Iran Davis Cup team

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Iran
Flag of Iran.svg
Captain Akbar Taheri
Coach -
ITF ranking T-99 Decrease6
First year 1962
Years played 37
Ties played (W–L) 85 (43 - 42)
Years in
World Group
0 (0 - 0)
Most total wins Anousha Shahgholi (25-19)
Most singles wins Taghi Akbari (17-19)
Anousha Shahgholi (17-13)
Most doubles wins Kanyab Derafshijavan (12-8)
Best doubles team Mostafa Saleh (6-0)
Kanyab Derafshijavan (12-8)
Most ties played Anousha Shahgholi (27)
Most years played Taghi Akbari (15)

The Iran Davis Cup team represents Iran in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Tennis Federation of Iran.

Iran currently compete in the Asia/Oceania Zone of Group III. They have reached the Group II finals twice.

History[edit]

Iran competed in its first Davis Cup in 1962.

Current Team (2013)[edit]

  • Anoosha Shahgholi
  • Ashkan Shokoofi (amateur player)
  • Farshad Talavar (amateur player)
  • Shahin Khaledan (amateur player)

Other Players[edit]

  • Alborz Akhavan

Notable Players[edit]

Tournaments[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Since 1959(Last updated 23 September 2013)[1] Thailand w/o Iran in 1959. Iran w/o Burma in 1964. Iran w/o Malaysia in 1967. Iran w/o Nigeria in 1975. Turkey w/o Iran in 1985. Hungary w/o Iran in 1986.

Record
  • Champion: none
  • Runner-up: none
  • Lost in Semifinals: none
  • Lost in Quarterfinals: none
  • Lost in First Round: n times
Home and away record (all NN match-ups)
  • Performance at home (NN match-ups): NN–NN (NN.N%)
  • Performance away (NN match-ups): NN–NN (NN.N%)
  • Total: NN–NN (NN.N%)
Head-to-head record (1959–)
Record against continents
Africa Asia Europe North America Oceania South America
 Algeria
 Egypt
 South Africa
 Brunei
 Bangladesh
 China
 Hong Kong
 Indonesia
 India
 Jordan
 Kazakhstan
 Kyrgyzstan
 Saudi Arabia
 Kuwait
 Lebanon
 Malaysia
 Oman
 Pakistan
 Philippines
 Qatar
 Singapore
 Sri Lanka
 Syria
 Chinese Taipei
 Tajikistan
 Thailand
 United Arab Emirates
 Vietnam
 Bulgaria
 Great Britain
 Ireland
 Israel
 Norway
 Poland
 Romania
 Switzerland
 Turkey
 United States POC none
Record: N-N (NN%) Record: N-N (NN%) Record: N-N (NN%) Record: N-N (NN%) Record: N-N (NN%) Record: N/A
Record by decade
  • 2010–2019: N-N (NN%)
  • 2000–2009: N-N (NN%)
  • 1991–1999: N-N (NN%)
  • 1970–1979: N-N (NN%)
  • 1962–1969: N-N (NN%)

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External links[edit]

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