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San Marino Davis Cup team

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San Marino Davis Cup team

San Marino
Captain Domenico Vicini
ITF ranking 119 Decrease2
First year 1993
Years played 19
Ties played (W–L) 88 (33–55)
Most total wins Domenico Vicini (57)
Most singles wins Domenico Vicini (44)
Most doubles wins Christian Rosti (14)
Best doubles team Domenico Vicini &
Christian Rosti (6)
Most ties played Domenico Vicini (84)
Most years played Domenico Vicini (18)

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

San Marino currently compete in the Group III of Europe Zone and has never been promoted to the second group.

As of 2014, Domenico Vicini holds the all-time record for the number of Davis Cup rubbers played, at 140.[1]


San Marino competed in its first Davis Cup in 1993.

Current Team (2013)

  • Diego Zonzini (amateur player)
  • Marco De Rossi (junior player)
  • Pietro Grassi (junior player)
  • Domenico Vicini (captain)


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See also

External links

  • Team page on

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