Syria Davis Cup team
|ITF ranking||T-93 2|
|Colors||Red, white (green stars) and black|
|Ties played (W–L)||93 (40-53)|
|Most total wins||Rabi Bouhassoun (34 - 21)|
|Most singles wins||Rabi Bouhassoun (29 - 8)|
|Most doubles wins||Lays Salim (11 - 18)|
|Best doubles team||Romain Radwan & Robert Makzoume (4-0)|
|Most ties played||Lays Salim (44)|
|Most years played||Lays Salim (11)|
Syria currently compete in the Asia/Oceania Zone of Group III. They won Group III in 2000.
Current team (2014)
- Marc Abdelnour (amateur player)
- Bruno Abdel Nour (amateur player)
- Amer Naow (amateur player)
- Yacoub Makzoume (amateur player)
The youngest player in Syrian Davis Cup history was Rabi Bouhassoun, aged 15 years and 212 days.
The oldest player in Syrian Davis Cup history was Jehad Sheet, aged 41 years and 159 days.
The longest rubber in Syrian Davis Cup history was 4 hours and 22 minutes, when on 9 February 2001 Selvam Veerasingam of Malaysia defeated Syria's Rabi Bouhassoun 7-5 6-4 2-6 6-3
The longest final set of a rubber, in Syrian Davis Cup history, took place on 9 April 1988 when Hassan Bin Bohari and Albert Teo of Singapore defeated Abdul-Latif Mourad and Samer Mourad of Syria 16-14 in the third and final set of the 6-4 6-3 16-14 match.
|2010||Asia/Oceania Group III, Group stage||28 Apr||Tehran (IRN)||Iran||2–1||Win|
|Asia/Oceania Group III, Promotional Play-off||1 May||Vietnam||1–2||Loss|
|2011||Asia/Oceania Group II, First round||4–6 Mar||Changwon (KOR)||South Korea||1–4||Loss|
|Asia/Oceania Group II, Play-offs||8–10 Jul||Hong Kong||Hong Kong||1–4||Loss|
|2012||Asia/Oceania Group III, Group stage||25 Apr||Tehran (IRN)||Bangladesh||3–0||Win|
|Asia/Oceania Group III, Promotional Play-off||28 Apr||Iran||2–1||Win|
|2013||Asia/Oceania Group II, First round||1–3 Feb||Lapu-Lapu (PHI)||Philippines||2–3||Loss|
|Asia/Oceania Group II, Play-offs||5–7 Apr||Mishref (KUW)||Kuwait||2–3||Loss|
- Team page on DavisCup.com
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