Yugoslavia Davis Cup Team
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Yugoslavia Davis Cup Team
Yugoslavia
Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg
First year1927
Years played69
Ties played (W-L)152 (85-67)
Years in
World Group
9 (7-9)
Most total winsJosip Palada (42-32)
Franjo Pun?ec (42-20)
Most singles winsFranjo Pun?ec (33-12)
Most doubles winsDragutin Miti? (13-14)
Best doubles teamBoro Jovanovi? and Niki Pili? (7-8)
Most ties playedJosip Palada (37)
Most years playedBoro Jovanovi? and Josip Palada (15)

Found Nickname,

The Yugoslavia men's national tennis team competed from 1927 to 2003 and represented the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (up to 1929 known as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes) from 1927 to 1939, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (up to 1963 the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia) from 1946 to 1992, and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1995 to 2003. It was organised by the Yugoslav Tennis Association. Following the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, separate teams were created for the new nations which split apart from Yugoslavia:

A team representing the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia returned to competing again from 1995. From 2003 this country was renamed Serbia and Montenegro and the Davis Cup team was renamed to reflect the same from 2004, bringing to an end Yugoslav participation in the Davis Cup. Following further splits in 2006, several new teams were created for the relevant constituent parts:

For history and records of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (consisting of only Montenegro and of Serbia) and the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, see Serbia and Montenegro Davis Cup team.

In 1952, Dragutin Miti? and Milan Branovi?, with 29 ties and 4 ties respectively, defected from the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia.[1]

Players

Win-loss record

Player Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L Ties played Debut Years played
?eljko Franulovi? 32-27 23-15 9-12 22 1967 12
Boro Jovanovi? 29-36 18-22 11-14 25 1959 15
Franjo Kukuljevi? 11-21 5-9 6-12 18 1930 10
Dragutin Miti? 41-29 28-15 13-14 29 1936 10
Josip Palada 42-32 31-21 11-11 37 1933 15
Ilija Panajotovi? 5-15 3-12 2-3 11 1953 8
Nikola Pili? 38-24 27-12 11-12 23 1961 11
Franjo Pun?ec 42-20 33-12 9-8 26 1933 8
Slobodan ?ivojinovi? 36-26 24-15 12-11 24 1981 12

Results

Kingdom of Yugoslavia

  • 1927 - Europe zone, 2nd round (bye, losing to India 0-3)
  • 1928 - Europe zone, 1st round (losing to Finland 1-4)
  • 1929 - Europe zone, 1st round (losing to Greece 1-4)
  • 1930 - Europe zone, 2nd round (beating Sweden 5-0, losing to Spain 0-5)
  • 1931 - Europe zone, 2nd round (bye, losing to Japan 0-5)
  • 1932 - Europe zone, 2nd round (bye, losing to Denmark 1-4)

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