3)
Most ties playedPaul Haarhuis (27)
Most years playedPaul Haarhuis (16)

The Netherlands currently competes in the World Group in 2018. They last competed in the World Group in 2014.

Their best performance is reaching the semi-finals of the World Group in 2001.

Current team (2017)Edit

Recent performancesEdit

A list of all match-ups since 2000

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Surface Score Result
2000 World Group, First round 4–6 Feb Leipzig (GER)   Germany Carpet 1–4 Loss
World Group Qualifying Round 14–16 Jul Tashkent (UZB)   Uzbekistan Clay 4–1 Win
2001 World Group, First round 9–11 Feb Eindhoven (NED)   Spain Carpet 4–1 Win
World Group, Quarterfinal 6–8 Apr 's-Hertogenbosch (NED)   Germany Carpet 4–1 Win
World Group, Semifinal 21–23 Sep Rotterdam (NED)   France Carpet 2–3 Loss
2002 World Group, First round 8–10 Feb Metz (FRA)   France Clay 2–3 Loss
World Group Qualifying Round 20–22 Sep Turku (FIN)   Finland Carpet 4–1 Win
2003 World Group, First round 7–9 Feb Arnhem (NED)    Switzerland Carpet 2–3 Loss
World Group Playoffs 19–21 Sep Zwolle (NED)   India Hard 5–0 Win
2004 World Group, First round 6–8 Feb Maastricht (NED)   Canada Clay 4–1 Win
World Group, Quarterfinals 9–11 Apr Palma de Majorca (ESP)   Spain Clay 1–4 Loss
2005 World Group, First round 4–6 Mar Fribourg (SUI)    Switzerland Hard 3–2 Win
World Group, Quarterfinals 15–17 Jul Bratislava (SVK)   Slovakia Hard 1–4 Loss
2006 World Group, First round 10–12 Feb Amsterdam (NED)   Russia Carpet 0–5 Loss
World Group Playoffs 22–24 Sep Leiden (NED)   Czech Republic Carpet 1–4 Loss
2007 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 6–8 Apr Birmingham (GBR)   Great Britain Hard 1–4 Loss
Europe/Africa Group I, First round playoffs 21–23 Sep Rotterdam (NED)   Portugal Hard 5–0 Win
2008 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 11–13 Apr Skopje (MKD)   Macedonia Clay 4–1 Win
World Group Playoffs 19–21 Sep Apeldoorn (NED)   South Korea Clay 3–2 Win
2009 World Group, First round 6–8 Mar Buenos Aires (ARG)   Argentina Clay 0–5 Loss
World Group Playoffs 18–20 Sep Maastricht (NED)   France Clay 1–4 Loss
2010 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 7–9 May Zoetermeer (NED)   Italy Hard 1–4 Loss
Europe/Africa Group I, First round playoffs 9–11 Jul Minsk (BLR)   Belarus Hard 4–1 Win
2011 Europe/Africa Group I, First round 4–6 Mar Kharkiv (UKR)   Ukraine Hard 3–2 Win
Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 8–10 Jul Potchefstroom (RSA)   South Africa Hard 1–3 Loss
2012 Europe/Africa Group I, First round 10-12 Feb 's-Hertogenbosch (NED)   Finland Hard 5–0 Win
Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 6–8 Apr Amsterdam (NED)   Romania Hard 5–0 Win
World Group Playoffs 14–16 Sep Amsterdam (NED)    Switzerland Clay 2–3 Loss
2013 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 5–7 Apr Brasov (ROU)   Romania Hard 5–0 Win
World Group Playoffs 13–15 Sep Groningen (NED)   Austria Clay 5–0 Win
2014 World Group, First round 31 Jan–2 Feb Ostrava (CZE)   Czech Republic Hard 2–3 Loss
World Group Playoffs 12–14 Sep Amsterdam (NED)   Croatia Clay 2–3 Loss
2015 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 17–19 July Brasov (AUT)   Austria Clay 3–2 Win
World Group Playoffs 18-20 Sep Geneva (SUI)    Switzerland Hard (i) 1–4 Loss
2016 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 15–17 Jul Moscow (RUS)   Russia Hard 1–4 Loss
Europe/Africa Group I, 1st round play-offs 16–18 Sep Båstad (SWE)   Sweden Clay 5–0 Win
2017 Europe/Africa Group I, Second round 7–9 Apr Zenica (BIH)   Bosnia and Herzegovina Hard (i) 3–1 Win
World Group Playoffs 15–17 Sep The Hague (NED)   Czech Republic Clay (i) 3–2 Win
2018 World Group, First round 2–4 Feb Albertville (FRA)   France Hard (i) 1–3 Loss
World Group Playoffs 14–16 Sep Toronto (CAN)   Canada Hard (i) 1–3 Loss
2019 Qualifying Round 1–2 Feb Ostrava (CZE)   Czech Republic Hard (i) 3–1 Win
Finals, Group E 19 Nov Madrid (ESP)   Kazakhstan Hard (i) Pending
20 Nov   Great Britain Pending

