Definition of Davis Cup
1. Noun. Cup awarded for the annual international team tennis competition.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Davis Cup
Literary usage of Davis Cup
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Book of Athletics by Paul Withington, Lothrop Withington (1914)
"Why and for what reason it has grown so rapidly since is impossible to say, but one of the great factors was the Davis Cup, presented to the ..."
2. Modern Tennis by P. A. Vaile (1917)
"Yet the United States of America have recently lost the Davis Cup, ... Briefly, it may be said that America lost the Davis Cup through lack of form, ..."
3. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1915)
"Je 13 British defeat French in preliminary for Davis cup match. ... Jl 27 Davis cup maten, preliminary round. Australasia defeats Germany с matches to ..."
4. The Complete Lawn Tennis Player by Arthur Wallis Myers (1908)
"CHAPTER XVI THE STORY OF THE Davis Cup (1900-1903) The symbol of international supremacy—Why the first British team failed—Roper Barrett gives his ..."
5. The Tribune Almanac and Political Registerby Horace Greeley by Horace Greeley (1906)
"The final summary of this series was: England beat America by 5 matches to 0, 15 sots to 8, 131 games to 101, thus retaining the Davis Cup for another year. ..."