Germany at the Hopman Cup

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Germany
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First year 1989
Years played 14
Hopman Cup titles 2 (1993, 1995)
Runners-up 1 (1994)
Most total wins Anke Huber (13–12)
Most singles wins Anke Huber (10–3)
Most doubles wins Anna-Lena Grönefeld (3–1)
Anke Huber (3–9)
Best doubles team Anna-Lena Grönefeld &
Tommy Haas (2–0)
Most years played Anke Huber (4)

Germany is a nation that has competed at thirteen Hopman Cup tournaments and first competed in the inaugural Hopman Cup in 1989 (competing in 1989 under the name West Germany). Germany reached the final for three consecutive years between 1993 and 1995, finishing as the runners-up in 1994 but winning the tournament on the other two occasions.

Players[edit]

This is a list of players who have played for Germany in the Hopman Cup.

Name Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L First year played No. of years played
Becker, BorisBoris Becker 5–3 5–0 0–3 1992 2
Begerow, PetraPetra Begerow 0–6 0–3 0–3 1997 1
Cueto, IsabelIsabel Cueto 1–1 1–0 0–1 1991 1
Graf, SteffiSteffi Graf 8–4 6–1 2–3 1989 3
Grönefeld, Anna-LenaAnna-Lena Grönefeld 4–6 1–5 3–1 2005 2
Haas, TommyTommy Haas 5–10 3–6 2–4 1998 3
Huber, AnkeAnke Huber 13–12 10–3 3–9 1994 4
Karbacher, BerndBernd Karbacher 5–9 3–4 2–5 1994 2
Kiefer, NicolasNicolas Kiefer 3–6 2–3 1–3 2006 2
Kohlschreiber, PhilippPhilipp Kohlschreiber 0–5 0–3 0–2 2010 1
Kühnen, PatrikPatrik Kühnen 2–2 1–1 1–1 1989 1
Lisicki, SabineSabine Lisicki 4–6 4–2 0–4 2009 2
Malek, TatjanaTatjana Malek 0-4 0-2 0-2 2013 1
Sinner, MartinMartin Sinner 2–4 1–2 1–2 1996 1
Steeb, Carl-UweCarl-Uwe Steeb 0–2 0–1 0–1 1991 1
Stich, MichaelMichael Stich 3–2 2–1 1–1 1993 1

Results[edit]

Year Competition Location Opponent Score Result
1989 Round One Burswood Dome, Perth France 3–0 Won
Semifinals Burswood Dome, Perth Australia 1–2 Lost
1991 Round One Burswood Dome, Perth Czechoslovakia 1–2 Lost
1992 Quarterfinals Burswood Dome, Perth France 2–1 Won
Semifinals Burswood Dome, Perth Czechoslovakia 1–2 Lost
1993 Quarterfinals Burswood Dome, Perth Ukraine 2–1 Won
Semifinals Burswood Dome, Perth France 2–1 Won
Final Burswood Dome, Perth Spain 2–1 Won
1994 Round One Burswood Dome, Perth South Africa 2–1 Won
Quarterfinals Burswood Dome, Perth United States 2–1 Won
Semifinals Burswood Dome, Perth Austria 2–1 Won
Final Burswood Dome, Perth Czech Republic 1–2 Lost
1995 Quarterfinals Burswood Dome, Perth Austria 2–1 Won
Semifinals Burswood Dome, Perth France 2–1 Won
Final Burswood Dome, Perth Ukraine 3–0 Won
1996 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Netherlands 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Australia 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Switzerland 0–3 Lost
1997 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth South Africa 0–3 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Romania 0–3 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Switzerland 0–3 Lost
1998 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth France 0–3 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth South Africa 1–2 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth United States 1–2 Lost
2005 1 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Russia 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Italy 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Argentina 1–2 Lost
2006 2 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Australia 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Argentina 1–2 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Netherlands 0–3 Lost
2009 3 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Australia 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth United States 2–1 Won
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Slovakia 0–3 Lost
2010 4 Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Russia 1–2 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Great Britain 1–2 Lost
Round Robin Burswood Dome, Perth Kazakhstan 0–2 Lost
2013 5 Round Robin Perth Arena, Perth Australia 0-3 Lost
Round Robin Perth Arena, Perth Italy 1–2 Lost
Round Robin Perth Arena, Perth Serbia 0–3 Lost

1 In the last tie against Argentina, Tommy Haas strained his thigh muscle during the singles match and was both forced to retire from this match and forfeit the mixed doubles, thus defaulting both points.[1]
2 Due to a back problem, Nikolas Kiefer was unable to play the final tie against the Netherlands therefore Germany had to forfeit two points.[2]
3 Nikolas Kiefer tore two ligaments in his ankle during his singles match in the final tie against Slovakia. He was forced to retire from that match and was unable to participate in the mixed doubles, thus losing both points.[3]
4 The mixed doubles in the final tie against Kazakhstan was not played.
5 Andrea Petkovic straned her knee as she had to be forced to retire from this match and the mixed doubles, thus losing both points and was replace by Tajana Malek. Australian junior Thanasi Kokkinakis joined the mixed third rubber match against Serbia after Haas resign.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Injury Helps Argentina Into Final". www.hopmancup.com. 6 Jan 2005. Retrieved 9 Oct 2011. 
  2. ^ "Dutch Play Off Winners Advance to the Cup Final". www.hopmancup.com. 5 Jan 2006. Retrieved 9 Oct 2011. 
  3. ^ "Injuries Oust Germany, Help Italy". www.hopmancup.com. 8 Jan 2009. Retrieved 9 Oct 2011. 
  4. ^ "Djokovic burns down the Haas". www.hopmancup.com. 4 Jan 2013. Retrieved 4 Jan 2013.