Kazakhstan Davis Cup team

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Kazakhstan
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg
Captain Dias Doskarayev
ITF ranking 8
Colors Blue & White
First year 1995
Years played 19
Ties played (W–L) 60 (37–23)
Years in
World Group
3 (2–3)
Best finish Quarterfinal (2011, 2013)
Most total wins Alexey Kedryuk (66–34)
Most singles wins Alexey Kedryuk (43–17)
Most doubles wins Alexey Kedryuk (23–17)
Best doubles team Igor Chaldounov /
Alexey Kedryuk (6–1)
Alexey Kedryuk /
Anton Tsymbalov (6–2)
Most ties played Alexey Kedryuk (51)
Most years played Alexey Kedryuk (15)

The Kazakhstan Davis Cup team represents Kazakhstan in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Kazakhstan Tennis Federation. In 2011, Kazakhstan competed in the World Group for the first time after they won against Switzerland in the 2010 World Group Play-offs. After the first round win against the Czech Republic in 2011, Kazakhstan secured their spot in the World Group for the 2012 Davis Cup. They lost in the first round to Spain, but defeated Uzbekistan in the play-offs, which again kept them in the World Group for 2013. In 2013, they defeated Austria in the first round, but lost to the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals.

History[edit]

Kazakhstan competed in its first Davis Cup in 1995. Kazakh players previously represented the USSR Davis Cup team.

In 2010, Kazakhstan competed in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone, beating South Korea in the 1st round, 5 rubbers to 0, and China in the 2nd round, 4 rubbers to 1, to earn a spot in the World Group playoffs. Kazakhstan then beat Switzerland, 5 rubbers to 0, to earn a spot in the 2011 World Group. Kazakhstan competed in the World Group in at least the following 4 years.

Current Team (2014)[edit]

Other Players[edit]

  • Aleksandr Nedovyesov
  • Dmitry Popko
  • Timur Khabibulin
  • Roman Khassanov
  • Kuatbek Abiyev
  • Sagadat Ayap
  • Alexey Nesterov
  • Yuri Schukin (doubles player)
  • Serizhan Yessenbekov (doubles player)
  • Dmitriy Makeyev (doubles player)


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