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Players Representing More Than
One Nation
The following players have appeared in Davis Cup for more than one nation. Player records will contain the combined
number of appearances, wins and losses for both nations, while nation records will contain the number of appearances,
wins and losses for the nation in question only.
Player First Nation Second Nation
John Antonas Caribbean/West Indies 1974-82 *Bahamas 1989
Adam Baworowski Austria 1933-37 Poland 1939
Goran Bosalevski Macedonia, FYR 1999 Hong Kong, China 2008
Douglas Burke Caribbean/West Indies 1987 *Jamaica 1988-95
Adrian Clarke Caribbean/West Indies 1982-84 *Barbados 1990
Aleksandr Dolgopolov Soviet Union 1987 Ukraine 1993
Colin Dowdeswell Rhodesia 1976 Great Britain 1984-86
Kane Easter Eastern Caribbean 1996 **St Lucia 1998-2004
Mark Ferreira India 1989 Hong Kong, China 1997
Vladimir Gabrichidze USSR/CIS 1990-92 Georgia 1995-2002
Karl Hale Caribbean/West Indies 1984-86 *Jamaica 1988-2004
Asif Ismail India 1994 Hong Kong, China 2003-04
Goran Ivanisevic Yugoslavia 1988-91 Croatia 1993-2005
Glynn James Eastern Caribbean 1994-2004 St Lucia 1998
Aleksandar Kitinov Yugoslavia 1992 Macedonia, FYR 1995
Jorge Lemann Switzerland 1962 Brazil 1973
Vernon Lewis Eastern Caribbean 1991-97 **St Lucia 1998-2006
Bing-Chao Lin Indonesia 1991-94 Chinese Taipei 1998-2000
Ling Lu China, PR 1998 Hong Kong, China 2003
John Maginley Caribbean/West Indies 1986 *Eastern Caribbean 1991-95,
**Antigua 1997
Roderich Menzel Czechoslovakia 1928-38 Germany 1939
Hitesh Morriswala Pacific Oceania 1996 ***Fiji 1999-2000
Libor Pimek Czechoslovakia 1983-85 Belgium 1991-98
Dimitri Poliakov USSR 1990-91 Ukraine 1993-98
Goran Prpic Yugoslavia 1983-91 Croatia 1993
Hans Redl Austria 1937-55 Germany 1938
Mohamed-Khaliq Siddiq Pakistan 1993-99 Kuwait 2003-08
Henri Sinson Eastern Caribbean 1995-96 **St Lucia 1998
Roger Smith Caribbean/West Indies 1985-87 *Bahamas 1989-2000
Jimmy Tasker Caribbean/West Indies 1984 *Barbados 1990
Sanjeev Tikaram Pacific Oceania 1995-98 ***Fiji 1999-2001
Georg Von Metaxa Austria 1933-37 Germany 1938-39
Boran Vujic Yugoslavia 1995-97 Bosnia-Herzegovina 2004-06
Tony Wilding Australasia 1905-09 ****New Zealand 1914
Jerry Williams Eastern Caribbean 1991 **Antigua 1996-2001
* Bahamas, Barbados, Eastern Caribbean and Jamaica previously competed as part of Caribbean/West Indies.
** Antigua and St Lucia competed as part of Eastern Caribbean until 1995 and 1997 respectively.
*** Fiji competed as part of Pacific Oceania until 1998, then in its own right until 2001, although it has subsequently rejoined Pacific Oceania.
**** New Zealand competed with Australia as combined Australasia team 1905-13.
Note:in certain cases, when a country ceases to exist and is replaced by a new nation or nations, one of those new nations generally assumes
the records of the old nation. In this case players are assumed to have continued to represent the same nation e.g. Boris Becker played for both
West Germany and Germany during his Davis Cup career but this counts as representing just one nation given that Germany assumed West
Germany’s records upon reunification in 1989.
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