|Captain||Enrique Pérez Cassarino|
|Ties played (W–L)||86 (42-44)|
|Best finish||WG Play-offs (1990, 1992, 1994)|
|Most total wins||Marcelo Filippini (42-36)|
|Most singles wins||Marcelo Filippini (31-22)|
Diego Pérez (31-23)
|Most doubles wins||Marcel Felder (11-8)|
|Best doubles team||Pablo Cuevas/Marcel Felder (7-1)|
|Most ties played||Marcelo Filippini (33)|
|Most years played||Diego Pérez (16)|
Uruguay had been playing in Group II since being relegated in 1996. In 2007, they won the Americas Zone Group II final against Paraguay without losing a rubber, and now competes in the Americas Zone Group I since 2019.
Uruguay competed in its first Davis Cup in 1931. Their best finish has been reaching the World Group play-offs, in 1990 (losing to Mexico), 1992 (losing to The Netherlands), and 1994 (losing to Austria).