Ecuador Davis Cup team

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Ecuador
Flag of Ecuador.svg
ITF ranking
Current ranking 26 Decrease 1
First international
1961
World Group
Appearances 5 (1–5)
Player stats
Most total wins Nicolás Lapentti (61–34)
Most singles wins Nicolás Lapentti (41–16)
Most doubles wins Andrés Gómez (20–15)
Nicolás Lapentti (20–18)
Best doubles team Andrés Gómez/Ricardo Ycaza (9–3)
Most ties played Nicolás Lapentti (38)
Most years played Andrés Gómez
Nicolás Lapentti (17)

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

Ecuador currently compete in the Americas Zone of Group I. Their best performance was in 1985, when they advanced at quarterfinals in the World Group.

History[edit]

Ecuador competed in its first Davis Cup in 1961.

Current team (2014)[edit]

Results[edit]

2000–2009[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2007 Americas Zone, Group II, 1st Round 9–11 February Guayaquil (ECU)  Netherlands Antilles 5–0 Won
Americas Zone, Group II, 2nd Round 6–8 April Punta del Este (URU)  Uruguay 0–5 Lost
2008 Americas Zone, Group II, 1st Round 8–10 February Curaçao (NAT)  Netherlands Antilles 4–1 Won
Americas Zone, Group II, 2nd Round 11–13 April Guayaquil (ECU)  Dominican Republic 4–1 Won
Americas Zone, Group II, 3rd Round 19–21 September Lambaré (PAR)  Paraguay 3–2 Won
2009 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 6–8 March Toronto (CAN)  Canada 3–2 Won
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 8–10 May Quito (ECU)  Peru 4–1 Won
World Group Play-offs 18–20 September Porto Alegre (BRA)  Brazil 3–2 Won

2010–2019[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 World Group, 1st Round 5–7 March Varaždin (CRO)  Croatia 0–5 Lost
World Group Play-offs 17–19 September Bucharest (ROM)  Romania 0–5 Lost
2011 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 4–6 March bye
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 8–10 July Guayaquil (ECU)  Canada 2–3 Lost
Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round Relegation Play-off 16-18 September Guayaquil (ECU)  Mexico 3–2 Won
2012 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 10-12 February Salinas (ECU)  Colombia 1–4 Lost
Americas Zone, Group I, Regulation Play-off 14-16 September Lima (PER)  Peru 4–1 Won
2013 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 1-3 February bye
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 5-7 April Manta (ECU)  Chile 4–1 Won
World Group Play-offs 13-15 September Neuchâtel (SUI)   Switzerland 1–4 Lost
2014 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 31 January - 2 February Guayaquil (ECU)  Venezuela 3–2 Won
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 4-6 April Guayaquil (ECU)  Brazil 1–3 Lost
2015 Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 17–19 July Santo Domingo (DOM)  Dominican Republic 2–3 Lost
Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round Relegation Play-off 18–20 September Saint Michael (BAR)  Barbados 3–2 Won
2016 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 4–6 March Portoviejo (ECU)  Barbados 5–0 Won
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 15–18 July Belo Horizonte (BRA)  Brazil 1–3 Lost
2017 Americas Zone, Group I, 1st Round 3–5 February Guayaquil (ECU)  Peru 5–0 Won
Americas Zone, Group I, 2nd Round 7–9 April TBD (ECU)  Brazil

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