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Macedonia Davis Cup team

FYR Macedonia
Captain Dejan Marinkovikj
ITF ranking 82 Steady
Colors Red and white
First year 1995
Years played 19
Ties played (W–L) 69 (38–31)
Best finish Europe/Africa Zone Group I
Quarterfinal (2008)
Most total wins Predrag Rusevski (47–31)
Most singles wins Predrag Rusevski (23–19)
Most doubles wins Predrag Rusevski (24–12)
Best doubles team Lazar Magdincev /
Predrag Rusevski (11–5)
Most ties played Predrag Rusevski (43)
Most years played Predrag Rusevski (14)

The Macedonia Davis Cup team represents the Republic of Macedonia in Davis Cup tennis competitions. It is governed by the Macedonian Tennis Federation and is currently ranked 63rd in the world.[1] Its official appellation as used by the International Tennis Federation is "FYR Macedonia".

Macedonia currently competes in the third group of Europe Zone.

Current Team (2013)

  • Shendrit Deari
  • Stefan Mikov
  • David Micevski (junior player)
  • Predrag Rusevski (amateur player)

Other Players

  • Dimitar Grabul
  • Tomislav Jotovski
  • Andrej Jovičić

History

Macedonia competed in its first Davis Cup in 1995. Macedonian players previously represented Yugoslavia.

See also

References

  1. ^ Davis Cup

External links

  • Team page on DavisCup.com


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