The United States has won more Davis Cup titles than any other country in the 120-year history of the competition. And that’s something the team, led by former world top-10 player Mardy Fish, are also well aware of. To take the Davis Cup title in 2020 they will need to first make it to the quarter-finals by getting past Italy and Colombia in a formidable Group E.
- After chasing the title relentlessly since their victory in 1995, in 2007 the United States won the Davis Cup again with a team led by world number one Andy Roddick and the Bryan brothers.
- They have since reached the semi-finals three times, most recently in 2018.
- In the 2019 Davis Cup Finals they were knocked out in the group stage and failed to make it to the quarter-finals.
- Captain Mardy Fish has the luxury of choice with eight players in the top 100. In addition to veterans like John Isner, who at 34 years is still near the top 20, others like Sam Querrey and Steve Johnson have been added, and a new generation has emerged with Taylor Fritz and Reilly Opelka at the helm.
- The legendary doubles team, Bob and Mike Bryan, competed in the 2020 Qualifiers, helping the United States to victory over Uzbekistan. They said at the time that they would be retiring from competition. Will they keep their promise? Maybe there's still a chance we'll see them again in the Finals.