Switzerland Davis Cup team
|ITF ranking||9 (6)|
|Colors||Red & white|
|Ties played (W–L)||157 (73–84)|
|Most total wins||Jakob Hlasek (49–30)|
|Most singles wins||Jakob Hlasek (34–20)|
|Most doubles wins||Jakob Hlasek (15–10)|
|Best doubles team||Jakob Hlasek/
Marc Rosset (7–5)
Heinz Günthardt (7–5)
|Most ties played||Heinz Gunthardt (30)|
|Most years played||Heinz Gunthardt (15)|
In 2007, Switzerland competed in the World Group for the 13th consecutive year, the third longest ongoing streak, before being relegated after losing 3–2 against the Czech Republic.
Switzerland has never won the Davis Cup, but it finished as the runner-up in 1992.
Current squad (2014)
Switzerland competed in its first Davis Cup in the 1923. Switzerland was a quarterfinalist in 1998, 1999, 2001, and 2004. Switzerland was also a semifinalist in 2003. Switzerland's best performance was in 1992, when the team finished as the runner-up. The team was led by Marc Rosset and Jakob Hlasek, and it lost to a tough United States team consisting of Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Pete Sampras, and John McEnroe. They beat the Swiss three matches to one.
- ATP World Tour. "Federer Joins Wawrinka For Swiss Davis Cup Tie". Association of Tennis Professionals. Retrieved 29 January 2014.
- Team page on DavisCup.com
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