Brazil Fed Cup team

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Brazil Fed Cup Team
Flag of Brazil.svg
Nickname A verde-amarela
Captain Carlos-Jose Alves
ITF ranking 32 Increase1
Colors yellow & blue
First year 1965
Years played 36
Ties played (W–L) 128 (66 - 62)
Years in
World Group
4 (5 - 11)
Best finish Quarterfinalist 1965, 1982
Most total wins Patricia Medrado (30 - 29)
Most singles wins Patricia Medrado (18 - 19)
Most doubles wins Joana Cortez (16 - 5)
Best doubles team Joana Cortez & Vanessa Menga (8-0)
Most ties played Patricia Medrado (39)
Most years played Patricia Medrado (13)

The Brazil Fed Cup team represents Brazil in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Brazilian Tennis Confederation. They currently compete in the Americas Zone of Group I.

History[edit]

Brazil competed in its first Fed Cup in 1965. Their best result was reaching the quarterfinals in 1982.

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