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The Davis Cup is an annual international competition that pits teams from countries all over the world against each other in a knock-out format tournament. It began as a competition between the United States and Great Britain in 1900, but included 130 countries in 2013. The U.S. has won the tournament the most at 32 times, followed by Australia at 28. After Australia there's a big dropoff, with Great Britain and France each at 10 wins. Only 15 different countries have won the tournament.

The top 16 national teams, according to ITF rankings, are placed in the World Group and compete for the title. The rest of the countries are placed in subgroups, such as Americas Zone, Africa Zone and Asia/Oceania Zone. The U.S., Czech Republic, France, Germany, Sweden and Spain have all been in the World Group over 30 times - a format that didn't start until 1972. The format includes four singles matches and one doubles match, with the winning team needing to win three of the five to move on to the next round of the tournament. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Davis Cup Tennis tickets

Last updated: Oct 5 2018