South Korea Fed Cup team

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Korea, Republic
Flag of South Korea.svg
Captain Cho Yoon-jeong
ITF ranking 32 Steady (16 November 2015)
Colors blue & white
First year 1973
Years played 41
Ties played (W–L) 161 (90–71)
Years in
World Group
19 (5–19)
Best finish World Group 2R (1973,
1977, 1986, 1987, 1992)
World Group II (1997)
Most total wins Park Sung-hee (30–14)
Most singles wins Park Sung-hee (24–12)
Most doubles wins Lee Jeong-Myung (14–5)
Kim Il-soon (14–6)
Best doubles team Kim Il-soon /
Lee Jeong-Myung (12–5)
Most ties played Park Sung-hee (34)
Most years played Park Sung-hee (9)

The South Korea Fed Cup team represents South Korea in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Korea Tennis Association. They currently compete in the Asia/Oceania Zone of Group I.

History[edit]

South Korea competed in its first Fed Cup in 1973. Their best result was qualifying for World Group II in 1997, and reaching the round of 16 on five occasions.

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