Also know, what is the female equivalent of the Davis Cup?
The women’s equivalent of the Davis Cup is the Fed Cup.
In respect to this, what is the men’s equivalent of tennis Fed Cup?
The men’s equivalent of the Fed Cup is the Davis Cup. Australia, Czech Republic and the United States are the only countries that have held both the Fed Cup and Davis Cup at the same time.
What’s a Davis Cup?
The Davis Cup is the World Cup of tennis. It is the largest annual international team competition in world sport and was founded in 1900 by Dwight Davis. Great Britain are the only nation to have competed in all editions of the tournament and have lifted the trophy ten times, most recently in 2015.
They will consist of eight ties played on a home-and-away basis, all of which will be played as best-of-five matches (four singles followed by doubles). Winning nations will compete in the Billie Jean King Cup Qualifiers the following year. Losing nations will compete in Group I events the following year.
Held at the Queen’s Club, in London, the first contest was between Australia and the United States. Grand Slam champions Darlene Hard, Billie Jean King, Margaret Smith and Lesley Turner all proudly representing their country on court.