Belarus Davis Cup team

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Belarus
Flag of Belarus.svg
Captain Dmitri Tatur
ITF ranking 50 Steady
Colors Red & white
First year 1994
Years played 20
Ties played (W–L) 47 (26-21)
Years in
World Group
4 (3-4)
Best finish Semifinal (2004)
Most total wins Max Mirnyi (53-32)
Most singles wins Max Mirnyi (24-18)
Vladimir Voltchkov (24-21)
Most doubles wins Max Mirnyi (29-14)
Best doubles team Max Mirnyi &
Vladimir Voltchkov (19-7)
Most ties played Max Mirnyi (46)
Most years played Max Mirnyi (20)

The Belarus Davis Cup team represents Belarus in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Belarus Tennis Association.

In 2007, Belarus competed in the World Group for the 4th successive year. Until then it was the only team that never relegated from the World Group. However, Belarus lost in the 2007 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs against Peru and therefore was relegated from the World Group.

Current team[edit]

  • Uladzimir Ignatik
  • Sergey Betov
  • Dzmitry Zhyrmont
  • Alexander Bury
  • Kiryl Harbatsiuk
  • Andrei Vasilevski
  • Egor Gerasimov
  • Pavel Filin
  • Nikolai Fidirko
  • Yahor Yatsyk
  • Fedor Doudtchik
  • Vladzimir Kruk
  • Yaraslau Shyla
  • Max Mirnyi (doubles player)

History[edit]

Belarus competed in its first Davis Cup in 1994, but at least one Belarusian player (Sergei Leonyuk) had previously represented the Soviet Union.

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