Belarus Fed Cup team
|ITF ranking||3 (11 February 2019)|
|Highest ITF ranking||2 (24 April 2017)|
|Colors||red & green|
|Ties played (W–L)||101 (71–30)|
|Best finish||World Group F (2017)|
|Most total wins||Tatiana Poutchek (37–15)|
|Most singles wins||Natalia Zvereva (24–7)|
|Most doubles wins||Tatiana Poutchek (28–7)|
|Best doubles team||Darya Kustova /|
Tatiana Poutchek (7–0)
|Most ties played||Tatiana Poutchek (45)|
|Most years played||Tatiana Poutchek (15)|
Most recent year-end rankings are used.
|Victoria Azarenka||July 31, 1989||2005||2016||Russia||19||16–4||5–1||21–5||54||424|
|Olga Govortsova||August 23, 1988||2008||2017||Switzerland||31||20–10||6–3||26–13||427||753|
|Vera Lapko||September 29, 1998||2015||2017||Switzerland||5||0–0||4–1||4–1||320||283|
|Aryna Sabalenka||May 4, 1998||2016||2017||Switzerland||3||2–2||0–1||2–3||11||78|
|Aliaksandra Sasnovich||March 22, 1994||2012||2017||Switzerland||16||13–7||5–2||18–9||30||266|
1994–1999: Early successEdit
Prior to 1993, Belarusian players competed for the Soviet Union. Belarus competed in its first Fed Cup as an independent nation in 1994, when they achieved their best result by reaching the World Group 1st Round. For the next three years, the team competed exclusively in the Europe/Africa Zonal Group I. In 1999, Belarus defeated Venezuela to reach World Group II. After spending one year at that level, the team was then relegated to Europe/Africa Zonal Group I once again.
2000–2010: Competition at the zonal levelEdit
Belarus spent another four years at the Europe Arica Zonal Group I before reaching a World Group Play-off in 2004, where they lost to Slovakia in what was their last opportunity for promotion from the zonal level until 2011.
2011–2017: Resurgence and World Group FinalEdit
With the help of four players ranked in the WTA top-200 at the end of 2010, Belarus defeated Estonia to return to World Group II, before immediately suffering back-to-back losses to the United States and Switzerland and being once again relegated to Europe/Africa Zonal Group I play. After several years competing at that level, the team was promoted to World Group II by defeating Japan in 2015.
Despite the absence of their top player, Victoria Azarenka, Belarus defeated Canada in their 2016 World Group II tie. This victory secured a spot in the 2016 World Group Play-offs, where they upset Russia 3–2. Belarus competed in the 2017 Fed Cup World Group, where they scored shocking upsets against Netherlands in the quarterfinals and Switzerland in the semifinals. Both victories came without the help of Azarenka, who was taking time off following the birth of her first child. Belarus will host the 2017 Fed Cup Final against the United States.
Only World Group, World Group Play-off, World Group II, and World Group II Play-off ties are included.
|1994||World Group, 1st Round||18–19 July||Frankfurt (GER)||Netherlands||1–2||Lost|
|1998||World Group II, Play-off||25–26 July||Minsk (BLR)||Venezuela||4–1||Won|
|1999||World Group II, Quarterfinal||17–18 April||Minsk (BLR)||Czech Republic||1–4||Lost|
|World Group II, Round Robin||21 July||Amsterdam (NED)||Slovenia||3–0||Won|
|World Group II, Round Robin||22 July||Amsterdam (NED)||Netherlands||0–3||Lost|
|World Group II, Round Robin||23 July||Amsterdam (NED)||Japan||2–0||Won|
|2004||World Group II, Play-off||10–11 July||Bratislava (SVK)||Slovakia||0–4||Lost|
|2011||World Group II, Play-off||16–17 April||Minsk (BLR)||Estonia||5–0||Won|
|2012||World Group II, First Round||4–5 February||Worcester (USA)||United States||0–5||Lost|
|World Group II, Play-off||21–22 April||Yverdon-les-Bains (SUI)||Switzerland||1–4||Lost|
|2015||World Group II, Play-off||18–19 April||Tokyo (JPN)||Japan||3–2||Won|
|2016||World Group II, 1st Round||6–7 February||Quebec City (CAN)||Canada||3–2||Won|
|World Group, Play-off||16–17 April||Moscow (RUS)||Russia||3–2||Won|
|2017||World Group, 1st Round||11–12 February||Minsk (BLR)||Netherlands||4–1||Won|
|World Group, Semi-Finals||22–23 April||Minsk (BLR)||Switzerland||3–2||Won|
|World Group, Final||11–12 November||Minsk (BLR)||United States||2–3||Lost|
|2018||World Group, 1st Round||10–11 February||Minsk (BLR)||Germany||2–3||Lost|
|World Group, Play-off||21–22 April||Minsk (BLR)||Slovakia||3–2||Won|
|2019||World Group, 1st Round||9–10 February||Braunschweig (GER)||Germany||4–0||Won|
|World Group, Semi-Finals||20–21 April||Brisbane (AUS)||Australia||2–3||Lost|