Austria Davis Cup Team
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Austria Davis Cup Team
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CaptainStefan Koubek
ITF ranking16 Steady (6 December 2021)
ColorsRed & White
First year1905
Years played86
Ties played (W-L)161 (77-84)
Years in
World Group
19 (6-18)
Best finishSemifinal (1990)
Most total winsThomas Muster (45-18)
Most singles winsThomas Muster (36-8)
Most doubles winsJürgen Melzer (15-12)
Best doubles teamThomas Muster /
Alex Antonitsch (9-7)
Most ties playedJürgen Melzer (38)
Most years playedJürgen Melzer (22)

The Austria Davis Cup team represents Austria in the Davis Cup and is governed by Tennis Austria. In 2010 Austria was re-promoted to the World Group after being relegated to the Europa/Africa Zone Group I only one year earlier. In 2012, Austria advanced to the World Group quarterfinals for the first time since 1995, eventually losing against Spain.


Austria competed in its first Davis Cup in 1905.

The Austrian team achieved their best Davis Cup result in 1990, when they were on the brink of reaching the final, playing their semi final against the USA on clay in Vienna, with a team consisting of Thomas Muster, Horst Skoff and Alex Antonitsch. After Muster had won his singles rubbers against Michael Chang and Andre Agassi, the standing in the tie was 2:2. Skoff and Chang met each other in the decisive fifth rubber, with Skoff taking a 2 set lead, and trying to close out the third set as the daylight faded. Skoff failed to do this and Chang took the third set, with the match then postponed until the next day, with Skoff leading 2 sets to 1 overnight. Skoff needed to win 1 more set to send Austria into the final, but the final 2 sets were both won by Chang, so Austria went out and the USA reached the final.

Current squad

* Win-loss records are as of 29 November and rankings are as of 22 November 2021.

Recent performances

Here is the list of all match-ups since 1981, when the competition started being held in the current World Group format.





Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 5-7 Mar Bad Gleichenberg (AUT)  Slovakia 3-2 Win
World Group Play-offs 16-19 Sep Tel Aviv (ISR)  Israel 3-2 Win
2011 World Group, 1st round 4-6 Mar Vienna (AUT)  France 2-3 Loss
World Group Play-offs 16-18 Sep Antwerp (BEL)  Belgium 4-1 Win
2012 World Group, 1st round 10-12 Feb Wiener Neustadt (AUT)  Russia 3-2 Win
World Group, Quarterfinals 6-8 Apr Oropesa del Mar (ESP)  Spain 1-4 Loss
2013 World Group, 1st round 1-3 Feb Astana (KAZ)  Kazakhstan 1-3 Loss
World Group Play-offs 13-15 Sep Groningen (NED)  Netherlands 0-5 Loss
2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 4-6 Apr Bratislava (SVK)  Slovakia 1-4 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round play-offs 12-14 Sep Valmiera (LAT)  Latvia 4-1 Win
2015 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round 6-8 Mar Örebro (SWE)  Sweden 3-2 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 17-19 Jul Kitzbühel (AUT)  Netherlands 2-3 Loss
2016 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round 4-6 Mar Guimarães (POR)  Portugal 4-1 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 15-17 Jul Kyiv (UKR)  Ukraine 2-3 Loss
2017 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 7-9 Apr Minsk (BLR)  Belarus 1-3 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round play-offs 15-17 Sep Wels (AUT)  Romania 4-1 Win
2018 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 1st round 2-3 Feb Sankt Pölten (AUT)  Belarus 5-0 Win
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, 2nd round 6-7 Apr Moscow (RUS)  Russia 3-1 Win
World Group Play-offs 14-16 Sep Graz (AUT)  Australia 3-1 Win
2019 Qualifying Round 1-2 Feb Salzburg (AUT)  Chile 2-3 Loss
Europe/Africa Zone Group I 13-14 Sep Espoo (FIN)  Finland 3-2 Win


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