1992 Davis Cup


1992 Davis Cup

The 1992 Davis Cup was the 81st edition of the most important tournament between national teams in men's tennis. Due to increased entries, the tournament was expanded to add a Group III in all zones, with promotion and relegation between it and Group II. A total of 92 nations participated in the tournament. In the final, the United States defeated Switzerland at the Tarrant County Center in Ft. Worth, TX, United States, on 4-6 December.

World Group

Draw

DCWorld
RD1-date=31 January-2 February
RD2-date=27-29 March
RD3-date=25-27 September
RD4-date=4-6 December

teamwidth=13

RD1T1-loc=Bayonne, France (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed1= | RD1-team1=davis|FRA | RD1-score1=5
RD1-seed2= | RD1-team2=davis|GBR | RD1-score2=0

RD1T2-loc=The Hague, Netherlands (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed3= | RD1-team3=davis|NED | RD1-score3=1
RD1-seed4= | RD1-team4=davis|SUI | RD1-score4=4

RD1T3-loc=Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (clay)
RD1-seed5= | RD1-team5=davis|GER | RD1-score5=1
RD1-seed6= | RD1-team6=davis|BRA | RD1-score6=3

RD1T4-loc=Bolzano, Italy (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed7= | RD1-team7=davis|ESP | RD1-score7=1
RD1-seed8= | RD1-team8=davis|ITA | RD1-score8=4

RD1T5-loc=Nicosia, Cyprus (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed9= | RD1-team9=davis|YUG | RD1-score9=0
RD1-seed10= | RD1-team10=davis|AUS | RD1-score10=5

RD1T6-loc=Vancouver, Canada (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed11= | RD1-team11=davis|CAN | RD1-score11=2
RD1-seed12= | RD1-team12=davis|SWE | RD1-score12=3

RD1T7-loc=Prague, Czechoslovakia (indoor carpet)
RD1-seed13= | RD1-team13=davis|BEL | RD1-score13=0
RD1-seed14= | RD1-team14=davis|TCH | RD1-score14=5

RD1T8-loc=Mauna Lani, HI, United States (hard)
RD1-seed15= | RD1-team15=davis|ARG | RD1-score15=0
RD1-seed16= | RD1-team16=davis|USA | RD1-score16=5

RD2T1-loc=Nîmes, France (indoor clay)
RD2-seed1= | RD2-team1=davis|FRA | RD2-score1=2
RD2-seed2= | RD2-team2=davis|SUI | RD2-score2=3

RD2T2-loc=Maceió, Brazil (clay)
RD2-seed3= | RD2-team3=davis|BRA | RD2-score3=3
RD2-seed4= | RD2-team4=davis|ITA | RD2-score4=1

RD2T3-loc=Lund, Sweden (indoor carpet)
RD2-seed5= | RD2-team5=davis|AUS | RD2-score5=0
RD2-seed6= | RD2-team6=davis|SWE | RD2-score6=5

RD2T4-loc=Ft. Myers, FL, United States (hard)
RD2-seed7= | RD2-team7=davis|TCH | RD2-score7=2
RD2-seed8= | RD2-team8=davis|USA | RD2-score8=3

RD3T1-loc=Geneva, Switzerland (indoor carpet)
RD3-seed1= | RD3-team1=davis|SUI | RD3-score1=5
RD3-seed2= | RD3-team2=davis|BRA | RD3-score2=0

RD3T2-loc=Minneapolis, MN, United States (indoor clay)
RD3-seed3= | RD3-team3=davis|SWE | RD3-score3=1
RD3-seed4= | RD3-team4=davis|USA | RD3-score4=4

RD4T1-loc=Ft. Worth, TX, United States (indoor hard)
RD4-seed1= | RD4-team1=davis|SUI | RD4-score1=1
RD4-seed2= | RD4-team2=davis|USA | RD4-score2=3
First round losers play along with Zonal Group I qualifiers in World Group Qualifying Round.

Final

DavisCupbox
team1=United States
team2=Switzerland
venue=Tarrant County Center, Ft. Worth, TX, United States
date=4 December - 6 December 1992
surface=carpet (indoors)
score1=3
score2=1
R1= TennisMatch |T1P1=Andre Agassi |6 |6 |6 | | |T2P1=Jakob Hlasek |1 |2 |2 | |
R2= TennisMatch |T1P1=Jim Courier |3 |7 |6 |4 |4 |T2P1=Marc Rosset |6 |6.09 |3 |6 |6
R3= TennisMatch |T1P1=John McEnroe |T1P2=Pete Sampras |6.05 |6.07 |7 |6 |6 |T2P1=Jakob Hlasek |T2P2=Marc Rosset |7 |7 |5 |1 |2
R4= TennisMatch |T1P1=Jim Courier |6 |3 |6 |6 | |T2P1=Jakob Hlasek |3 |6 |3 |4 |
R5= TennisMatch |T1P1=Andre Agassi | | | | | |T2P1=Marc Rosset | | | | | |np=

World Group Qualifying Round

Date: 25-27 September

*Austria, CIS, Cuba, Denmark, and India promoted to World Group in 1993.
*Germany, Netherlands, and Spain remain in World Group in 1993.
*Israel (EA), South Korea (AO), and Uruguay (AMN) remain in Group I in 1993.
*Argentina (AMN), Belgium (EA), Canada (AMN), Great Britain (EA), and Yugoslavia (EA) relegated to Group I in 1993.

Americas Zone

Group I

;Participating Teams
*
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
*
* — relegated to Group II in 1993
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round

Group II

;Participating Teams
* — promoted to Group I in 1993
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
*
*
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
*
*
*

Group III

;Participating Teams
*
*
*
*
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
*
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
*

Asia/Oceania Zone

Group I

;Participating Teams
* — relegated to Group II in 1993
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
*
*
*
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round

Group II

;Participating Teams
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
* — promoted to Group I in 1993
*
*
*
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
*
*

Group III

;Participating Teams
*
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
*
*
*
*

Euro/African Zone

Group I

;Participating Teams
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
*
*
* — advanced to World Group Qualifying Round
*
*
* — relegated to Group II in 1993
*
* — relegated to Group II in 1993

Group II

;Participating Teams
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
* — promoted to Group I in 1993
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
*
*
*
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
* — relegated to Group III in 1993
* — promoted to Group I in 1993

Group III

;Participating Teams
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
*
*
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
* — promoted to Group II in 1993
* — promoted to Group II in 1993


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