The Davis Cup is an international men’s team tournament in tennis and the winner of this tournament is recognized as the World Champion. It all began in the year 1990 when the International Tennis Federation organized the event. The United States was the inaugural champion of the event and Great Britain was the runner-up. Well, at that time only 2 of them competed against each other and currently in 2023, 155 countries are competing for the glory. So, let’s have a look at, the Davis Cup Winners list and know which country is crowned the world champions most time.
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1990 – 1999
|1900||United States||Great Britain|
|1902||United States||Great Britain|
|1903||Great Britain||United States|
|1905||Great Britain||United States|
|1906||Great Britain||United States|
1911 – 1920
|1913||United States||Great Britain|
1921 – 1930
1931 – 1940
|1934||Great Britain||United States|
|1935||Great Britain||United States|
|1937||United States||Great Britain|
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1941 – 1950
1951 – 1960
1961 – 1970
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1971 – 1980
|1978||United States||Great Britain|
1981 – 1990
1991 – 2000
2001 – 2010
2011 – 2022
Which country has won the most Davis Cup titles?
The United States has won 32 Davis Cups, which is the most by a country. Followed by Australia, which has won the championship 28 times, and Great Britain and France with 10 each. To be honest, the Davis Cup has been dominated by four countries. The United States, Australia, Great Britain, and France have won 80 Davis Cups collectively out of the 110 Davis Cups.
Well, most of those victories were before the Open Era. The competition is way more difficult in the Open Era, as in the past nine Davis Cups, we have had a new winner every time.
Davis Cup Winners List (Country wise)