1993 Federation Cup (tennis)

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The 1993 Federation Cup was the 31st edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. Spain defeated Australia in the final, giving Spain their 2nd title. This was Australia's first final since 1984.

Qualifying Rounds[edit]

  • Nations in bold qualified for the World Group.

Americas Zone[edit]

Venue: Palmas del Mar, Humacao, Puerto Rico (outdoor hard)

Dates: April 19–24

Participating Teams

Asia/Oceania Zone[edit]

Venue: National Tennis Centre, Colombo, Sri Lanka (outdoor clay)

Dates: May 4–5

Participating Teams

Europe/Africa Zone[edit]

Venue: City of Nottingham Tennis Centre, Nottingham, England (outdoor hard)

Dates: May 10–15

Participating Teams

World Group[edit]

Venue: Waldstadion T.C., Frankfurt, Germany (outdoor clay)

Dates: July 19–25

Participating Teams

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Great Britain

Indonesia

Israel

Italy

Japan

Latvia

Netherlands

New Zealand

Peru

Poland

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United States

Uruguay

Draw[edit]

  First Round
19–20 July
Second Round
21 July
Quarterfinals
22–23 July
Semifinals
24 July
Final
25 July
                                               
   Germany 1  
   Australia 2  
     Australia 3  
       Denmark 0  
   Austria 1
   Denmark 2  
     Australia 3  
     Finland 0  
Q  Chile 0  
   Finland 3  
     Finland 2
       Japan 1  
Q  Colombia 0
   Japan 3  
     Australia 2  
     Argentina 1  
   Argentina 3  
Q  New Zealand 0  
     Argentina 2
       Bulgaria 1  
   South Korea 1
   Bulgaria 2  
     Argentina 2
     United States 1  
Q  China 2  
Q  Peru 1  
  Q  China 1
       United States 2  
    Switzerland 0
   United States 3  
     Australia 0
     Spain 3
   Czech Republic 2  
   South Africa 1  
     Czech Republic 2  
       Italy 1  
   Italy 3
Q  Israel 0  
     Czech Republic 0  
     France 3  
   Sweden 3  
Q  Uruguay 0  
     Sweden 0
       France 3  
   Canada 1
   France 2  
     France 1
     Spain 2  
   Netherlands 3  
Q  Croatia 0  
     Netherlands 3
    Q  Latvia 0  
Q  Latvia 2
Q  Belgium 1  
     Netherlands 0
     Spain 3  
   Poland 1  
Q  Indonesia 2  
  Q  Indonesia 0
       Spain 3  
Q  Great Britain 0
   Spain 3  

World Group Play-offs[edit]

Venue: Waldstadion T.C., Frankfurt, Germany (outdoor clay)

Dates: July 22

The sixteen teams that lost in the World Group first round ties played off in eight randomly drawn ties. The winners remained in the World Group, while the losers were relegated to Zonal Competition in 1994.

Winning Team Score Losing Team
 Canada 3–0  Uruguay
 South Korea 3–0  New Zealand
 South Africa 2–1  Israel
 Germany 2–1  Austria
 Colombia 2–1  Chile
 Croatia 2–1  Belgium
 Poland 2–1  Great Britain
  Switzerland 2–1  Peru

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