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1926 International Lawn Tennis Challenge

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1926 International Lawn Tennis Challenge

The 1926 International Lawn Tennis Challenge was the 21st edition of what is now known as the Davis Cup. 19 teams would enter the Europe Zone, while 5 would enter the America Zone.

France defeated Japan in the Inter-Zonal play-off, but would fall to the United States in a rematch of 1925's Challenge Round. The final was played at the Germantown Cricket Club in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States on 9–11 September.[5][10]

America Zone

Draw

First round

Semifinals

Final

Europe Zone

Draw

First Round
27 April-9 May
Rome, Italy (clay)
 ' 5
  0
Noordwijk, Netherlands (clay)
  Netherlands 3
  Belgium 2
Sutton Coldfield, England (clay)
  South Africa 4
  Portugal 1


First round

Second round

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Final

Inter-Zonal Zone

Challenge Round

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Davis Cup Official Website
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