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Estonia Davis Cup team

Estonia
Captain Peeter Lamp
ITF ranking 67 Decrease5
First year 1935
Years played 22
Ties played (W–L) 75 (43–32)
Best finish Europa/Africa Zone Group II
Quarterfinal (2010, 2011,
2012)
Most total wins Mait Künnap (30)
Most singles wins Rene Busch (19)
Most doubles wins Mait Künnap (21)
Best doubles team Mait Künnap &
Jürgen Zopp (7)
Most ties played Mait Künnap (37)
Most years played Mait Künnap (12)

The Estonia Davis Cup team represents Estonia in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Estonian Tennis Association.

Estonia currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group III after being relegated in 2013.

Current Team (2013)

  • Vladimir Ivanov
  • Markus Kerner (doubles player)
  • Mikk Irdoja (amateur player)
  • Anton Pavlov

Other Players

  • Jürgen Zopp
  • Danil Proskura
  • Kert Kilumets
  • Morten Ritslaid (doubles player)

History

Estonia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1935, but competed in only one time before 1993. From 1945 to 1992, Estonian players represented the Soviet Union.

See also

External links

  • Team page on DavisCup.com


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