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The Estonia Fed Cup team represents Estonia in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Estonian Tennis Association.

Estonia
Flag of Estonia.svg
CaptainMarten Tamla
ITF ranking29 Increase1 (23 Apr 2018)
Colorslight blue & white
First year1992
Years played27
Ties played (W–L)98 (48–50)
Most total winsMaret Ani (43–25)
Most singles winsKaia Kanepi (28–11)
Most doubles winsMaret Ani (23–6)
Best doubles teamMaret Ani /
Kaia Kanepi (11–3)
Most ties playedMaret Ani (46)
Most years playedMaret Ani
Margit Rüütel (13)
Last updated on: 7 Aug 2018.

Estonia has competed in Fed Cup since 1992.

In 2018, Estonia competes in the Europe/Africa Zone Group I.

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Current team (2018)Edit

HistoryEdit

Estonia competed in its first Fed Cup in 1992. Prior to 1992, Estonian players represented the Soviet Union.

2009Edit

Estonia came through Europe/Africa Zone Group I and then edged Israel in a World Group II Play-off to qualify for World Group II for the first time just a year after promotion from Group II.

2010Edit

In the Fed Cup World Group II Estonia won Argentina and advanced to World Group Play-offs, where they lost 2–3 to Belgium.

ResultsEdit

2009Edit

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2009 Group I, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group D) 4 February Tallinn (EST)   Bulgaria 3–0 Won
5 February Tallinn (EST)   Croatia 2–1 Won
Group I, Europe/Africa, Promotional Play-Off 7 February Tallinn (EST)   Belarus 2–0 Won
World Group II Play-offs 25–26 April Tallinn (EST)   Israel 3–2 Won

2010–2019Edit

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 World Group II 6–7 February Tallinn (EST)   Argentina 4–1 Won
World Group Play-offs 24–25 April Hasselt (BEL)   Belgium 2–3 Lost
2011 World Group II 5–6 February Tallinn (EST)   Spain 1–4 Lost
World Group II Play-offs 16–17 April Minsk, (BLR)   Belarus 0–5 Lost
2012 Group I, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group A) 1 February Eilat (ISR)   Bulgaria 0–3 Lost
2 February Eilat (ISR)   Austria 1–2 Lost
Group I, Europe/Africa, Relegation Play-Off 4 February Eilat (ISR)   Netherlands 1–2 Lost
2013 Group II, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group A) 17 April Ulcinj (MNT)   Tunisia 1–2 Lost
18 April Ulcinj (MNT)   Latvia 0–3 Lost
19 April Ulcinj (MNT)   Finland 0–2 Lost
Group II, Europe/Africa, Relegation Play-offs 20 April Ulcinj (MNT)   South Africa 1–2 Lost
2014 Group III, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group A) 5 February Tallinn (EST)   Namibia 3–0 Won
7 February Tallinn (EST)   Armenia 3–0 Won
Group III, Europe/Africa, Promotional Play-offs 8 February Tallinn (EST)   Denmark 2–0 Won
2015 Group II, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group A) 4 February Tallinn (EST)   Bosnia and Herzegovina 3–0 Won
5 February Tallinn (EST)   South Africa 1–2 Lost
6 February Tallinn (EST)   Egypt 2–1 Won
Group II, Europe/Africa, Promotional Play-offs 7 February Tallinn (EST)   Slovenia 2–0 Won
2016 Group I, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group C) 3 February Eilat (ISR)   Croatia 1–2 Lost
4 February Eilat (ISR)   Israel 0–3 Lost
5 February Eilat (ISR)   Turkey 2–1 Won
2017 Group I, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group D) 8 February Tallinn (EST)   Bulgaria 2–1 Won
9 February Tallinn (EST)   Israel 2–1 Won
10 February Tallinn (EST)   Serbia 1–2 Lost
Group I, Europe/Africa, 5th place play-off 11 February Tallinn (EST)   Austria 1–2 Lost
2018 Group I, Europe/Africa, Round Robin (Group B) 8 February Tallinn (EST)   Portugal 2–1 Won
9 February Tallinn (EST)   Great Britain 0–3 Lost
Group I, Europe/Africa, 5th place play-off 10 February Tallinn (EST)   Croatia 2–1 Won

See alsoEdit

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