HistoryEdit

The Netherlands competed in its first Davis Cup in 1920.

date opponent score location group round win/loss
26-09-1999   Ecuador 3-2 Away WG QR First round W
04-04-1999   France 1-4 Away WG First round L
27-09-1998   Ecuador 5-0 Home WG QR First round W
05-04-1998   Belgium 2-3 Away WG First round L
06-04-1997   United States 1-4 Away WG Quarterfinal L
09-02-1997   Romania 3-2 Away WG First round W
22-09-1996   New Zealand 4-1 Home WG QR First round W
11-02-1996   India 2-3 Away WG First round L
02-04-1995   Germany 1-4 Home WG Quarterfinal L
05-02-1995    Switzerland 4-1 Away WG First round W
17-07-1994   United States 2-3 Home WG Quarterfinal L
27-03-1994   Belgium 5-0 Home WG First round W
18-07-1993   Sweden 1-4 Home WG Quarterfinal L
28-03-1993   Spain 3-2 Away WG First round W
27-09-1992   Uruguay 4-1 Home WG QR First round W
02-02-1992    Switzerland 1-4 Home WG First round L
22-09-1991   Mexico 5-0 Away WG QR First round W
05-05-1991   Portugal 4-1 Away EA G1 Semifinal W
23-09-1990   Canada 2-3 Away WG QR First round L
04-02-1990   Germany 2-3 Away WG First round L
23-07-1989   India 5-0 Home WG QR First round W
07-05-1989   Portugal 4-1 Home EA G1 Semifinal w
24-07-1988   Russia 0-5 Away EUR G1 Final L
12-06-1988   Senegal 3-2 Home EUR G1 Semifinal w
26-07-1987   Russia 1-4 Home EUR Semifinal L
14-06-1987   Ireland 4-1 Away EUR Quarterfinal W
20-07-1986   Israel 1-3 Home EUR Semifinal L
15-06-1986   Niger 3-2 Away EUR Quarterfinal W
11-05-1986   Saudi Arabia ^ EUR First round
16-06-1985   Israel 1-4 Away EUR Quarterfinal L
12-05-1985   Finland 4-1 Home EUR First round W
17-06-1984   Spain 2-3 Home EUR Quarterfinal L
10-07-1983    Switzerland 1-3 Away EUR Semifinal L
12-06-1983   Egypt 4-1 Away EUR Quarterfinal W
08-05-1983   Portugal 4-1 Away EUR First round W
13-06-1982   Denmark 0-3 Away EUR Quarterfinal L
27-09-1981   Russia 0-5 Away EUR Final L
11-07-1981   Finland 5-0 Away EUR Semifinal W
14-06-1981   Ireland 4-1 Home EUR Quarterfinal W
10-02-1980   Spain 1-4 Away EUR PR Quarterfinal L
16-09-1979   Denmark 3-2 Home EUR PR First round W
18-03-1979   France 2-3 Home EUR PR Quarterfinal L
17-09-1978   Norway 4-1 Home EUR PR First round W
19-03-1978   Czechoslovakia 1-3 Away EUR PR Quarterfinal L
18-09-1977   Greece 4-1 Home EUR PR First round W
24-04-1977   Yugoslavia 0-5 Home EUR PR Quarterfinal L
26-09-1976   Israel 5-0 Home EUR PR First round W
28-09-1975   Belgium 1-4 Away EUR PR First round L
04-05-1975   Hungary 0-5 Away EUR PR Quarterfinal L
26-05-1974   Sweden 1-4 Away EUR First round L
12-05-1974   Finland 4-1 Home EUR PR Quarterfinal W
20-05-1973   Romania 2-3 Home EUR Quarterfinal L
05-05-1973   Israel 4-1 Away EUR First round W
22-05-1972   Italy 1-4 Away EUR Quarterfinal L
07-05-1972   Norway 5-0 Home EUR First round W
02-05-1971   Romania 0-5 Away EUR challenge First round L
10-05-1970   Greece 1-4 Away EUR challenge First round L
11-05-1969   Canada 2-3 Home EUR challenge First round L
06-05-1968   Spain 2-3 Away EUR challenge First round L
06-05-1967   South Africa 2-3 Home EUR challenge First round L
15-05-1966   South Africa 1-4 Home EUR challenge Quarterfinal L
01-05-1966   Ireland 5-0 Home EUR challenge First round W
02-05-1965   South Africa 0-4 Home EUR challenge First round L
17-05-1964   France 0-5 Away EUR challenge Second round L
03-05-1964   Hungary 3-2 Home EUR challenge First round W
05-05-1963 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1-4 Home EUR challenge First round L
07-05-1962   Russia 0-5 Home EUR challenge First round L
