Egypt Davis Cup Team
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Egypt Davis Cup Team
Egypt Davis Cup team
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ITF ranking59 Steady (6 December 2021)
First year1929
Years played77
Ties played (W-L)159 (79-80)
Most total winsKarim Maamoun (30-31)
Most singles winsMohamed Safwat (22-12)
Most doubles winsSherif Sabry (13-11)
Best doubles teamAly El Dawoudi & Ismail El Shafei (5-3)
Karim Maamoun & Mohamed Maamoun (5-6)
Most ties playedKarim Maamoun & Sherif Sabry 31
Most years playedAmro Ghoneim & Sherif Sabry 13

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The Egypt men's national tennis 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 II. They reached the semifinals of Group I in 1982 and 1985.


Egypt competed in its first Davis Cup in 1929.

Current team (2014)



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


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


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