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  • Leading All-Time Players

    Arantxa Sanchez Vicario and Conchita Martinez, who combined to lead Spain to ten Fed Cup Finals, head the all-time lists for total wins and total singles wins as well as recording the most wins as a doubles pair.

    Larisa Savchenko, who represented both the Soviet Union and Latvia during her Fed Cup career, has the highest number of all-time doubles wins, combining her record under both flags.

    In 2011 Anne Kremer set a new record for the most ties played when she competed in her 63rd tie for Luxembourg against Austria.

    In total, 2937 players have represented their nation in Fed Cup.

  • Most Total Wins

    Player Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L No. of Ties
    SANCHEZ VICARIO, Arantxa (ESP) 72-28 50-22 22-6 58
    MARTINEZ, Conchita (ESP) 68-23 47-18 21-5 53
    SAVCHENKO, Larisa (LAT) 67-22 29-15 38-7 57
    WADE, Virginia (GBR) 66-33 36-20 30-13 57
    SCHAERER, Larissa (PAR) 64-32 39-17 25-15 55
    BASUKI, Yayuk (INA) 62-28 29-21 33-7 59
    KREMER, Anne (LUX) 61-57 45-29 16-28 74
    PRAKUSYA, Wynne (INA) 61-21 31-18 30-3 45
    EVERT, Chris (USA) 57-4 40-2 17-2 42
    SUKOVA, Helena (CZE) 57-16 45-11 12-5 54
  • Most Singles Wins

    Player Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L No. of Ties
    SANCHEZ VICARIO, Arantxa (ESP) 72-28 50-22 22-6 58
    MARTINEZ, Conchita (ESP) 68-23 47-18 21-5 53
    KREMER, Anne (LUX) 61-57 45-29 16-28 74
    SUKOVA, Helena (CZE) 57-16 45-11 12-5 54
    EVERT, Chris (USA) 57-4 40-2 17-2 42
    SCHAERER, Larissa (PAR) 64-32 39-17 25-15 55
    TANASUGARN, Tamarine (THA) 50-26 38-16 12-10 57
    SMASHNOVA, Anna (ISR) 43-30 38-24 5-6 61
    WADE, Virginia (GBR) 66-33 36-20 30-13 57
    ARVIDSSON, Sofia (SWE) 50-38 36-24 14-14 50
  • Most Doubles Wins

    Player Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L No. of Ties
    SAVCHENKO, Larisa (LAT) 67-22 29-15 38-7 57
    BASUKI, Yayuk (INA) 62-28 29-21 33-7 59
    WADE, Virginia (GBR) 66-33 36-20 30-13 57
    PRAKUSYA, Wynne (INA) 61-21 31-18 30-3 45
    TURNBULL, Wendy (AUS) 46-16 17-8 29-8 45
    OBZILER, Tzipi (ISR) 51-39 23-16 28-23 61
    POUTCHEK, Tatiana (BLR) 37-15 9-8 28-7 45
    STUBBS, Rennae (AUS) 28-13 0-3 28-10 40
    KING, Billie Jean (USA) 52-4 26-3 26-1 36
    CASALS, Rosie (USA) 34-2 8-1 26-1 29
  • Best Doubles Pairs

    Player Total W-L Ties Played Years Played
    MARTINEZ, Conchita / SANCHEZ VICARIO, Arantxa (ESP) 18–3 21 10
    PRAKUSYA, Wynne / WIDJAJA, Angelique (INA) 16–0 16 3
    ANGGARKUSUMA, Suzanna / BASUKI, Yayuk (INA) 15–3 18 9
    CABEZAS, Paula / CASTRO, Barbara (CHI) 15–5 20 5
    JANS-IGNACIK, Klaudia / ROSOLSKA, Alicja (POL)* 14–7 21 7
    BARKER, Sue / WADE, Virginia (GBR) 13–2 30 7
    SAVCHENKO, Larisa / ZVEREVA, Natalia (URS) 12–1 13 4
    DURIE, Jo / HOBBS, Anne (GBR) 12–2 14 6
    CORDOVA, Yamile / MONTESINO, Yoannis (CUB) 12–3 15 6
    KIM, Il-Soon / LEE, Jeong-Myung (KOR) 12–5 17 5
    ANI, Maret / KANEPI, Kaia (EST) 11–3 14 7
    REID, Kerry / TURNBULL, Wendy (AUS) 11–4 15 3
    ARVIDSSON, Sofia / LARSSON, Johanna (SWE)* 11–6 17 9
    KRIZAN, Tina / SREBOTNIK, Katarina (SLO) 11–5 16 6
    SEQUERA, Milagros / VENTO-KABCHI, Maria (VEN) 11–5 16 4
    GURDAL, Michele / VAN HAVER, Monique (BEL) 11–9 20 9
    CASALS, Rosie / KING, Billie Jean (USA) 10–0 12 4
    CASALS, Rosie / JORDAN, Kathy (USA) 10–0 10 2
    FERNANDEZ, Gigi / GARRISON, Zina (USA) 10–1 11 3
    AKSIT-OAL, Ismet-Duygu / GULTEKIN, Gulberk (TUR) 10–5 15 7
    *The leading active pairings in Fed Cup are Klaudia Jans-Ignacik and Alicja Rosolska (POL), who have a 14-7 win-loss record followed by Sofia Arvidsson and Johanna Larsson (SWE) (11-6).
  • Most Ties Played

