Vietnam Davis Cup team

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Vietnam
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ITF ranking67 Steady
First year1964
Years played25
Ties played (W–L)84 (52 - 32)
Most total winsĐỗ Minh Quân (41 - 22)
Most singles winsĐỗ Minh Quân (27 - 13)
Most doubles winsLê Quốc Khánh (21 - 19)
Best doubles teamĐỗ Minh Quân & Lê Quốc Khánh (7 - 9)
Most ties playedLê Quốc Khánh (44), Đỗ Minh Quân (44)
Most years playedLê Quốc Khánh (12)

The Vietnam Davis Cup team represents Vietnam in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Vietnam Tennis Federation. The President of VTF is Mr Nguyễn Danh Thái while the General Secretary is Mr Nguyen Quoc Ky. Commercial and International Affairs is handled by Mr Long Le Hoang.

Vietnam currently compete in the Asia/Oceania Zone of Group III. As South Vietnam they reached the final of Eastern Zone A in 1964, and of Eastern Zone B in 1965, 1969 and of Eastern Zone Preliminary Rounds in 1973.[1]

History[edit]

Vietnam competed in its first Davis Cup in 1964 as South Vietnam until 1974 before returning as Vietnam in 2003. After 10 years of competition in Asia/Oceania Groups 3 and 4, the Vietnamese team made it to Group 2 for the very first time in 2014.

Current team[edit]

Results[edit]

Zone legend
World Group/Inter-Zonal/Challenge Round
World Group Play-offs/Qualifying Play-offs
Continental Zone I
Continental Zone II
Continental Zone III
Continental Zone IV
Year Zone Final round Final opponent Score Result
2003 Asia/Oceania Group IV Promotional Play-off  Myanmar 3–0 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2004 Asia/Oceania Group III 1st to 4th Play-off  Pacific Oceania 1–2 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2005 Asia/Oceania Group III 1st to 4th Play-off  Sri Lanka 2–1 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2006 Asia/Oceania Group III 5th to 8th Play-off  Singapore 2–1 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2007 Asia/Oceania Group III 5th to 8th Play-off  Malaysia 2–1 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2008 Asia/Oceania Group III 5th to 8th Play-off  United Arab Emirates 3–0 Relegated to Asia/Oceania Zone Group IV
2009 Asia/Oceania Group IV Round robin  United Arab Emirates 2–1 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2010 Asia/Oceania Group III Promotional Play-off  Iran 0–2 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2011 Asia/Oceania Group III Promotional Play-off  Malaysia 2–1 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2012 Asia/Oceania Group III 5th to 6th Play-off  Oman 3–0 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2013 Asia/Oceania Group III Promotional Play-off  Hong Kong 2–1 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group II
2014 Asia/Oceania Group II Relegation Play-off  Sri Lanka 2–3 Relegated to Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2015 Asia/Oceania Group III 1st to 4th Play-off  Hong Kong 2–0 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group II
2016 Asia/Oceania Group II Second round  Thailand 0–5 Stayed at Asia/Oceania Zone Group II
2017 Asia/Oceania Group II Relegation Play-off  Iran 0–5 Relegated to Asia/Oceania Zone Group III
2018 Asia/Oceania Group III Promotional Play-off  Qatar 3–0 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group IIa
2019 Asia/Oceania Group III 1st to 2nd Play-off  Syria 2–0 Promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group II
^a Vietnam stayed at Asia/Oceania Group III for the following year after a format change to the competition.

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References[edit]

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