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World Group Final

The deadline for official team nominations is 10 days before the tie begins.

Tie preview

Czech Republic will host Germany in the 2014 Fed Cup final, in what promises to be a clash of extremely high quality. The Czechs have returned to the final after a year away, and have enviable pedigree at this level, having won the competition in 2011 and 2012. Germany, on the other hand, is competing in its first final since 1992, when current captain Barbara Rittner was part of the team that defeated Spain to claim victory.

The Germans have come off second best in all but one of their meetings with Czech Republic in the past, trailing 1-6 in the head-to-head record. This includes two meetings in the past five years, with the Czechs emerging victorious at a very tight matchup in Brno in 2010, before securing a more comfortable win in Stuttgart in 2012.

  • Date: 08 Nov - 09 Nov 2014
  • Venue: O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Start times: 
    Day 1: 1300 hrs (1200 hrs GMT)
    Day 2: 1300 hrs (1200 hrs GMT)
  • Surface: Hard (Novacrylic Ultracushion®), Indoor
  • Ball: Wilson Tour Davis Cup
  • Tickets       TV Schedule

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  • All-time head to head

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    All-time head to head record

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