04-06-1961   Germany 0-5 Home EUR challenge Second round L
07-05-1961    Switzerland 3-2 Away EUR challenge First round W
15-05-1960   United Kingdom 0-5 Home EUR challenge Second round L
01-05-1960   Norway 3-2 Away EUR challenge First round W
03-05-1959   Belgium 1-4 Away EUR challenge First round L
27-04-1958   Germany 0-4 Away EUR challenge First round L
20-05-1957   Italy 0-5 Home EUR challenge Second round L
28-04-1957   Norway 4-1 Home EUR challenge First round W
13-05-1956   Chile 0-5 Home EUR challenge Second round L
29-04-1956   Turkey 5-0 Away EUR challenge First round W
01-05-1955   Ireland 2-3 Away EUR challenge First round L
02-05-1954   Spain 1-4 Home EUR challenge First round L
16-05-1953   Italy 0-5 Home EUR challenge Second round L
03-05-1953   Sri Lanka 5-0 Home EUR challenge First round W
18-05-1952   France 1-4 Away EUR challenge Second round L
17-06-1951   Philippines 1-4 Home EUR challenge Quarterfinal L
13-05-1951   Ireland 3-2 Home EUR challenge Second round W
05-05-1951   Monaco 4-1 Home EUR challenge First round W
07-05-1950   Sweden 1-4 Home EUR challenge First round L
02-05-1949   South Africa 0-5 Home EUR challenge First round L
12-06-1948   United Kingdom 1-4 Away EUR challenge Quarterfinal L
08-05-1948   Portugal 5-0 Home EUR challenge Second round W
17-05-1947   South Africa 1-4 Home EUR challenge Second round L
12-05-1946   Sweden 0-5 away EUR challenge first round L
07-05-1939   Poland 1-4 away EUR challenge first round L
07-05-1938   France 2-3 home EUR challenge first round L
02-05-1937   South Africa 0-5 home EUR challenge first round L
11-05-1936   France 1-4 home EUR challenge second round L
03-05-1936   Monaco 3-2 away EUR challenge first round W
12-05-1935   Japan 0-5 home EUR challenge first round L
26-08-1934   Sweden 3-2 away EUR QR quarterfinal W
05-08-1934   Monaco 4-1 home EUR QR second round W
20-08-1933   Italy 2-3 home EUR QR quarterfinal L
13-08-1933   Romania 4-1 home EUR QR second round W
21-05-1933   Germany 1-4 away EUR challenge second round L
07-05-1933   Poland 3-2 home EUR challenge first round W
17-05-1932   Poland 1-4 away EUR challenge second round L
17-05-1931   Italy 0-3 away EUR challenge second round L
01-06-1930   Czechoslovakia 2-3 home EUR challenge quarterfinal L
18-05-1930   Finland 4-1 home EUR challenge second round W
09-06-1929   Hungary 2-3 away EUR challenge quarterfinal L
19-05-1929   Egypt 4-1 home EUR challenge second round W
01-05-1929   Portugal w.o. EUR challenge first round W
24-06-1928   Czechoslovakia 2-3 away EUR challenge semifinal L
09-06-1928   Austria 3-0 home EUR challenge quarterfinal W
20-05-1928   Hungary 3-2 home EUR challenge second round W
12-05-1928   Ireland 5-0 away EUR challenge first round W
05-05-1927   Denmark 1-4 away EUR challenge first round L
18-05-1926   Italy 2-3 away EUR challenge second round L
09-05-1926   Belgium 3-2 home EUR challenge first round W
20-07-1925   France 0-4 home EUR challenge final L
12-07-1925   India 4-1 home EUR challenge semifinal w
14-06-1925   Sweden 5-0 home EUR challenge quarterfinal W
18-05-1925   Czechoslovakia 3-2 home EUR challenge first round W
31-05-1924   India 1-4 home EUR challenge second round L
11-07-1923   Spain 0-5 Great Britain EUR challenge semifinal L
03-06-1923   Italy 5-0 home EUR challenge quarterfinal W
01-09-1920   United States w.o. WG udt final L
01-08-1920   Canada w.o. WG udt semifinal W
13-06-1920   South Africa 3-2 home WG udt first round W

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