Indonesia Fed Cup team

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CaptainSri Utaminingsih
ITF ranking55 Decrease 3 (16 November 2015)
First year1969
Years played45
Ties played (W–L)155 (85–70)
Years in
World Group
22 (11–22)
Best finishWorld Group QF (1973, 1991)
Most total winsYayuk Basuki (62–28)
Most singles winsWynne Prakusya (31–18)
Most doubles winsYayuk Basuki (33–7)
Best doubles teamWynne Prakusya /
Angelique Widjaja (16–0)
Most ties playedYayuk Basuki (59)
Most years playedYayuk Basuki (16)

The Indonesia Fed Cup team represents Indonesia in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Indonesian Tennis Association. They have not competed in the World Groups since 2006.


Indonesia competed in its first Fed Cup in 1969. Their best result was reaching the quarterfinals in 1991.

In 2006, Indonesia qualified for World Group II, but refused to play Israel and forfeited their play-off match against the Israel Fed Cup team in Tel Aviv,[1][2][3] and hence was relegated. Israel thus won by forfeit, and advanced to the 2007 Fed Cup World Group II.[4] It was reported that the Indonesian Tennis Association was instructed to forfeit by the Indonesian government.[5]

The International Tennis Federation's President Francesco Ricci Bitti said the Federation was saddened by the decision.[4] The ITF fined the Indonesian Tennis Association $31,600, and banned it from 2007's tournament.[6] The fine consisted of $20,000 to host Israel, $6,600 to compensate the ITF`s spending on preparations for the Israel Fed Cup, and $5,000 for pulling out of the match.[6] Indonesia had been in the World Group II playoffs in 2007, but the sanction relegated Indonesia to Group II of the Asia/Oceanic Zone in 2008.[6]

Recent results[edit]

From 2008 to 2016, Indonesia largely alternated between Asia/Oceania Zone Group II and Group I. In the 2016 Fed Cup, was not able to achieve promotion to Group I, and hence will again start the 2017 campaign in Group II. Sri Utaminingsih was the Indonesian coach in 2016.[citation needed]

Year Group Place Result Players Coach
2008 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I 5th Remained in Group I
2009 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I 4th Remained in Group I Sandy Gumulya, Ayu-Fani Damayanti, Lavinia Tananta, Jessy Rompies
2010 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I 8th Relegated to Group II
2011 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II 1st Promoted to Group I Ayu-Fani Damayanti, Lavinia Tananta, Jessy Rompies, Yayuk Basuki
2012 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I 7th Relegated to Group II
2013 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II 1st Promoted to Group I
2014 Asia/Oceania Zone Group I 7th Relegated to Group II Vita Mediana, Tami Grende, Lavinia Tananta, Deria Nur Haliza
2015 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II 3rd Remained in Group II Ayu-Fani Damayanti, Lavinia Tananta, Deria Nur Haliza
2016 Asia/Oceania Zone Group II 5th Remained in Group II Lavinia Tananta, Jessy Rompies, Deria Nur Haliza, Beatrice Gumulya Sri Utaminingsih

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