    Player Total W-L Singles W-L Doubles W-L No. of Ties
    KREMER, Anne (LUX) 61-57 45-29 16-28 74
    OBZILER, Tzipi (ISR) 51-39 23-16 28-23 61
    SMASHNOVA, Anna (ISR) 43-30 38-24 5-6 61
    BASUKI, Yayuk (INA) 62-28 29-21 33-7 59
    SANCHEZ VICARIO, Arantxa (ESP) 72-28 50-22 22-6 58
    SAVCHENKO, Larisa (LAT) 67-22 29-15 38-7 57
    WADE, Virginia (GBR) 66-33 36-20 30-13 57
    TANASUGARN, Tamarine (THA) 50-26 38-16 12-10 57
    SCHAERER, Larissa (PAR) 64-32 39-17 25-15 55
    SUKOVA, Helena (CZE) 57-16 45-11 12-5 54
    ZVEREVA, Natalia (BLR) 35-11 24-7 11-4 54
    MARTINEZ, Conchita (ESP) 68-23 47-18 21-5 53
    SCHAUL, Claudine (LUX) 36-38 30-15 6-23 53
    FORS-GUERRA, Yamile (CUB) 46-33 28-17 18-16 51
    CASTANO, Catalina (COL) 51-23 33-17 18-6 50
    ARVIDSSON, Sofia (SWE) 50-38 36-24 14-14 50
    AMANMURADOVA, Akgul (UZB) 37-32 24-15 13-17 50
  • Leading Active Players Total Wins

    Player Nation Total Win-Loss Position on all-time list
    Catalina Castano Colombia 51-23 =14th
    Sofia Arvidsson Sweden 50-38 =16th
    Tamarine Tanasugarn Thailand 50-26 =16th
    Emma Laine Finland 48-20 =21st
  • Leading Active Players Singles Wins

    Player Nation Total Win-Loss Position on all-time list
    Tamarine Tanasugarn Thailand 38-16 =7th
    Sofia Arvidsson Sweden 36-24 =9th
    Emma Laine Finland 34-8 =12th
  • Leading Active Players Doubles Wins

    Player Nation Total Win-Loss Position on all-time list
    Alicja Rosolska Poland 21-9 =21st
    Pemra Ozgen Turkey 21-12 =21st
    Klaudia Jans-Ignacik Poland 20-9 =27th
    Roberta Vinci Italy 18-1 =34th
    Rika Fujiwara Japan 18-2 =34th
    Catalina Castano Colombia 18-6 =34th
  • Leading Active Players Ties Played

    Player Nation Ties played Position on all-time list
    Tamarine Tanasugarn Thailand 57 =6th
    Claudine Schaul Luxembourg 53 =12th
    Catalina Castano Colombia 50 =15th
    Sofia Arvidsson Sweden 50 =14th
    Akgul Amanmuradova Uzbekistan 50 =14th
  • Players Winning a Maximum Number of Singles in a Year

    There have been 60 instances when players have played and won a maximum number of World Group singles rubbers for their nation in a single year of Fed Cup competition. Prior to the introduction of the World Group in 1995, this involved winning one singles rubber per tie, and in 1995-99 and since 2002, two singles rubbers per tie. In 2000-01, some ties involved one singles rubber per player and others two singles rubber per player.

