Bosnia and Herzegovina Fed Cup team

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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Captain Mervana Jugić-Salkić
ITF ranking 52 Decrease8
First year 1997
Years played 17
Ties played (W–L) 68 (37 - 31)
Years in
World Group
0 (0 - 0)
Most total wins Mervana Jugić-Salkić (33-18)
Most singles wins Mervana Jugić-Salkić (25-10)
Most doubles wins Mervana Jugić-Salkić (8-8) & Nadina Šećerbegović (8-1)
Best doubles team Selma Babić & Nadina Šećerbegović (6-1)
Most ties played Mervana Jugić-Salkić (35)
Most years played Mervana Jugić-Salkić (9)

The Bosnia and Herzegovina Fed Cup team represents Bosnia and Herzegovina in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Tennis Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina. They currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group I.

History[edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina competed in its first Fed Cup in 1997. Their best result was reaching Group I in 2002. Prior to 1992, Bosnian players represented Yugoslavia.

Current team[edit]

The following players were called up for the 2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Qualifiers on February 2013.

Player ATP Rank First year played Total Win/Loss Singles Win/Loss Doubles Win/Loss
Anita Husarić 685 2009 2 – 13 2 – 6 0 – 7
Jelena Simić 817 2013 0 – 4 0 – 3 0 – 1
Dea Herdželaš 895 2013 0 – 4 0 – 2 0 – 2
Jasmina Kajtazović - 2011 2 – 2 1 – 0 1 – 2

Recent call-ups[edit]

The following players were part of a team in the last few years.

Player ATP Rank First year played Total Win/Loss Singles Win/Loss Doubles Win/Loss Last year played
Mervana Jugić-Salkić 349 1997 33 – 18 25 – 10 8 – 8 2012
Jasmina Tinjić 247 2011 6 – 4 4 – 2 2 – 2 2012

WTA Rankings on 26 August 2013

Results and schedule[edit]

1997-1999[edit]

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
1997 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 5 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Norway 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 6 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Turkey 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 7 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Portugal 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 8 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Ethiopia 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 9 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  San Marino 3 – 0 Won
1998 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group D 5 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Ireland 2 – 1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group D 6 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Georgia 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group D 7 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Estonia 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group D 8 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Iceland 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group D 9 May Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Moldova 1 – 2 Lost
1999 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 26 April Clay Murcia, Spain  Botswana 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 27 April Clay Murcia, Spain  Egypt 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 28 April Clay Murcia, Spain  Madagascar 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 30 April Clay Murcia, Spain  Hungary 0 – 3 Lost

2000-2009[edit]

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
2000 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 28 March Clay Estoril, Portugal  Iceland 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 29 March Clay Estoril, Portugal  Tunisia 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 30 March Clay Estoril, Portugal  Botswana 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 31 March Clay Estoril, Portugal  Denmark 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 1 April Clay Estoril, Portugal  Liechtenstein 1 – 0 Won
2001 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 14 May Clay Antalya, Turkey  Egypt 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 15 May Clay Antalya, Turkey  Lesotho 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 16 May Clay Antalya, Turkey  Kenya 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 17 May Clay Antalya, Turkey  Armenia 3 – 0 Promoted
2002 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 24 April Clay Antalya, Turkey  Netherlands 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 25 April Clay Antalya, Turkey  Israel 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 26 April Clay Antalya, Turkey  Romania 0 – 3 Relegated
2003 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 28 April Clay Estoril, Portugal  Botswana 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 30 April Clay Estoril, Portugal  Finland 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group C 1 May Clay Estoril, Portugal  Egypt 1 – 2 Relegated
2004 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 27 April Hard Marsa, Malta  Algeria 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 28 April Hard Marsa, Malta  Norway 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 29 April Hard Marsa, Malta  Namibia 2 – 1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 30 April Hard Marsa, Malta  Kenya 3 – 0 Won
2005 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group C 28 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Cyprus 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group C 29 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Namibia 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III First round 30 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Portugal 1 – 2 Lost
2006 Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 26 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Liechtenstein 2 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 26 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Azerbaijan 2 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 27 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Botswana 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 28 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Namibia 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III Group B 29 April Clay Manavgat, Turkey  Egypt 2 – 0 Promoted
2007 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 18 April Hard Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius  Norway 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 18 April Hard Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius  Portugal 0 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 19 April Hard Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius  Georgia 0 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Relegation play-offs 20 April Hard Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius  Finland 2 – 0 Won
2008 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 30 January Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Turkey 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group A 1 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  South Africa 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Promotion play-offs 2 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Lithuania 2 – 0 Promoted
2009 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 4 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Sweden 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 5 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Romania 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 6 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Poland 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Relegation play-offs 7 February Hard Tallinn, Estonia  Bulgaria 2 – 1 Won

2010-[edit]

Year Competition Date Surface Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group D 3 February Hard Lisbon, Portugal  Great Britain 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group D 4 February Hard Lisbon, Portugal  Belarus 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group D 5 February Hard Lisbon, Portugal  Austria 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Relegation play-offs 6 February Hard Lisbon, Portugal  Latvia 0 – 3 Relegated
2011 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 4 May Clay Cairo, Egypt  Turkey 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 5 May Clay Cairo, Egypt  Georgia 2 – 1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 6 May Clay Cairo, Egypt  Armenia 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Promotion play-offs 7 May Clay Cairo, Egypt  Finland 2 – 1 Promoted
2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 1 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Sweden 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 2 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Greece 3 – 0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 3 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Hungary 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I First round 4 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Croatia 0 – 2 Lost
2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 7 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Great Britain 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 8 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Hungary 0 – 3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Group B 9 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Portugal 1 – 2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Relegation play-offs 10 February Hard Eilat, Israel  Luxembourg 0 – 2 Relegated
2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 16 April Hard Šiauliai, Lithuania  South Africa 2 – 1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II Group B 17 April Hard Šiauliai, Lithuania  Egypt

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