The 1964 Davis Cup was the 53rd edition of the most important tournament between national teams in men's tennis. 48 teams would enter the competition, 32 in the Europe Zone, 9 in the Eastern Zone, and 7 in the Americas Zone.
Australia defeated Chile in the Americas Zone final, the Philippines defeated India in the Eastern Zone final, and Sweden defeated France in the Europe Zone final. In the Inter-Zonal Zone, Sweden defeated the Philippines, and then Australia defeated Sweden. Australia then defeated defending champions the United States in the Challenge Round. The final was played at the Harold Clark Courts in Cleveland, OH, United States on 25-28 September.
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