2000 Davis Cup

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2000 Davis Cup
Details
Edition 89th
Achievements
1999
2001

The 2000 Davis Cup was the 89th edition of the most important tournament between nations in men's tennis. A total of 135 nations participated in the tournament. In the final, Spain defeated Australia at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona, Spain, on 8-10 December, giving Spain their first title, after playing every single match on home soil.[1][2]

World Group[edit]

Participating Teams

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Brazil

Czech Republic

France

Germany

Great Britain

Italy

Netherlands

Russia

Slovakia

Spain

Switzerland

United States

Zimbabwe

Draw[edit]

  First round
4-6 February
Quarterfinals
7-9 April
Semifinals
21-23 July
Final
8-10 December
                                     
Harare, Zimbabwe (indoor hard)
  United States 3  
Inglewood, United States (indoor carpet)
  Zimbabwe 2  
    United States 3  
Ostrava, Czech Republic (indoor clay)
    Czech Republic 2  
  Great Britain 1
Santander, Spain (clay)
  Czech Republic 4  
    United States 0  
Murcia, Spain (clay)
    Spain 5  
  Spain 4  
Málaga, Spain (clay)
  Italy 1  
    Spain 4
Moscow, Russia (indoor carpet)
    Russia 1  
  Russia 4
Barcelona, Spain (indoor clay)
  Belgium 1  
    Spain 3
Bratislava, Slovakia (indoor hard)
    Australia 1
  Austria 2  
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (clay)
  Slovakia 3  
    Slovakia 2
Florianópolis, Brazil (clay)
    Brazil 3  
  Brazil 4
Brisbane, Australia (grass)
  France 1  
    Brazil 0
Leipzig, Germany (indoor carpet)
    Australia 5  
  Netherlands 1  
Adelaide, Australia (grass)
  Germany 4  
    Germany 2
Zürich, Switzerland (indoor carpet)
    Australia 3  
  Switzerland 2
  Australia 3  

Final[edit]


Spain
3
Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain[3]
8-10 December 2000
Clay (i)

Australia
1
1 2 3 4 5
1 Spain
Australia
Albert Costa
Lleyton Hewitt
6
3
1
6
6
2
4
6
4
6
 
2 Spain
Australia
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Patrick Rafter
64
77
77
62
6
2
3
1
   
retired
3 Spain
Australia
Juan Manuel Balcells / Àlex Corretja
Sandon Stolle / Mark Woodforde
6
4
6
4
6
4
     
4 Spain
Australia
Juan Carlos Ferrero
Lleyton Hewitt
6
2
77
65
4
6
6
4
   
5 Spain
Australia
Albert Costa
Patrick Rafter
          not
played

World Group Playoffs[edit]

Date: 14-23 July

Venue Home Team Score Visiting Team
Rennes, France (indoor carpet)  France 5-0  Austria
Wimbledon, England (grass)  Great Britain 2-3  Ecuador
Venice, Italy (clay)  Italy 1-4  Belgium
   Morocco w/o  Chile
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (clay)  Uzbekistan 1-4  Netherlands
Båstad, Sweden (clay)  Sweden 5-0  India
St. Gallen, Switzerland (outdoor carpet)  Switzerland 5-0  Belarus
Harare, Zimbabwe (indoor hard)  Zimbabwe 2-3  Romania
  • Ecuador, Morocco, Romania, and Sweden promoted to World Group in 2001.
  • Belgium, France, Netherlands, and Switzerland remain in World Group in 2001.
  • Belarus (EA), Chile (AMN), India (AO), and Uzbekistan (AO) remain in Group I in 2001.
  • Austria (EA), Great Britain (EA), Italy (EA), and Zimbabwe (EA) relegated to Group I in 2001.

Americas Zone[edit]

Group I[edit]

Participating Teams

Group II[edit]

Participating Teams

Group III[edit]

Participating Teams

Group IV[edit]

Participating Teams

Asia/Oceania Zone[edit]

Group I[edit]

Participating Teams

Group II[edit]

Participating Teams

Group III[edit]

Participating Teams

Group IV[edit]

Participating Teams

Europe/Africa Zone[edit]

Group I[edit]

Participating Teams

Group II[edit]

Participating Teams

Group III[edit]

Venue I[edit]

Participating Teams


Venue II[edit]

Participating Teams

Group IV[edit]

Venue I[edit]

Participating Teams

Venue II[edit]

Participating Teams

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Barrett, ed. (2001). ITF World of Tennis 2001. London: HarperCollins. pp. 33–48. ISBN 9780007111299. 
  2. ^ "Davis Cup – Draws & Results". ITF. 
  3. ^ "Spain v Australia". daviscup.com.