Slovakia Fed Cup team

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Slovakia
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Captain Matej Lipták
ITF ranking 7 Steady (Apr 21, 2014)
Highest ITF ranking 1 (Dec 2002[1])
Lowest ITF ranking 17 (Apr 23, 2007[2])
First year 1994
Years played 21
Ties played (W–L) 52 (31–21)
Years in
World Group
9
Titles 1 (2002)
Most total wins Daniela Hantuchová (35–19)
Most singles wins Daniela Hantuchová (30–14)
Most doubles wins Janette Husárová (11–6)
Most ties played Daniela Hantuchová (28)
Most years played Daniela Hantuchová (13)

The Slovakia Fed Cup team represents Slovakia in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Slovak Tennis Association. They currently compete in the World Group.

History[edit]

Slovakia competed in its first Fed Cup in 1994. They won the Cup in 2002, being led by then top ten player Daniela Hantuchová.

Prior to 1992, Slovak players represented Czechoslovakia.

Current team[edit]

Players that were nominated for any Fed Cup tie in the last year:

Source:[3]

Rankings as of: Apr 21, 2014 [4]

Name Born First Last Ties Win/Loss Ranks
Year Tie Sin Dou Tot Sin Dou
Čepelová, JanaJana Čepelová (1993-05-29)May 29, 1993 2011 2014  Canada 4 2–2 2–1 4–3 52 203
Kučová, KristínaKristína Kučová (1990-05-23)May 23, 1990 2008 2014  Canada 2 1–2 0–1 1–3 141 547
Husárová, JanetteJanette Husárová (1974-06-04)June 4, 1974 1994 2014  Canada 22 6–6 11–6 17–12 48
Schmiedlová, Anna KarolínaAnna Karolína Schmiedlová (1994-09-13)September 13, 1994 2012 2014  Canada 2 0–0 1–1 1–1 68 484
Cibulková, DominikaDominika Cibulková (1989-05-06)May 6, 1989 2005 2014  Germany 18 17–9 1–8 18–17 10 148
Hantuchová, DanielaDaniela Hantuchová (1983-04-23)April 23, 1983 1999 2014  Germany 27 30–13 5–5 35–18 32 53
Rybáriková, MagdalénaMagdaléna Rybáriková (1988-10-04)October 4, 1988 2005 2014  Germany 16 7–5 6–4 13–9 38 108

Results[edit]

1994–1999[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
1994 Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin (Group E) 18 April Bad Waltersdorf (AUT)  Lithuania 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin (Group E) 21 April Bad Waltersdorf (AUT)  Greece 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, 1st round 22 April Bad Waltersdorf (AUT)  Greece 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Play-offs 23 April Bad Waltersdorf (AUT)  Georgia 2–1 Won
World Group, 1st round 18 July Frankfurt (GER)  Finland 2–1 Won
World Group, 2nd round 20 July Frankfurt (GER)  Germany 1–2 Lost
1995 World Group II 22–23 April Perth (AUS)  Australia 2–3 Lost
World Group II Play-offs 22–23 July Asunción (PAR)  Paraguay 5–0 Won
1996 World Group II 27–28 April Plovdiv (BUL)  Bulgaria 5–0 Won
World Group Play-offs 13–14 July Bratislava (SVK)  Netherlands 2–3 Lost

2000–2009[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2000 World Group, Round Robin (Group B) 27 April Bratislava (SVK)  Switzerland 1–2 Lost
World Group, Round Robin (Group B) 29 April Bratislava (SVK)  Czech Republic 1–2 Lost
World Group, Round Robin (Group B) 30 April Bratislava (SVK)  Austria 0–2* Lost
2001 World Group Play-offs, 1st round 28–29 April Bratislava (SVK)  Hungary 4–1 Won
World Group Play-offs, Quarterfinal 21–23 July Bratislava (SVK)  Russia 2–3 Lost
2002 World Group, 1st round 27–28 April Bratislava (SVK)  Switzerland 3–2 Won
World Group, Quarterfinal 20–21 July Bratislava (SVK)  France 4–1 Won
World Group, Semifinal 30–31 October Gran Canaria (ESP)  Italy 3–1* Won
World Group, Final 2–3 November Gran Canaria (ESP)  Spain 3–1* Champion
2003 World Group, 1st round 26–27 April Ettenheim (GER)  Germany 3–2 Won
World Group, Quarterfinal 19–20 July Charleroi (BEL)  Belgium 0–5 Lost
2004 World Group, 1st round 24–25 April Sankt Pölten (AUT)  Austria 2–3 Lost
World Group Play-offs 10–11 July Bratislava (SVK)  Belarus 4–0 Won
2005 World Group II 23–24 April Neuchâtel (SUI)  Switzerland 2–3 Lost
World Group II Play-offs 9–10 July Pathum Thani (THA)  Thailand 1–4 Lost
2006 Europe/Africa Zone, Group I (Pool A) 17 April Plovdiv (BUL)  Luxembourg 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Group I (Pool A) 18 April Plovdiv (BUL)  Netherlands 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Group I (Pool A) 19 April Plovdiv (BUL)  Finland 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Promotion Play-off 22 April Plovdiv (BUL)  Great Britain 2–1 Won
World Group II Play-offs 14–15 July Bratislava (SVK)  Thailand 5–0 Won
2007 World Group II 21–22 April Bratislava (SVK)  Czech Republic 0–5 Lost
World Group II Play-offs 14–15 July Košice (SVK)  Serbia 4–1 Won
2008 World Group II 2–3 February Brno (CZE)  Czech Republic 2–3 Lost
World Group II Play-offs 26–27 April Bratislava (SVK)  Uzbekistan 5–0 Won
2009 World Group II 7–8 February Bratislava (SVK)  Belgium 4–1 Won
World Group Play-offs 25–26 April Limoges (FRA)  France 2–3 Lost

2010–2019[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 World Group II 6–7 February Bratislava (SVK)  China 3–2 Won
World Group Play-offs 24–25 April Belgrade (SRB)  Serbia 3–2 Won
2011 World Group, 1st round 5–6 February Bratislava (SVK)  Czech Republic 2–3 Lost
World Group Play-offs 16–17 April Bratislava (SVK)  Serbia 2–3 Lost
2012 World Group II, 1st round 4–5 February Bratislava (SVK)  France 3–2 Won
World Group Play-offs 16–17 April Marbella (ESP)  Spain 3–2 Won
2013 World Group, 1st round 9–10 February Niš (SRB)  Serbia 3–2 Won
World Group, Semifinal 20–21 April Moscow (RUS)  Russia 2–3 Lost
2014 World Group, 1st round 8–9 February Bratislava (SVK)  Germany 1–3 Lost
World Group Play-offs 19–20 April 2014 Quebec City (CAN)  Canada 1–3 Lost
2015 World Group II, 1st round 7–8 February 2015 (NED)  Netherlands


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