Indonesia Davis Cup team

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Indonesia
Flag of Indonesia.svg
ITF ranking62 -3
ColorsRed & White
First year1961
Years played52
Ties played (W–L)101 (43-58)
Years in
World Group
2 (0-2)
Best finishWG First Round (1983 & 1989)
Most total winsChristopher Rungkat (34-17)
Suwandi Suwandi (34-29)
Most singles winsSuwandi Suwandi (23-26)
Most doubles winsBonit Wiryawan (16-11)
Best doubles teamSuwandi Suwandi and Bonit Wiryawan (6-2)
Sulistyo Wibowo and Bonit Wiryawan (6-4)
Most ties playedSuwandi Suwandi (33)
Most years playedBonit Wiryawan (16)

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

Indonesia currently compete in Group II of the Asia/Oceania Zone. They played in the World Group in 1983 and 1989.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Team representing Indonesia vs. Philippines (2018 Group II Asia/Oceania Zone First Round)[1]

Recent call-ups[edit]

The following players have been called up in the last three years. (Most recent call-up in brackets)

History[edit]

Indonesia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1961. Joseph Valentinus Sie, Liep Tjiauw Tan, Itjas Sumarno, and Sutarjo Sugiarto represented Indonesia in its first Davis Cup in 1961.

Results[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2005 Group I, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 4-6 March Jakarta, Indonesia  Uzbekistan 2-3 Lost
Group I, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round Play-offs 15-17 July Tianjin, China  China 1-4 Lost
Group I, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round Play-offs 13-15 September Bangkok, Thailand  Thailand 1-4 Lost
2006 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 10-12 February Balikpapan, Indonesia  Malaysia 5-0 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 7-9 April Surabaya, Indonesia  Hong Kong 5-0 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 3rd Round 22-24 September Almaty, Kazakhstan  Kazakhstan 2-3 Lost
2007 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 9-11 February Victoria Park, Hong Kong  Hong Kong 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 6-8 April Mishref, Kuwait  Kuwait 1-4 Lost
2008 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 8-10 February Jakarta, Indonesia  Hong Kong 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 11-13 April Jakarta, Indonesia  China 2-3 Lost
2009 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 6-8 March Surakarta, Indonesia  Kuwait 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 10-12 July Hamilton, New Zealand  New Zealand 0-5 Lost
2010 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 5-7 March Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  Malaysia 5-0 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 9-11 July Jakarta, Indonesia  Thailand 1-4 Lost
2011 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 4-6 March Tehran, Iran  Iran 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 8-10 July Nonthaburi, Thailand  Thailand 1-4 Lost
2012 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 10-12 February Victoria Park, Hong Kong  Hong Kong 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 6-8 April Jakarta, Indonesia  Thailand 3-2 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 3rd Round 14-16 September Pekanbaru, Indonesia  Philippines 3-2 Won
2013 Group I, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 1-3 February Tokyo, Japan  Japan 0-5 Lost
Group I, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round Play-offs 5-7 April Bangalore, India  India 0-5 Lost
Group I, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round Play-offs 13-15 September Kaohsiung City, Chinese Taipei  Chinese Taipei 0-5 Lost
2014 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 31 January - 2 February Mishref, Kuwait  Kuwait 2-3 Lost
Group II, Asia/Oceania, Play-offs 4-6 April Jakarta, Indonesia  Hong Kong 3-1 Won
2015 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 6-8 March Palembang, Indonesia  Iran 5-0 Won
Group II, Asia/Oceania, 2nd Round 17-19 July Jakarta, Indonesia  Pakistan 1-3 Lost
2016 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 4-6 March Surakarta, Indonesia  Vietnam 2-3 Lost
Group II, Asia/Oceania, Play-offs 15-17 July Surakarta, Indonesia  Sri Lanka 5-0 Won
2017 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 3–5 February Manila, Philippines  Philippines 1-4 Lost
Group II, Asia/Oceania, Play-offs 7–9 April Surakarta, Indonesia  Kuwait 4-1 Won
2018 Group II, Asia/Oceania, 1st Round 3–4 February Jakarta, Indonesia  Philippines 1-4 Lost
Group II, Asia/Oceania, Play-offs 7–8 April Colombo, Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka 3-1 Won

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