|Duration||30 April – 29 December|
|Winning Nation||United States|
The 1954 Davis Cup was the 43rd edition of the Davis Cup, the most important tournament between national teams in men's tennis. 23 teams entered the Europe Zone and 7 teams entered the America Zone. The Eastern Zone was abandoned for this year and India, the sole competing country, was moved to the Europe Zone.
The United States defeated Mexico in the America Zone final, and Sweden defeated France in the Europe Zone final. The United States defeated Sweden in the Inter-Zonal Final, and then defeated the defending champions Australia in the Challenge Round, ending Australia's four-year championship run. The final was played at White City Stadium in Sydney, Australia on 27–29 December.
31 July–22 August
|bye||St. Petersburg, FL, United States (grass)|
|Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (clay)||United States||5|
|Caribbean/West Indies||0||Mexico City, Mexico (clay)|
|Mexico City, Mexico (clay)||Mexico||1|
|Japan||2||��||Mexico City, Mexico (clay)|
|Toronto, Canada (grass)||Canada||1|
Mexico vs. United States
|Centro Deportivo Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico
1–3 October 1954
30 April–8 May
France vs. Sweden
|Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France
24–26 July 1954
United States vs. Sweden
|Milton Courts, Brisbane, Australia
16–18 December 1954
Australia vs. United States
|White City Stadium, Sydney, Australia
27–29 December 1954
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