Romania Davis Cup team

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Romania
Flag of Romania.svg
Captain Horia Tecau
Coach Andrei Pavel
ITF ranking
Current ranking 21 Increase7
First international
1922
World Group
Appearances 14 (3–14)
Runners-up 3 (1969, 1971, 1972)
Player stats
Most total wins Ilie Năstase (109–37)
Most singles wins Ilie Năstase (74–22)
Most doubles wins Ilie Năstase (35–15)
Best doubles team Ilie Năstase &
Ion Ţiriac (27–7)
Most ties played Ilie Năstase (52)
Most years played Ilie Năstase (18)

The Romania Davis Cup team represents Romania in Davis Cup tennis competition, being governed by the Romanian Tennis Federation and currently competes in the 2014 Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I.

Romania has finished as runners-up three times. Alongside India, Romania has never won the Davis Cup despite playing three finals.

Current squad[edit]

Rankings as of January 27, 2014

Squad representing Ukraine vs. Romania (2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round)
Player ATP Ranking
Horia Tecău #8 (Doubles)
Victor Hănescu #72 (Singles)
Adrian Ungur #122 (Singles)
Marius Copil #131 (Singles)
Recent callups
Player Most recent appearance
Florin Mergea 2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round
Victor Crivoi 2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round Play-off

History[edit]

Romania finished runner-up three times – in 1969, 1971 and 1972 – and lost to USA in the Final on each occasion.The most contested match was in 1972, when Romania lost 3-2,Tiriac and Nastase winning for Romania. Only Romania, Argentina and India have contested more than one Final without being crowned champion. Its first appearance in the competition was back in 1922.

Recent performances[edit]

2010s[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round BYE
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Quarterfinals 7–9 May Bucharest (ROU)  Ukraine 3–1 Win
World Group Play-off 17–19 Sep Bucharest (ROU)  Ecuador 5–0 Win
2011 World Group, 1st Round 4–6 Mar Buenos Aires (ARG)  Argentina 1–4 Loss
World Group Play-off 16–18 Sep Bucharest (ROU)  Czech Republic 0–5 Loss
2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round BYE
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd Round 6–8 Apr Amsterdam (NED)  Netherlands 0–5 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round play-offs 14–16 Sep Cluj-Napoca (ROU)  Finland 3–2[1] Win
2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round 1–3 Feb Cluj-Napoca (ROU)  Denmark 5-0 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd Round 5–7 Apr Brașov (ROU)  Netherlands 0-5 Loss
2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round 31 Ian - 2 Feb Dnipropetrovsk (UKR)  Ukraine 1-3 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round play-offs 12 Sep - 14 Sep Bucharest (ROU)  Sweden 3-1 Win
2015 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round 6–8 March Sibiu (ROU)  Israel 5-0 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd Round 17–19 July Constanța (ROU)  Slovakia 2-3 Loss
2016 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round 4–6 March Arad (ROU)  Slovenia 4-1 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd Round 15–17 July Cluj-Napoca (ROU)  Spain 1-4 Loss
2017 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st Round 3–5 February Minsk (BLR)  Belarus 2-3 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, TBD


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