    Year Player Result W-L
    1963 Margaret Court (AUS)
    Billie Jean King (USA)
    4-0
    4-0
    1964 Margaret Court (AUS)
    Lesley Bowrey (AUS)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1965 Margaret Court (AUS)
    Lesley Bowrey (AUS)
    3-0*
    3-0*
    1966 Julie Heldman (USA) 4-0*
    1967 Rosie Casals (USA)
    Billie Jean King (USA)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1968 Margaret Court (AUS)
    Kerry Reid (AUS)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1969 Margaret Court (AUS)
    Nancy Gunter (USA)
    3-0*^
    4-0*
    1970 Judy Dalton (AUS)
    Karen Krantcze (AUS)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1971 Evonne Cawley (AUS)
    Margaret Court (AUS)
    2-0*^
    2-0*^
    1972 Brenda Kirk (RSA) 5-0
    1973 Evonne Cawley (AUS)
    Pattie Coleman (AUS)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1974 Evonne Cawley (USA)
    Jeanne Evert (USA)
    4-0*
    4-0*
    1975 Martina Navratilova (TCH) 5-0
    1976 Billie Jean King (USA) 5-0
    1977 Chris Evert (USA)
    Billie Jean King (USA)
    5-0*
    5-0*
    1978 Chris Evert (USA)
    1979 Tracy Austin (USA)
    Chris Evert (USA)
    4-0^
    4-0^
    1980 Tracy Austin (USA) 5-0
    1981 Chris Evert (USA)
    Andrea Jaeger (USA)
    5-0
    5-0
    1982 Chris Evert (USA)
    Martina Navratilova (USA)
    5-0
    5-0
    1983 Hana Mandlikova (TCH) 5-0
    1984 Hana Mandlikova (TCH)
    Anne Minter (AUS)
    5-0
    5-0
    1985 Hana Mandlikova (TCH) 5-0
    1987 Steffi Graf (GER)
    Pam Shriver (USA)
    5-0
    5-0
    1988 Helena Sukova (TCH)
    Radka Zrubakova (TCH)
    -0
    5-0
    1989 Chris Evert (USA)
    Martina Navratilova (USA)
    5-0
    5-0
    1990 Jennifer Capriati (USA)
    Natalia Zvereva (URS)
    5-0
    5-0
    1991 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP) 5-0
    1992 Steffi Graf (GER)
    Anke Huber (GER)
    5-0
    5-0
    1993 Conchita Martinez (ESP)
    Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP)
    5-0
    5-0
    1994 Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP) 5-0
    World Group
    1995 Conchita Martinez (ESP) 6-0
    1998 Martina Hingis (SUI) 6-0
    2000 Lindsay Davenport (USA) 3-0
    2001 Kim Clijsters (BEL)
    Justine Henin (BEL)
    4-0
    4-0
    2003 Amelie Mauresmo (FRA) 8-0
    2010 Flavia Pennetta (ITA) 6-0
    2011 Petra Kvitova (CZE) 6-0
    * received first round bye; ^ received walkover in one tie
  • Perfect performances

    Both Martina Navratilova, who represented both Czechoslovakia and USA, and Margaret Court (AUS) have unbeaten records in Fed Cup singles rubbers, both players winning 20 matches.

    Navratilova was also unbeaten in 20 doubles rubbers before losing her final Fed Cup doubles rubber during USA’s 2004 World Group quarterfinal v Austria, to post a 20-1 record. In 2012, Roberta Vinci took sole ownership of the record for perfect performances in doubles, overtaking Angelique Widjaja’s mark of 16-0.

    Player Win-Loss
    Singles
    Margaret Court (AUS) 20-0
    Martina Navratilova (TCH/USA) 20-0
    Yamile Cordova (CUB) 14-0
    Serena Williams (USA) 9-0
    Doubles
    Angelique Widjaja (INA) 16-0
    Esme De Villiers (RSA) 10-0
    Kateryna Bondarenko (UKR) 9-0
    Gabriela Niculescu (ROU) 8-0
    Singles & Doubles
    Serena Williams (USA) 12-0
    Esme De Villiers (RSA) 11-0
    Gabriela Niculescu (ROU) 10-0
    Sandra Olsen (DEN) 8-0
    Dally Randriantefy (MAD) 8-0
    Note: active players in bold
  • Winning streaks

    Chris Evert (USA) was undefeated in 29 singles matches from her debut against Austria in the first round of 1977 Fed Cup until losing to Italy’s Sandra Cecchini in the first rubber of the 1986 Fed Cup quarterfinal in Prague. Evert only lost two of the 42 Fed Cup singles matches she played.

