Rafael Nadal’s Davis Cup Record. World No.1 Rafael Nadal led his Spain to their 6th Davis Cup victory today at home in Madrid. The 19-time Grand Slam champion has now won 5 Davis Cup titles and he is the best Davis Cup player of his era and maybe the best all-time.
Rafael Nadal has had another great year 2019, winning two Grand Slams (Paris and New York), 2 Masters 1000 and now his 5th Davis Cup title. Nadal went through the week without losing a match and now has the third longest winning streak in Davis Cup singles. In today’s final between Spain and Canada, Roberto Bautista Agut gave Spain the lead with a 2-0 win against 19-year old Felix Auger Aliassime. Nadal closed out the match with a 2-0 win against 20-year old Denis Shapovalov and secured his 5th Davis Cup trophy.
The Spanish mega star has now won 32 consecutive singles and doubles rubbers combined. No one has won more matches in a row than him. In this special list, Nadal just overcame Wayne Ferreira, a former South African player who cracked top 10 rankings in both singles and doubles in the 90s
Rafael Nadal’s Davis Cup Record
Singles win/loss – 29/1
Doubles win/loss – 8/4
Singles streak – 29 (third all-time behind Baghdatis 36 and Borg 33)
Match streak combined – 32 (best all-time)
5 Davis Cup titles (2004, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2019)
NADAL’s Matches DAVIS CUP finals 2019
RAFAEL NADAL vs DENIS SHAPOVALOV 6-3, 7-6
RAFAEL NADAL vs DANIEL EVANS 6-4, 6-0
RAFAEL NADAL vs DIEGO SCHWARTZMAN 6-1, 6-2
RAFAEL NADAL vs BORNA GOJO 6-4, 6-3
RAFAEL NADAL vs KAREN KHACHANOV 6-3, 7-6
Rafa Nadal went through the Davis Cup finals week without losing his serve.
More Nadal Stats
With 19 Grand Slam titles (one behind all-time leader Roger Federer), 35 Masters 1000 titles (No.1 all-time), 12 French Open, 4 US Open, 2 Wimbledon, 1 Australian Open, 27 Grand Slam finals, at least 5 finals of each slam and 5 Davis Cup titles Nadal is ahead of the rest of the “big three”. Nadal also have one Olympic gold in singles and one in doubles. This year he ends the year as number one for the 5th time. Federer and Djokovic also has 5 year-end number one finishes. Next week marks Nadal’s 200th ranked number one (6th best all-time)