Next tie 4-6 March 2016
Great Britain will host Japan in the 2016 World Group first round – the first meeting between the two nations since 1931.
Last tie 27-29 November 2015
Andy Murray capped a stunning year in country colours to lead Great Britain to its first Davis Cup title in 79 years with a 3-1 victory over Belgium in the Final in Ghent. David Goffin gave the hosts a 1-0 lead after fighting back from 0-2 down to defeat Davis Cup debutant Kyle Edmund in five sets, before Murray struck back for Great Britain with a straight sets win over Ruben Bemelmans. The world No. 2 teamed with brother Jamie to fend of Steve Darcis and Goffin in Saturday’s doubles, and sealed a historic triumph for the visitors on Sunday when he downed Goffin in the fourth rubber to spark rapturous scenes amongst the British team and travelling supporters.
Great Britain has lifted the Davis Cup trophy on 10 occasions. In 2015 it ended a 79-year wait to secure its first triumph in the competition since 1936, when Fred Perry and Bunny Austin were leading the team. Great Britain is the only nation that has participated in all the editions of the Davis Cup from 1900, although it competed under the name British Isles until 1912.
Next Tie04 Mar 2016
World Group - First Round