Mexico Davis Cup team
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|Ties played (W–L)||168 (81–87)|
|Most total wins||Rafael Osuna (42–23)|
|Most singles wins||Alejandro Hernández (26–15)|
|Most doubles wins||Rafael Osuna (17–8)|
|Best doubles team||Rafael Osuna / Antonio Palafox
|Most ties played||Santiago González (26)|
|Most years played||Leonardo Lavalle (14)
Jorge Lozano (14)
Mexico finished as runners-up in 1962. They currently compete in the Americas Zone Group II. They last competed in the World Group in 1997.
Mexico competed in its first Davis Cup in 1924.
Current team (2014)
- Team page on DavisCup.com
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