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Soviet Union Davis Cup team

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Current ranking  N/A
Best result  0
Most singles wins  Alex Metreveli (56-14)
Appearances  5 (0-5)
Most total wins  Alex Metreveli (80-25)
Most doubles wins  Sergei Likhachev (24-11) Alex Metreveli (24-11)

The Soviet Union Davis Cup team competed from 1962-1991. The team competed with the name 'Commonwealth of Independent States' in 1992. Following 1992, the nations competed as:

  • Russia Davis Cup team (historical records assumed by Russia)
  • Armenia Davis Cup team (began 1996)
  • Azerbaijan Davis Cup team (began 1996)
  • Belarus Davis Cup team (began 1994)
  • Estonia Davis Cup team (played independently in 1935; resumed in 1993)
  • Georgia Davis Cup team (began 1994)
  • Kazakhstan Davis Cup team (began 1995)
  • Kyrgyzstan Davis Cup team (began 2002)
  • Latvia Davis Cup team (began 1993)
  • Lithuania Davis Cup team (began 1994)
  • Moldova Davis Cup team (began 1995)
  • Tajikistan Davis Cup team (began 1997)
  • Turkmenistan Davis Cup team (began 2004)
  • Ukraine Davis Cup team (began 1993)
  • Uzbekistan Davis Cup team (began 1994)
  • References

    Soviet Union Davis Cup team Wikipedia


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