Great Britain Davis Cup team
The British Davis Cup team is the tennis national of the United Kingdom. The Davis Cup is the most important competition for national teams in men's tennis, similar to the Fed Cup for the women.
Since 1900, the United Kingdom participates in the Davis Cup. From 1900 to 1912 also Ireland was part of the team, before they took up separately from 1913. In those years, the team entered as British Isles. Today, the team participates as "Great Britain " at the Davis Cup and consists of players from England, Wales and Scotland. Play a special role a player from Northern Ireland who can play both the Irish and the British team.
A total of 17 time the team reached the final of the Cup and won nine of those games. In 1978 the team the last time in the final, but lost it against Spain with 0:5. As the only nation the British have participated every issue since the beginning of the Davis Cup in 1900. The most successful player is Fred Perry with 45 wins, a record player is Bobby Wilson with 34 participants.
The following players were so far to the Davis Cup 2012 for your country:
The results of the finals are given from a British perspective.