- Prior to the re-formatting of the competition in 2019, Canada competed in the elite 16-team World Group for seven straight years (since 2012), the longest stretch in its history.
- Its best-ever result is reaching the World Group semifinals in 2013 with victories over Spain and Italy in the first round and quarter-finals before falling to Serbia. The team also reached the quarter-finals in 2015.
- Canada first participated in Davis Cup in 1913 and made the semifinals that same year.
- Daniel Nestor is Canada’s winningest and longest-serving Davis Cup team member, with 26 years and 53 ties played, posting 48 total wins (33 doubles and 15 singles).
About the Team:
Canada’s team for each Davis Cup tie is selected by the team captain. Frank Dancevic became Canada’s Davis Cup captain at the end of 2017, replacing the longstanding Martin Laurendeau who had skipped the squad since 2004. Teams are announced at least 10 days prior to the start of a tie and the captain can select up to five players, including himself as a playing captain if he so chose. Over the past few years, many players have represented Canada in Davis Cup, including: Philip Bester, Frank Dancevic, Daniel Nestor, Filip Peliwo, Peter Polansky, Vasek Pospisil, Milos Raonic, Brayden Schnur, Adil Shamasdin, Denis Shapovalov and Félix Auger-Aliassime.