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Egypt Davis Cup team

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Egypt Davis Cup team

Egypt Davis Cup team
ITF ranking 71 Decrease4
First year 1929
Years played 67
Ties played (W–L) 129 (58 - 71)
Most total wins Karim Maamoun
Most singles wins Karim Maamoun
Most doubles wins Karim Maamoun
Most ties played Karim Maamoun
Most years played Amro Ghoneim

The Egypt Davis Cup team represents Egypt in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Egyptian Tennis Federation.

Egypt currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group III. They reached the semifinals of Group I in 1982 and 1985.


Egypt competed in its first Davis Cup in 1929.

Current Team (2014)

Other Players

  • Karim-M. Maamoun
  • Ramy Kamal Aita
  • Karim Kadry
  • Mina Albert
  • Tarek El Esawy
  • Youssef Hossam
  • Mostafa Mohamed Hatem
  • Amir El-Bayoumy (doubles player)



Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score
2010 Group II Europe/Africa 1st Round 05 Mar-07 Mar Limassol (CYP) Cyprus 2–3
Group II Europe/Africa Relegation Play-off 09 Jul–11 Jul Cairo (EGY) Denmark 0–5


Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score
2000 Cairo (EGY) Slovenia 2–3
Tallinn (EST) Estonia 0–5
2001 Rose Hill (MRI) Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–1
Rose Hill (MRI) Mauritius 3-0
Rose Hill (MRI) Macedonia 2-1
Rose Hill (MRI) Bulgaria 1-2
2002 Asker (NOR) Norway 1–4
Cairo (EGY) Moldova 5–0
2003 Dublin (IRE) Ireland 1–4
La Vella (AND) Andorra 3–2
2004 Sofia (BUL) Bulgaria 0–5
Tbilisi (GEO) Georgia 2–3
2005 Cairo (EGY) Madagascar 3–0
Cairo (EGY) Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0
Cairo (EGY) Lithuania 2–1
Cairo (EGY) Denmark 2–1
Cairo (EGY) Macedonia 1–2
Cairo (EGY) Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0


See also

External links

  • Team page on

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