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2020 Fed Cup Play-offs

2020 Qualifiers (7-8 February)

USA (s) (c*) v Latvia
Netherlands (c) v Belarus (s)
Romania (s) (c*) v Russia
Brazil (c*) v Germany (s) :help:
Spain (s) (c) v Japan
Switzerland (s) (c) v Canada
Belgium (s) (c*) v Kazakhstan
Slovakia (c*) v Great Britain (s)

(s) denotes seeded nation
(c) denotes choice of ground
(*) denotes choice of ground determined by lot



The eight winning nations in the Qualifiers will compete in the 2020 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals in Budapest on 14-19 April. They will join the two finalists from the 2019 competition – Australia and France – as well as hosts Hungary, and Czech Republic, which was awarded a wild card for the Finals last week. The eight losing nations will compete in the 2020 Fed Cup Play-offs, held during the same week as the Finals.

Qualifier ties will consist of four singles matches and one doubles match, with all matches played over the best-of-three tiebreak sets. Two singles matches will be played on Friday 7 February, with the two reverse singles matches followed by the doubles match on Saturday 8 February.
 
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I don't think this has been posted here in the midst of the USO so

2020 Qualifiers (7-8 February)

USA (s) (c*) v Latvia
Netherlands (c) v Belarus (s)
Romania (s) (c*) v Russia
Brazil (c*) v Germany (s)
Spain (s) (c) v Japan
Switzerland (s) (c) v Canada
Belgium (s) (c*) v Kazakhstan
Slovakia (c*) v Great Britain (s)

(s) denotes seeded nation
(c) denotes choice of ground
(*) denotes choice of ground determined by lot


https://www.fedcup.com/en/news/309965.aspx
 

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GGP about to single-handedly take out japan again :lol:
 

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I smell a rematch of Bencic/Bianca coming up.

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