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Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals, Hungary (Winner: USA)

Group A
(1)USA: Amanda Anisimova, Whitney Osuigwe, Caty McNally
(6)Italy: Elisabetta Cocciaretto, Federica Rossi, Federica Sacco
Uruguay: Guillermina Grant, Agustina Cuestas, Mikaela Fros
Belarus: Anna Kubareva, Viktoriya Kanapatskaya, Ksenia Brich

Group B
(3)Russia: Daria Frayman, Kamilla Rakhimova, Anastasia Tikhonova
(8)Thailand: Thasaporn Naklo, Napatt Nirundorn, Supapitch Kuearum
Canada: Layne Sleeth, Alexandra Vagramov, Leylah Annie Fernandez
Hungary: Adrienn Nagy, Fanni Gecsek, Zita Kovacs, Reka Anna Zadori

Group C
(4)Ukraine: Marta Kostyuk, Daria Snigur, Alina Tsyurpalevych
(7)Colombia: Maria Camila Osorio, Jessica Paola Plazas, Antonia Samudio
Chinese Taipei: Joanna Garland, Lee Kuan Yi, Chang Ting Pei
Burundi: Sada Nahimana, Aisha Niyonkuru, Hoziane Kitambala

Group D
(2)Japan: Yuki Naito, Naho Sato, Himari Sato
(5)France: Yasmine Mansouri, Giulia Morlet, Carole Monnet
Argentina: Ana Geller, Jazmin Ortenzi, Maia Haumuller
Morocco: Oumaima Aziz, Salma Loudili, Hind Semlali
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So exciting to see Burundi there.

As far as Argentina goes Ana Geller is really good but I don't think she can carry the team on her shoulders at this level. Ortenzi has been improving lately but I'm not sure she can compete with the French and Japanese girls.
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Ties were interrupted by rain today...

[6]Italy v Uruguay [1-0]
[3]Russia v Hungary [1-0]
[1]U.S.A. v Belarus [2-0]
[8]Thailand v Canada [1-0]
[4]Ukraine v Burundi [1-0]
[7]Colombia v Chinese Taipei [0-1]
[2]Japan v Morocco [2-0]
[5]France v Argentina [1-1]

Full results: https://itfjuniors.tournamentsoftwar...C-852420944F62
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Draw ceremony of the Junior Davis and Fed Cup.



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"A dragon." The cheesemonger saw the look on his face at that, and laughed. "A dragon with three heads."
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Russia contrive to throw away group B. Canada top the group with a 4-5 record in rubbers after losing 3-0 to eventual last-placed Thailand in their first match.
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Junior Davis and Fed Cup 2017.09.22.- Friday
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Junior Davis and Fed Cup 2017.09.21.
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Junior Davis és Fed Kupa 2017.09.20.
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Junior Davis Cup and Fed Cup 2017- draw ceremony
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That rule is a nonsensical mess


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That rule is a nonsensical mess
It's a very common rule in all sports as far as I know.

What other rule do you suggest?

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It's a very common rule in all sports as far as I know.

What other rule do you suggest?
The "goal average" rule like in pros' year-end masters (most sets won and if equal most games won) The H2H rule makes no sense even less so that because of the age limit the teams differ completely for each country from one year to the next so the H2Hs reflect literally nothing


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The H2H rule makes no sense even less so that because of the age limit the teams differ completely for each country from one year to the next so the H2Hs reflect literally nothing
But it's not like all-time h2h, just within this one tournament. Canada beat Russia 2-1, so they won the h2h. It would be kinda weird if you beat a certain team but then finish below them having the same amount of points. Like Hakapeszi said, it is a very common rule in many sports.
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It's Fernandez v McNally, so I'm guessing Anisimova not playing singles today.

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But it's not like all-time h2h, just within this one tournament. Canada beat Russia 2-1, so they won the h2h. It would be kinda weird if you beat a certain team but then finish below them having the same amount of points. Like Hakapeszi said, it is a very common rule in many sports.
Ah ok, it makes more sense now (I assumed they considered the "historical H2H" ). I still reckon that the goal average rule used in pros makes more sense, seems pretty ludicrous to see Canada qualify over Russia with such numbers... But they had to change the rules last minute because play got delayed too much actually:



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