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World Group I Quarterfinals

[1]Sweden (Siri Cornetsson, Mia Henriksson, Alina Patersson, Miranda Frost*, Aysel Wilhelmsson*)
vs.
Botswana[H] (Ruflina Taliamanosoko, Nthamangela Mbangu-Žerić, Mpule Kwalegobe*)
on hard court in Gaborone, Botswana

S1: Nthamangela Mbangu-Žerić vs Siri Cornetsson
S2: Ruflina Taliamanosoko vs Alina Patersson
S3: Nthamangela Mbangu-Žerić vs Alina Patersson
S4: Ruflina Taliamanosoko vs Siri Cornetsson
D: Mbangu-Žerić/Taliamanosoko vs Cornetsson/Patersson

[3]China[H] (Zianzhi Ziyi, Chantal Chan, Jane Wong, Yanina Wickmayer, Carol Chan*)
vs.
South Africa (Cornelia du Preez, Luna-Willow Bartoli, Kleintjie Jantjes)
on clay court in Guangzhou, China (to be confirmed by captain, choice of ground decided by lot)

S1: Jane Wong vs Cornelia du Preez
S2: Zianzhi Ziyi vs Luna-Willow Bartoli
S3: Jane Wong vs Luna-Willow Bartoli
S4: Chantal Chan vs Cornelia du Preez
D: Wong/Ziyi vs du Preez/Bartoli

Australia (Fleri Hingisafrilia, Alijah Pemovic, Ariel Aries, Aleesha Stosur)
vs.
[4]Italy[H] (Giuseppina Benedetti, Nunziatella Androsciani)
on clay court in Rome, Italy

S1: Nunziatella Androsciani vs Fleri Hingisafrilia
S2: Giuseppina Benedetti vs Alijah Pemovic
S3: Nunziatella Androsciani vs Aleesha Stosur
S4: Giuseppina Benedetti vs Ariel Aries
D: Androsciani/Benedetti vs Hingisafrilia/Pemovic

[2]Czech Republic[H] (Ella Felivitch, Aveta Tenesova, Martine Kartincova)
vs.
Canada (Samantha Soren, Emilia Jarocka-Pottinger)
on clay court in Prague, Czech Republic

S1: Martine Kartincova vs Samantha Soren
S2: Aveta Tenesova vs Emilia Jarocka-Pottinger
S3: Ella Felivitch vs Emilia Jarocka-Pottinger
S4: Aveta Tenesova vs Samantha Soren
D: Kartincova/Tenesova vs Jarocka-Pottinger/Soren

Winners to World Group I semi-finals, losers to World Group I play-offs

World Group II Quarterfinals

[1]Russia (Anastasia Nemayeva)
vs.
South East Asia[H] (Jookkarae Mensarb, Kathleen Pryde-Degman, Khunyah Nomyarn*, Jawaskraya Loordinia)
on hard court in Phuket, Thailand (choice decided by lot)

S1: Kathleen Pryde-Degman vs Anastasia Nemayeva
S2: Jookkarae Mensarb vs Elena Skankhova
S3: Kathleen Pryde-Degman vs Elena Skankhova
S4: Jawaskraya Loordinia vs Anastasia Nemayeva
D: Mensarb/Pryde-Degman vs Nemayeva/Skankhova

[2]Germany[H] (Sabine Graf, Bianka Harlow)
vs.
Eastern Europe (Cristina-Elena Vladimirescu, Nadia Banaszek, Ndjamena Zinaida Naaumy)
on hard court in Stuttgart, Germany (choice decided by lot)

S1: Bianka Harlow vs Cristina-Elena Vladimirescu
S2: Sabine Graf vs Ndjamena Z Naaumy
S3: Bianka Harlow vs Ndjamena Z Naaumy
S4: Sabine Graf vs Cristina-Elena Vladimirescu
D: Graf/Harlow vs Naaumy/Vladimirescu

[3]Great Britain[H] (Lindsay Galbraith, Allison Galbraith*)
vs.
France (Elise Mésane, Tami Lamy-Chappuis)
on grass court in Wimbledon, Great Britain (choice decided by lot)

