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2015 Fed Cup

2015 Fed Cup
Details
Duration 7 February – 15 November
Edition 53rd
Achievements (singles)
2014
2016

The 2015 Fed Cup (also known as the 2015 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas for sponsorship purposes) is the 53rd edition of the most important tournament between national teams in women's tennis. The final will take place on 14–15 November.

Contents

  • World Group 1
    • Seeds 1.1
    • Draw 1.2
    • Final 1.3
      • Czech Republic vs Russia 1.3.1
  • World Group Play-offs 2
  • World Group II 3
    • Seeds 3.1
  • World Group II Play-offs 4
  • Americas Zone 5
    • Group I 5.1
      • Play-offs 5.1.1
    • Group II 5.2
      • Play-offs 5.2.1
  • Asia/Oceania Zone 6
    • Group I 6.1
      • Play-offs 6.1.1
    • Group II 6.2
      • Play-offs 6.2.1
  • Europe/Africa Zone 7
    • Group I 7.1
      • Pool A 7.1.1
      • Pool B 7.1.2
      • Pool C 7.1.3
      • Pool D 7.1.4
      • Play-offs 7.1.5
    • Group II 7.2
      • Play-offs 7.2.1
    • Group III 7.3
      • Pool A 7.3.1
      • Pool B 7.3.2
      • Pool C 7.3.3
      • Pool D 7.3.4
      • Play-offs 7.3.5
  • External links 8

World Group

Participating teams

Australia

Canada

Czech Republic

Germany

France

Italy

Poland

Russia

Seeds

  1.  Czech Republic
  2.  Germany (Semifinals)
  3.  Italy (First round)
  4.  Russia

Draw

  1st Round
7–8 February
Semifinals
18–19 April
Final
14–15 November
                           
  Quebec City, Canada (indoor hard)
  1   Czech Republic 4  
    Canada 0     Ostrava, Czech Republic (indoor hard)
    1   Czech Republic 3  
Genoa, Italy (indoor clay)     France 1  
    France 3
  3   Italy 2     Prague, Czech Republic
    1   Czech Republic
  Kraków, Poland (indoor hard)     4   Russia
  4   Russia 4  
    Poland 0     Sochi, Russia (indoor clay)
    4   Russia 3
Stuttgart, Germany (indoor hard)   2   Germany 2  
    Australia 1
  2   Germany 4  

Final

Czech Republic vs Russia


Czech Republic
O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
14–15 November 2015
Novacrylic ultracushion hard (indoors)

Russia
1 2 3
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2
         
3
         
4
         
5
         

World Group Play-offs

The four losing teams in the World Group first round ties, and four winners of the World Group II ties entered the draw for the World Group Play-offs. Four seeded teams, based on the latest Fed Cup ranking, were drawn against four unseeded teams.

Date: 18–19 April
Venue Surface Home Team Score Visiting team
Brindisi, Italy Clay  Italy (1) 3–2  United States
's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Clay (i)  Netherlands 4–1  Australia (2)
Zielona Góra, Poland Hard (i)  Poland (3) 2–3   Switzerland
Montreal, Canada Hard (i)  Canada (4) 2–3  Romania

 Italy remained in the World Group in 2016.
 Netherlands,  Romania, and   Switzerland were promoted to the World Group in 2016.
 United States remained in World Group II in 2016.
 Australia,  Canada, and  Poland were relegated to World Group II in 2016.

World Group II

The World Group II is the second highest level of Fed Cup competition in 2015. Winners will advance to the World Group Play-offs, and losers will play in the World Group II Play-offs.

Seeds

  1.  Slovakia (World Group II Play-off)
  2.  Argentina (World Group II Play-off)
  3.  Spain (World Group II Play-off)
  4.   Switzerland (World Group Play-off)
Date: 7–8 February
Venue Surface Home Team Score Visiting Team
Apeldoorn, Netherlands Clay (i)  Netherlands 4–1  Slovakia (1)
Galați, Romania Hard (i)  Romania 3–2  Spain (3)
Helsingborg, Sweden Hard (i)  Sweden 1–3   Switzerland (4)
Buenos Aires, Argentina Clay  Argentina (2) 1–4  United States

World Group II Play-offs

The four losing teams from World Group II played off against qualifiers from Zonal Group I. Two teams qualified from Europe/Africa Zone, one team from the Asia/Oceania Zone, and one team from the Americas Zone.

Date: 18–19 April
Venue Surface Home Team Score Visiting Team
Novi Sad, Serbia Hard (i)  Serbia (1) 4–1  Paraguay
Bratislava, Slovakia Clay (i)  Slovakia (2) 4–0  Sweden
Tokyo, Japan Hard (i)  Japan (3) 2–3  Belarus
Buenos Aires, Argentina Clay  Argentina 0–4  Spain (4)

 Slovakia and  Spain remained in World Group II in 2016.
 Belarus and  Serbia were promoted to World Group II in 2016.
 Japan and  Paraguay remained in Zonal Group I in 2016.
 Argentina and  Sweden were relegated to Zonal Group I in 2016.

Americas Zone

Group I

Venue: La Loma Sports Centre, San Luis Potosí, Mexico (outdoor hard)

Dates: 4–7 February

Participating teams

Play-offs

Group II

Venue: Centro Nacional de Tenis, Santo Domingo Este, Dominican Republic (outdoor hard)
Dates: 24–27 June

Participating teams

Play-offs

  •  Ecuador and  Peru were promoted to Americas Zone Group I in 2016.

Asia/Oceania Zone

Group I

Venue: Guangdong Olympic Tennis Centre, Guangzhou, China (outdoor hard)

Dates: 4–7 February

Participating teams

Play-offs

Group II

Venue: SAAP Tennis Complex, Hyderabad, India (outdoor hard)

Dates: 14–18 April

Participating teams

Play-offs

  •  India was promoted to Asia/Oceania Zone Group I in 2016.

Europe/Africa Zone

Group I

Venue: Syma Sport and Events Centre, Budapest, Hungary (indoor hard)

Dates: 4–7 February

Participating teams

Play-offs

Group II

Venue: Tere Tenniscentre, Tallinn, Estonia (indoor hard)

Dates: 4–7 February

Participating teams

Play-offs

Group III

Venue: Bellevue, Ulcinj, Montenegro (outdoor clay)

Dates: 13–18 April

Participating teams

Play-offs

  •  Lithuania and  Denmark were promoted to Europe/Africa Zone Group II in 2016

External links

  • fedcup.com
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