Chile Davis Cup team

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Captain Belus Prajoux
ITF ranking 17 Increase2

Red & White

First year 1928
Years played 65
Ties played (W–L) 129 (70–59)
Years in
World Group
9 (3–9)
Davis Cup titles 0
Runners-up 1
Best finish 1976 Davis Cup
Most total wins Luis Ayala (37–14)
Most singles wins Luis Ayala (27–6)
Most doubles wins Hans Gildemeister (13–6)
Best doubles team Patricio Cornejo and Jaime Fillol (8–13)
Fernando González and Nicolás Massú (8–2)
Most ties played Patricio Cornejo (32)
Most years played Patricio Cornejo (16)

The Chile Davis Cup Team represents Chile in Davis Cup tennis tournament and is governed by Chile Tennis Federation. The team is currently captained by former Chilean tennis player Belus Prajoux.


The team's most successful performance at the Davis Cup was in 1976, when it lost 1–4 to the Italian team in the final held in Santiago, Chile.

Current team[edit]

Reserve players[edit]

  • Cristóbal Saavedra
  • Guillermo Rivera
  • Hans Podlipnik-Castillo
  • Javier Muñoz
  • Juan Carlos Saez
  • Nicolas Kauer
  • Matias Sborowitz
  • Julio Peralta
  • Gonzalo Lama
  • Laslo Urrutia
  • Victor Morales
  • Rodrigo Perez
  • Ricardo Urzua
  • Jorge Montero
  • Carlos Gonzalez
  • Alex Theiler
  • Ignacio Lehyt
  • Felipe Ríos
  • Victor Nuñez
  • Marcelo Plaza
  • David Fleming
  • Pedro Graber
  • Adrián García
  • Gonzalo Bravo
  • Guillermo Nuñez
  • Felipe Fritz
  • Marco Sobarzo
  • Michel Vernier
  • Mauricio Alvarez
  • Miguel Miranda (doubles player)
  • Benjamin Ugarte (doubles player)
  • Kevin Gonzalez (doubles player)

See also[edit]

Recent performances[edit]


Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 World Group, 1st Round 6–8 March Coquimbo (CHI)  Israel 4–1 Win
World Group, Quarterfinals 9–11 July Coquimbo (CHI)  Czech Republic 1–4 Loss
2011 World Group, 1st Round 4–6 March Santiago (CHI)  United States 1–4 Loss
World Group Play-off 7–9 July Santiago (CHI)  Italy 1–4 Loss
2012 Americas Zone Group I, 2nd Round 6–8 April Montevideo (URU)  Uruguay 3–1 Win
World Group Play-off 14–16 September Napoli (ITA)  Italy 1–4 Loss
2013 Americas Zone Group I, 2nd Round 5–7 April Manta (ECU)  Ecuador 2–3 Loss
Americas Zone Group I, 2nd round play-off 13–15 September Santo Domingo Este (DOM)  Dominican Republic 1–4 Loss
2014 Americas Zone Group II, 1st Round 31 January-2 February Bridgetown, (BAR)  Barbados 2–3

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