S1: Allison Galbraith vs Elise Mésane
S2: Lindsay Galbraith vs Tami Lamy-Chappuis
S3: Allison Galbraith vs Tami Lamy-Chappuis
S4: Lindsay Galbraith vs Elise Mésane
D: Galbraith/Galibrath vs Lamy-Chappuis/Mésane

[4]United States (Harper Johnson, Jennifer Casanova, Susan Day)
vs.
Spain[H] (Vittoria Pérez, Regla Torres, Candela Sánchez, Marta Sánchez)
on clay court in Málaga, Spain

S1: Candela Sánchez vs Harper Johnson
S2: Vittoria Pérez vs Jennifer Casanova
S3: Candela Sánchez vs Jennifer Casanova
S4: Vittoria Pérez vs Harper Johnson
D: Sánchez/Sánchez vs Casanova/Johnson

Winners to World Group I play-offs, losers to World Group II play-offs

World Group III teams - Round Robin - Draw to follow

Poland (Berenika Wojnarowska, Amelie Szczotka-Strozna)
Switzerland (Stefania Di Francesca-Beck, Xhakalinda Saikikimbondwe)
Brazil (Maria Broseghini)
Lithuania (Miranda Bothavska, Davae Bothavska*)
Luxembourg (Pippa Mydelton)

Matchday 1 (Wednesday): Luxembourg - Brazil (hard court); Lithuania - Poland (grass court)
Matchday 2 (Thursday): Switzerland - Luxembourg (clay court); Brazil - Poland (grass court)
Matchday 3 (Friday): Poland - Luxembourg (grass court); Switzerland - Lithuania (clay court)
Matchday 4 (Saturday): Lithuania - Brazil (hard court); Poland - Switzerland (grass court)
Matchday 5 (Sunday): Luxembourg - Lithuania (grass court); Switzerland - Brazil (clay court)

Schedule

Sign-in deadline: Friday 27 January, 8pm CET
Draw announcement: Friday 27 January
Surface announcement: Tuesday 31 January 8pm CET (World Group I & II only)
Points & line-up deadline World Group III: Wednesday 1 February 8pm CET
Points & line-up deadline World Group I & II: Friday 3 February, 8pm CET

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Rules and other details

General rules:

If a team does not have at least one player signed up by the deadline, they will be taken out of the competition. Teams from the lower levels will be promoted in ranking order.

Juniors are allowed to play Fed Cup, opening it up to more countries.

If more than 16 teams sign up, qualification for World Group II will be determined as follows:
a) nations (not continents) who have participated in the last four years
b) teams with the lowest sum of their two best ranked senior players. (If the team has a player without a senior ranking, the position below the worst-ranked player will be used to calculate the sum.)
c) if still tied, the sum of their junior ranks if applicable.

Players do not send points individually; one player, the captain, determines who plays singles and doubles, determines the surface the tie will be played on (for home captains), and sends points for all five matches. The captain is normally the highest-ranked player who has signed in by the Friday deadline, but if she does not want to captain she can nominate another player in her team to do the job.

Order of play:

Day 1:
Singles 1: Home #2 ranked player vs. Away #1 ranked player
Singles 2: Home #1 ranked player vs. Away #2 ranked player
Day 2:
Singles 3: Home #2 ranked player vs. Away #2 ranked player
Singles 4: Home #1 ranked player vs. Away #1 ranked player
Match 5: Doubles

Captains specify substitutions when they send their points, and repeated matches are not allowed. If the #1 ranked player only plays on day 1, for example, and is then substituted for day 2, the subsitute plays in match 4 even if she has a lower rank than the player in match 3.

Points to send:

As mentioned, the captain (bolded and underlined in the team list) sends points to me, split into three sets as usual. The captain may send points for each rubber or for each opponent depending on the tactics the captain wishes to employ. The points to split are different for each type of player in the team.
  • Senior players: Use the points to send on the surface as normal.
  • Junior players: If coached by a different manager than their senior, receives 90 points. If both the senior player and junior player of the same manager is represented, the junior receives 80 points (marked with an asterisk in the draw). Players in italics in the team list are juniors.
  • CPU players: Players with no FWTT manager, used if only one player has signed in for the team. Receive 70 points.
  • Players who signed in late: (after surface announcement, on Tuesday) May replace CPU players or juniors at captain's discretion, but receive only 70 points. The reason is that opposing captains have to know who they are playing and the strength of their opponent.
World Group III rules:

World Group III is a round-robin, not a knock-out. The four best teams qualify for the World Group II play-offs.

