Spain vs. Switzerland in Men’s Tennis since 1992

Does the Federer-Nadal rivarly go deeper than just two men?  Probably not, but because Stan Wawrinka said he was tired of answering questions about Roger Federer I got to thinking about their two home countries in the past 25 years of men’s tennis.

Let’s Look Deeper

Grand Slam Singles Titles:

Switzerland 22 – Spain 20

Federer 19 & Wawrinka 3 > Nadal 15, Bruguera 2, Ferrero 1, Moya 1, and Costa 1

Olympic Medals Men’s Singles:

Spain 3 – Switzerland 2

Nadal Gold 2008 vs. Rosset Gold 1992 – Tie

Aresse Silver 1992 & Bruguera Silver 1996 > Federer Silver 2012

Olympic Medals Men’s Doubles:

Spain 2 – Switzerland 1

Nadal/Lopez Gold 2016 vs. Wawrinka/Federer Gold 2008 – Tie

Corretja and Costa Bronze 2000 – Adv. Spain

Davis Cup Titles:

Spain 4 – Switzerland 1

Spain’s Titles in 2000, 2004, 2008, & 2009 > Switzerland’s Title in 2014

World Tour Finals:

Switzerland 6 – Spain 1

Federer’s 6 season ending Titles > Corretja’s Title to close out 1998

Masters 1000 Shields:

Spain 44 – Switzerland 27

Bruguera through Nadal have done really well in these events

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