Croatia Fed Cup team

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Croatia
Flag of Croatia.svg
Captain Iva Majoli
ITF ranking 24 (24 April 2017)
Colors red & white
First year 1992
Years played 26
Ties played (W–L) 84 (47–37)
Years in
World Group
14 (5–12)
Best finish World Group QF (2002)
Most total wins Iva Majoli (21–19)
Most singles wins Iva Majoli (15–14)
Most doubles wins Darija Jurak (15–7)
Best doubles team Jurak & Konjuh (7–3)
Most ties played Darija Jurak (23)
Most years played Iva Majoli (11)
Jelena Kostanić Tošić (11)

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

History[edit]

Prior to 1992 see Yugoslavia Fed Cup team

Croatia competed in its first Fed Cup in 1992 and qualified for the first time in World Group in 1993. They reached the Quarterfinals in 2002.

Current team[edit]

The following players were called up for the 2018 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool C matches in February 2018.

Player Singles
WTA Rank
Doubles
WTA Rank
First year
played
Total
Win/Loss
Singles
Win/Loss
Doubles
Win/Loss
Tena Lukas 319 368 2016 3–1 2–1 1–0
Ana Biškić 747 1229 N/A 0–0 0–0 0–0
Lea Bošković 821 998 N/A 0–0 0–0 0–0
Darija Jurak 1150 49 2003 14–6 1–0 13–6

Players[edit]

Key
Still active for the national team[nb 1]
*
Still playing active tennis
Player W-L
(Total)
W-L
(Singles)
W-L
(Doubles)
Ties Career Years
Ivana Abramović 1–1 0–1 1–0 1 2004 1
Sanja Ančić 1–2 1–1 0–1 2 2006–2007 2
Ana Biškić 0–2 0–1 0–1 1 2018– 1
Lea Bošković 2–1 2–1 0–0 3 2018– 1
Nadin Ercegović 14–6 9–4 5–2 16 1992–1995 4
Darija Jurak 16–7 1–0 15–7 23 2003– 8
Ana Konjuh 17–7 10–4 7–3 15 2013– 4
Jelena Kostanić 19–20 12–13 7–7 21 1998–2010 11
Dora Krstulović 0–1 0–0 0–1 1 1998 1
Ivana Lisjak 2–5 0–5 2–0 4 2004–2007 3
Mirjana Lučić * 14–3 12–1 2–2 9 1996–1998 3
Tena Lukas 6–6 3–4 3–2 8 2016– 3
Iva Majoli 21–19 15–14 6–5 22 1993–2004 11
Sanda Mamić 2–5 1–4 1–1 6 2001–2009 3
Petra Martić * 8–9 6–5 2–4 13 2008–2014 5
Gorana Matić 2–2 0–1 2–1 4 1992 1
Matea Mezak 4–4 1–2 3–2 6 2001–2006 4
Ani Mijačika * 4–5 2–2 2–3 7 2011–2012 2
Tereza Mrdeža * 5–4 1–3 4–1 7 2012–2014 3
Maja Murić 14–6 1–1 13–5 18 1992–1997 5
Silvia Njirić * 1–8 1–3 0–5 7 2010–2016 3
Nika Ožegović 2–5 2–4 0–1 4 2005–2008 3
Maja Palaveršić 6–2 6–2 0–0 8 1992–1995 2
Jelena Pandžić 0–2 0–2 0–0 2 2011 1
Karolina Šprem 9–7 6–5 3–2 9 2001–2006 6
Silvija Talaja 12–12 7–5 5–7 16 1993–2003 6
Ajla Tomljanović * 4–7 3–3 1–4 8 2010–2011 2
Donna Vekić 9–8 9–7 0–1 16 2012– 5
Ana Vrljić * 4–3 2–1 2–2 5 2007–2015 4

Managers[edit]

Name Tenure Ties Won Lost Win % Best Result
Croatia Sabrina Goleš 1992–1993 12 10 2 83.3 1993 World Group
Croatia Branimir Horvat 1994 1 0 1 0 1994 World Group
Croatia Vjeran Friščić 1995–1999 14 9 5 64.3 1999 World Group
Croatia Saša Hiršzon 2000 3 0 3 0 2000 World Group
Croatia Goran Prpić 2001–2011 27 11 16 40.7 2002 Quarterfinals
Croatia Iva Majoli 2012–present 27 17 10 62.9 2013 E/A Zone Group I – Play-offs
Totals 84 47 37 55.9

Recent performances[edit]

Here is the list of all match-ups since 1992, when Croatia started competing as a separate nation.

1990s[edit]

2000s[edit]

2010s[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 2010 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool B 3 Feb Lisbon (POR)  Portugal 2–1 Win
4 Feb Lisbon (POR)  Romania 1–2 Loss
5 Feb Lisbon (POR)   Switzerland 0–3 Loss
2010 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (9th) 6 Feb Lisbon (POR)  Belarus 1–2 Loss
2011 2011 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool C 2 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Greece 0–3 Loss
3 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Belarus 0–3 Loss
4 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Austria 3–0 Win
2011 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (5th) 5 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Great Britain 0–2 Loss
2012 2012 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool D 1 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Romania 1–2 Loss
2 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Poland 0–3 Loss
3 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Luxembourg 2–1 Win
2012 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (9th) 5 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2–0 Win
2013 2013 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool A 6 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Austria 2–1 Win
7 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Georgia 3–0 Win
8 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Belarus 3–0 Win
2013 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (promotional) 9 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Poland 1–2 Loss
2014 2014 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool A 4 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Netherlands 0–3 Loss
5 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Luxembourg 3–0 Win
7 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Belgium 0–3 Loss
2014 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (9th) 9 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Turkey 2–1 Win
2015 2015 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool D 4 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Israel 3–0 Win
5 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Latvia 2–1 Win
6 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Belgium 2–1 Win
2015 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (promotional) 7 Feb Budapest (HUN)  Serbia 0–2 Loss
2016 2016 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool C 3 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Estonia 2–1 Win
4 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Turkey 2–1 Win
5 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Israel 1–2 Loss
2016 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (5th) 6 Feb Eilat (ISR)  Portugal 2–0 Win
2017 2017 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool B 8 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0 Win
10 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Hungary 2–1 Win
2017 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (promotional) 11 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Great Britain 1–2 Loss
2018 2018 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Pool C 7 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Slovenia 2–1 Win
8 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Sweden 2–1 Win
9 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Hungary 0–3 Loss
2018 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I – Play-offs (5th) 10 Feb Tallinn (EST)  Estonia 1–2 Loss

Statistics[edit]

Since 1992 (Last updated: Croatia - Estonia ; 10 February 2018)

Record
  • Champion: 0 times
  • Runner-up: 0 times
  • Lost in Semifinals: 0 times
  • Lost in Quarterfinals: 1 time
  • Lost in First Round: 6 times (including Pool Stage in 2000)
  • Not in World Group: 13 times
  • Total: 47–37 (55.9%)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Players considered active are the ones who have been called up for the national team in the last 12 months.

External links[edit]