Order of play World Group III:

Singles 1: #2 vs #2
Singles 2: #1 vs #1
Doubles rubber

Captains send points for each of the 4 matches. Please note the surface you have been assigned to play on for each match. As there are more matches, the points deadline for WGIII is earlier.

Players can still sign in until Tuesday with no extra penalty, but no new teams are allowed.

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Moments of Fed Cup 2011

Some moments from last year's Fed Cup, the 12th, where a Chinese team participated for the first time and just as well won the whole thing...

February, Matchday One

Quarter-final, Düsseldorf, clay:

Marteena Huubere (AUS) def. Sabine Graf (GER) 5/7, 7/6(2), 7/5 (Australia leads 2-0)
A match-up of legends - with 104 tour titles (singles and doubles) between them and, of course, a recently successful doubles pairing. This, however, was not the best match of the many the friends have shared in recent times. Though Graf took the first set, she didn't look particularly comfortable in front of the huge Düsseldorf crowd, and succumbed meekly after taking the third set to 5/5 and "first-break-wins".

Quarter-final, Malmö, indoor hard:

Cornetsson/Henriksson (SWE) def. Mbangu/Taliamanosoko (BOT) 3/6, 7/6(9), 6/3 (Sweden wins 3-2)
For the first time since at least 2008, a team squanders a 2-0 lead. The two Botswanans were shaken early on, but still looked reasonably confident as they took the first set with an early break of serve. The crowd grew more and more raucuous, though, and the Swedes responded - in a miraculous tie-break, the Botswanans had four match points, but Ruflina, the doubles champion sent a forehand volley wide, and there simply was no more energy after a marathon weekend. Sweden are the only seeds left alive in the competition, and Swedish commentator Björn Hellberg claims this is the largest turnaround in Swedish sport since the 1974 French Open final.

World Group II first round, Toulouse, hard:

Lamy-Chappuis/Mésane (FRA) defeated Mensarb/Young (THA) 7/6(6), 6/1 (France wins 3-2)
Elise took the court again now, desperate to avenge her horrible singles, and it showed in the first set as the Thais took control. However, a key break-back at 4/4 allowed the match to go a tie-break, where the French suddenly seemed devoid of nerves and carried this into the second set. France are in the play-offs for the third year in a row.

April, Matchday Two

Semi-final, Napoli, hard:

Giuseppina Benedetti (ITA) defeated Jane Wong (CHN) 4/6, 6/4, 12/10 (China leads 2-1)
Finally someone breaks through the great wall of China. Wong took the first set reasonably easily, but Benedetti came back strongly. The third set was a wait for the tie-break, where Benedetti came up with a huge return after a marathon third set.

World Group II, Gaborone, clay:

Ruflina Taliamanosoko (BOT) defeated Elise Mesane (FRA) 6/0, 7/5 (Botswana leads 3-0)
We've seen it all before...Botswana promote on their first try as an independent nation, leaving France losers in the play-off for the third time in a row. A bit of a damp squib for the enthusiastic crowd.

Semi-final, Stockholm, hard:

Mia Henriksson (SWE) defeated Alijah Pemovic (AUS) 3/6, 7/6(1), 8/6 (Sweden leads 3-1 and qualifies for the final)
'Mia, our Mia!' The Swedish crowd are ecstatic as the barely-upright Henriksson somehow dragged the match back from one set down to clinch a repeat final for this unstoppable team. Alijah had three match points and will no doubt be distraught with the weekend.

World Group I play-off, Prague, indoor hard:

Martine Kartincova (CZE) defeated Lindsay Galbraith (GBR) 6/4, 4/6, 22/20 (Czech Republic leads 3-1)
Well. It wouldn't be a Lindsay match without a third set going to ridiculous lengths. As the pubs in the arena finally began to run out of beer, and the Czech crowd's vocal chords seemed about to snap, Lindsay double faulted in the 41st game - an opening which Kartincova took. Czech Republic the seventh confirmed team for the 2012 World Group.

