Latvia Davis Cup team

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Latvia
Flag of Latvia.svg
Captain Kārlis Lejnieks
ITF ranking 45 Steady
Colors White & red
First year 1993
Years played 21
Ties played (W–L) 55 (34-20)
Best finish Europe/Africa Zone Group I
1st round (2008, 2010)
Most total wins Andis Juška (36-28)
Most singles wins Andis Juška (23-19)
Most doubles wins Andris Filimonovs (18-6)
Best doubles team Andris Filimonovs &
Ģirts Dzelde (7-4)
Most ties played Andis Juška (31)
Most years played Andis Juška (13)

The Latvia Davis Cup team represents Latvia in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Latvian Tennis Union. Team is coached by Ģirts Dzelde.

Latvia after winning tie against Slovenia returned to the Europe/Africa Zone of Group I. They previously plaeyd in the Group I 2008.

History[edit]

Latvia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1993. Latvian players had previously represented the USSR.

Current Team (2014)[edit]

  • Andis Juška
  • Martins Podzus
  • Janis Podzus
  • Arturs Lazdins (junior player)

Other Players[edit]

  • Ernests Gulbis
  • Miķelis Lībietis
  • Deivids Juksa
  • Marcis Garuts
  • Oskars Vaskis (doubles player)
  • Krisjanis Stabins (doubles player)

Results[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2001 Europe/Africa Group III Round Robin 20 May Gaborone (BOT) Ghana Ghana 3-0 Won
19 May Gaborone (BOT) Lithuania Lithuania 2-1 Won
18 May Gaborone (BOT) Kenya Kenya 2-1 Won
17 May Gaborone (BOT) Georgia (country) Georgia 3-0 Won
16 May Gaborone (BOT) Madagascar Madagascar 3-0 Won
2000 Europe/Africa Group II First round Play-offs 16 May Mondorf (LUX) Luxembourg Luxembourg 1-4 Lost
First round 28–30 April Jurmala (LAT) Croatia Croatia 0-5 Lost
1999 Europe/Africa Group II First round Play-offs 16–18 July Jurmala (LAT) Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 4-1 Won
First round 30 April-2 May Jurmala (LAT) Poland Poland 2-3 Lost
1998 Europe/Africa Group II First round Play-offs 17–19 July Jurmala (LAT) Georgia (country) Georgia 5-0 Won
First round 1–3 May Jurmala (LAT) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 2-3 Lost
1997 Europe/Africa Group II First round Play-offs 11–13 July Jurmala (LAT) Ghana Ghana 4-1 Won
First round 2–4 May Abidjan (CIV) Ivory Coast Ivory Coast 0-5 Lost
1996 Europe/Africa Group II First round Play-offs 12–14 July Skopje (MKD) Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 4-1 Won
First round 3–5 May Jurmala (LAT) Ivory Coast Ivory Coast 2-3 Lost
1995 Europe/Africa Group II Quarterfinals 14–16 July Jurmala (LAT) Ukraine Ukraine 2-3 Lost
First round 28–30 April Tallinn (EST) Estonia Estonia 3-2 Won
1994 Europe/Africa Group II Semifinals 23–25 September Jurmala (LAT) Morocco Morocco 1-4 Lost
Quarterfinals 15–17 July Jurmala (LAT) Ukraine Ukraine 3-2 Won
First Round 29 April-1 May Nairobi (KEN) Kenya Kenya 3-1 Won
1993 Europe/Africa Group III Round Robin 2 May Lusaka (ZAM) Republic of the Congo Congo 3-0 Won
1 May Lusaka (ZAM) Slovenia Slovenia 2-1 Won
30 April Lusaka (ZAM) Zambia Zambia 3-0 Won
29 April Lusaka (ZAM) San Marino San Marino 3-0 Won
28 April Lusaka (ZAM) Turkey Turkey 3-0 Won

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