Kenya Davis Cup team

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The Kenya Davis Cup team represents Kenya in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Kenya Lawn Tennis Association.

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Kenya currently compete in Africa Zone Group III.

History

Kenya competed in its first Davis Cup in 1975. Their best result was reaching the Euro/African Zone semifinals in 1992, one match shy of the World Group Play-offs.

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