    Leading Singles Streaks
    Chris Evert (USA) 29
    Margaret Court (AUS) 20
    Martina Navratilova (TCH/USA) 20
    Lindsay Davenport (USA) 19
    Hana Mandlikova (AUS) 19
    Leading Doubles Streaks
    Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP) 16
    Wynne Prakusya/Angelique Widjaja (INA) 16
    Sue Barker/Virginia Wade (GBR) 12
    Larisa Savchenko/Natalia Zvereva (URS) 11
    Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) 10
    Leading Singles & Doubles Streaks
    Martina Navratilova (TCH/USA) 40
    Chris Evert (USA) 34
    Lindsay Davenport (USA) 24
    Hana Mandlikova (TCH) 23
    Billie Jean King (USA) 20
  • Youngest Players

    Age
    Yrs/Dys
    D.O.B. First Played Nationality v Opponent Tie Player (Years Played)
    12 360 18 Jun 64 13 Jun 77 GRE v POR FC-1R Denise Panagopoulou (1977-83)
    13 199 2 Jan 73 20 Jul 86 EGY v BEL C-1R Nahla Mohammed* (1986)
    13 270 2 Jul 86 28 Mar 00 GEO v YUG EA2-RR Salome Devidze (2000-04)
    13 353 1 Aug 72 20 Jul 86 EGY v KOR FC-1R Shahira Tawfik (1986-95)
    14 7 21 Mar 81 28 Mar 95 PUR v BAH AM2-RR Vilmarie Castellvi (1995-06)
    14 14 30 Apr 87 14 May 01 BOT v TUR EA2-RR Tapiwa Marobela (2001-04)
    14 25 10 Apr 84 5 May 98 ETH v LUX EA2-RR Seble Woldegebriel (2001-04)
    14 31 17 Jun 77 18 Jul 91 MAS v MEX FC-PR1 Chern-Yi Chiew (1991-95))
    14 34 12 Apr 87 16 May 01 ESA v BAR AM2-RR Ana-Gloria Osorio-Pena* (2001-02)
    14 44 7 Jan 82 20 Feb 96 UZB v POC AO2-RR Iroda Tulyaganova* (1996-06)
    14 44 9 Mar 82 22 Apr 96 CRO v GEO EA1-RR Mirjana Lucic (1996-98)
    * denotes that the player played doubles in their first tie. Note: players must now be 14 or over to participate in Davis Cup.
    *Denotes that the player played doubles in their first tie Note: players must now be aged 14 and over to compete at any level of Fed Cup

    Tamira Paszek (AUT) is the youngest player to compete in a World Group tie, playing singles for Austria v France in the 2005 Fed Cup first round aged 14 years, 138 days. She became the youngest player to win a World Group rubber when winning two singles rubbers against Switzerland in a Fed Cup World Group play-off tie later that year aged 14 years, 215 days.

    Mirjana Lucic (CRO) won two singles rubbers for Croatia v Chile in a 1996 World Group II play-off tie aged 14 years, 122 days.

  • Oldest Players

    Age
    Yrs/Dys
    D.O.B. Last Played Nationality v Opponent Tie Player (Years Played)
    52 162 30 Nov 43 10 May 96 BER v JAM AM2-RR Gill Butterfield* (1996)
    47 267 18 Oct 56 11 Jul 04 USA v AUT WG-QF Martina Navratilova* (1975-04)
    46 85 18 Mar 21 11 Jun 67 DEN v FRG FC-2R Milly Vagn-Nielsen (1967)
    46 70 18 Feb 54 28 Apr 00 FIJ v IRQ AO2-RR Walena White* (1990-00)
    43 60 27 Dec 55 25 Feb 99 HAI v CUB AM2-RR Genevieve Etienne* (1999)
    43 44 12 Apr 25 26 May 68 POR v FRA FC-2R Peggy Brixhe* (1968)
    42 300 6 Oct 44 2 Aug 87 BUL v INA FC-2R Yulia Berberian* (1968-97)
    42 190 9 Nov 54 18 May 97 BER v ANT AM2-RR Debra Darrell* (1997)
    42 135 28 Sep 70 10 Feb 13 JPN v RUS WG-1R Kimiko Date-Krumm (1989-2013)
    42 101 27 May 22 5 Sep 64 JPN v RSA FC-1R Reiko Miyagi* (1964)
    41 291 19 Nov 22 5 Sep 64 CAN v AUS FC-QF Louise Brown* (1963-64)
    * denotes that the player played doubles in their first tie.
    *Denotes that the player played doubles in their last tie.

    Gill Butterfield (BER) is the oldest player to play Fed Cup, losing a doubles rubber for Bermuda v Jamaica in Americas Zone Group II in 1996 at the age of 52 years 162 days. Having won a doubles rubber the day before v Costa Rica, she is also the oldest player to win a Fed Cup rubber.

    Martina Navratilova (USA) is the oldest player to compete in a World Group tie, when losing the doubles rubber for USA v Austria in the 2004 World Group quarterfinal aged 47 years, 267 days. Having won the doubles rubber against Slovenia in the 2004 first round tie, she is also the oldest player to win a World Group rubber aged 47 years, 190 days.

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