World Group I play-off, Moscow, indoor clay:

Bartoli/du Preez (RSA) defeated Nemayeva/Skankhova (RUS) 5/7, 7/6(6), 7/5 (South Africa wins 3-2)
Groundhog day for the crowd in Moscow. Yet again their Russian heroines take the first set, but the second goes to a nailbiter tie-break where the Russians have three match points. Not to be; Bartoli held serve and then Nemayeva was broken twice before du Preez finished the job. The third set was also see-saw, with four breaks of serve, but the decisive error was made by Skankhova after a back-and-forth reaction rally. South Africa are the second African team in the World Group.

Semi-final, Napoli, hard:

Chan/Wong (CHN) defeated Amato/A. Benedetti (ITA) 6/4, 7/6(5) (China wins 3-2)
Italy were in this match until 4/4, when Annalisa Benedetti failed to hold her serve; from that point on they looked dejected, and though they saved three match points in the tie-break, they weren't really close. China reach the Fed Cup final on their first attempt, though Hong Kong were in World Group play-off in 2003 and 2004.

November, Final, Uppsala, grass:

Jane Wong (CHN) def. Siri Cornetsson (SWE) 0/6, 6/3, 6/3 (China leads 2-0)
Jane Wong continued the incredible day for China in Sweden by defeating the recent Bali Champion. Siri was so determined in that first she, she cruised in 17 minutes, but after that Jane crawled back for the victory.

Jane Wong (CHN) def. Miranda Frost (SWE) 0/6, 6/2, 6/3 (China leads 3-1 and wins Fed Cup 2011)
There was some hope in the crowd that Sweden was finally coming back after Miranda crushed Jane in the first set. However, it wasn't meant to be and Jane Wong gets the satisfactory win to clinch China's first ever Fed Cup Championship!

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Ruflina Taliamanosoko
Zianzhi Ziyi
Giuseppina Benedetti
Ella Felivitch
Jookkarae Mensarb
Sabine Graf
Elise Mésane
Vittoria Pérez

please announce surface by Tuesday 8pm.

Berenika Wojnarowska
Stefania Di Francesca-Beck
Maria Broseghini
Miranda Bothavska
Pippa Mydelton

please send points for your round robin matches by Wednesday 8pm.

Yeah think that's it

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Fed Cup Hall of Fame

2000: Great Britain def. Africa 4-1
2001: Germany def. Great Britain 3-2
2002: Spain def. Africa 3-2
2003: Belgium def. Great Britain 3-2
2004: Belgium def. Bulgaria 4-1
2005: USA def. Belarus 4-1
2006: Belgium def. Germany 4-1
2007: Belarus def. Germany 3-2
2008: Russia def. Germany 4-1
2009: Czech Republic def. Great Britain 4-1
2010: Sweden def. Czech Republic 3-2
2011: China def. Sweden 4-1

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Ruflina Taliamanosoko
Zianzhi Ziyi
Giuseppina Benedetti
Ella Felivitch
Jookkarae Mensarb
Sabine Graf
Elise Mésane
Vittoria Pérez

please announce surface by Tuesday 8pm.

Berenika Wojnarowska
Stefania Di Francesca-Beck
Maria Broseghini
Miranda Bothavska
Pippa Mydelton

please send points for your round robin matches by Wednesday 8pm.

Yeah think that's it

Slightly unfortunate that the same manager captains two teams, but oh well.

Doesn't the host nation get to decide the surfaces? Just wondering.


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Botswana selects HARD in Gaborone, Botswana


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South East Asia selects Hard Court and play in Phuket, Thailand

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What are the full results of each Fed Cup?

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Doesn't the host nation get to decide the surfaces? Just wondering.
Er yes of course. Typed wrong. Please go ahead.

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What are the full results of each Fed Cup?
The oldest results are here. I've got 2006-2011 in a text file, but I haven't posted them yet because I want to do some formatting and stuff.

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Russia is only one player??

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