Sweden Fed Cup team

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Sweden
Flag of Sweden.svg
Captain Lars-Anders Wahlgren
ITF ranking 21 Steady (16 November 2015)
Colors yellow & blue
First year 1964
Years played 48
Ties played (W–L) 135 (70–65)
Years in
World Group
29 (18–29)
Best finish World Group QF (1970, 1977, 1980, 1988)
Most total wins Sofia Arvidsson (50–38)
Most singles wins Sofia Arvidsson (36–24)
Most doubles wins Johanna Larsson (14–10)
Sofia Arvidsson (14–14)
Best doubles team Sofia Arvidsson /
Johanna Larsson (11–6)
Most ties played Sofia Arvidsson (50)
Most years played Sofia Arvidsson (15)

The Sweden Fed Cup team represents Sweden in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Swedish Tennis Association.

History[edit]

Sweden competed in its first Fed Cup in 1964. Their best result was reaching the quarterfinals on four occasions.

Results[edit]

2010–2019[edit]

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone, Group I 3 February Lisbon (POR)  Denmark 2–1 Won
4 February Lisbon (POR)  Latvia 2–1 Won
5 February Lisbon (POR)  Hungary 3–0 Won
World Group II Play-off 25–26 April Helsingborg (SWE)  China 3–2 Won
2011 World Group II 5–6 February Helsingborg (SWE)  Ukraine 2–3 Lost
World Group II Play-off 16–17 April Lugano (SUI)   Switzerland 1–4 Lost
2012 Europe/Africa Zone, Group I 1 February Eilat (ISR)  Bosnia and H. 3–0 Won
2 February Eilat (ISR)  Hungary 2–1 Won
3 February Eilat (ISR)  Greece 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I Play-off 4 February Eilat (ISR)  Poland 2–1 Won
World Group II Play-off 21–22 April Borås (SWE)  Great Britain 4–1 Won
2013 World Group II 9–10 February Buenos Aires (ARG)  Argentina 3–2 Won
World Group Play-off 20–21 April Delray Beach (USA)  United States 2–3 Lost
2014 World Group II 8–9 February Borås (SWE)  Poland 2–3 Lost
World Group II Play-off 19–20 April Lidköping (SWE)  Thailand 4–0 Won
2015 World Group II 7–8 February Helsingborg (SWE)   Switzerland 1–3 Lost
World Group II Play-off 18–19 April Bratislava (SVK)  Slovakia 0–4 Lost


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