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Greece Fed Cup team

The Greece Fed Cup team represents Greece in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Hellenic Tennis Federation. They currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group I.

Greece
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CaptainStavros Michalopoulos
ITF ranking46 Decrease 2 (12 November 2018)
First year1968
Years played40
Ties played (W–L)125 (51–74)
Years in
World Group
16 (2–16)
Best finishWorld Group 2R (1977, 1984)
Most total winsChristína Papadáki (30–30)
Most singles winsChristína Papadáki (18–15)
Most doubles winsEleni Daniilidou (15–4)
Best doubles teamChristína Papadáki /
Christina Zachariadou (8–7)
Most ties playedChristína Papadáki (35)
Most years playedChristína Papadáki (11)

HistoryEdit

Greece competed in its first Fed Cup in 1968. Their best result was reaching the round of 16 in 1977 and 1984.

Their current team is: Maria Sakkari, Valentini Grammatikopoulou, Eleni Kordolaimi, and Emmanouela Antonakis.

Past players include: Eleni Daniilidou, Anna Koumantou, Christína Papadáki, Christina Zachariadou, Olga Tsarbopoulou, Angelika Kanellopoulou and Carol-Ann Kalogeropoulos.

Denise Panagopoulou of Greece holds the record for the youngest player that ever competed in the Fed Cup. In 1977, she played at the age of 12 and 360 days.

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