Morocco Davis Cup team

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Morocco
Flag of Morocco.svg
CaptainMounir El Aarej
ITF ranking64 Steady
First year1961
Years played44
Ties played (W–L)90 (47–43)
Years in
World Group
3 (0–3)
Most total winsKarim Alami (32–18)
Most singles winsYounes El Aynaoui (26–11)
Most doubles winsKarim Alami (12–9)
Best doubles teamKarim Alami / Hicham Arazi
(6–4)
Most ties playedYounes El Aynaoui (22)
Karim Alami (22)
Most years playedYounes El Aynaoui (14)

The Morocco Davis Cup team represents Morocco in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Royal Moroccan Tennis Federation.

Morocco currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone Group II.

History[edit]

Morocco competed in its first Davis Cup in 1961. As of August 2007, the team has played 70 ties; winning 35 and losing 35.

Morocco competes in the Europe/Africa Zone Group II. They last competed in the World Group in 2004 where they lost 5-0 against Argentina.

Current team (2017)[edit]

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