Slovenia Davis Cup team

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Slovenia
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Captain Blaž Trupej
ITF ranking 37 Decrease6
Highest ITF ranking 1 ()
First year 1993
Years played 21
Ties played (W–L) 49 (29–20)
Best finish Europe/Africa Zone Group I
quarterfinal (2011, 2012)
Most total wins Grega Žemlja (29–18)
Most singles wins Marko Tkalec (25–9)
Most doubles wins Grega Žemlja (11–8)
Best doubles team Luka Gregorc &
Grega Žemlja (6–3)
Most ties played Marko Tkalec (22)
Most years played Marko Tkalec (11)

The Slovenia Davis Cup team represents Slovenia in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Slovenian Tennis Association.

Slovenia currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone Group I.

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History[edit]

Slovenia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1993. Slovenian players previously competed for Yugoslavia.

In April 2014, Slovenia lost in Davis Cup competition to Israel, 3-1, in a Europe/Africa Zone Group I tie.[1] Blaz Rola was responsible for Slovenia's sole victory.[2]

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