Israel Fed Cup team
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The Israel Fed Cup team (Hebrew: נבחרת ישראל בגביע הפדרציה) is the representative national team of Israel in Fed Cup competition. In the 2007 Fed Cup, they qualified from the World Group II and World Group Play-offs to reach the elite World Group for the first time in the team's history. They will participate within this group at the 2008 Federation Cup.
|ITF ranking||35 1 (16 November 2015)|
|Colors||light blue & white|
|Ties played (W–L)||141 (72–69)|
|Best finish||Quarterfinal (2008)|
|Most total wins||Tzipora Obziler (51–39)|
|Most singles wins||Anna Smashnova (38–24)|
|Most doubles wins||Tzipora Obziler (28–23)|
|Best doubles team||Tzipora Obziler /|
Hila Rosen (9–8)
|Most ties played||Anna Smashnova (61)|
|Most years played||Anna Smashnova (16)|
Members of the inaugural teamEdit
In June 2012 it was reported that 20-year-old Jewish Italian tennis player Camila Giorgi, ranked # 73 in the world, was considering immigrating to Israel to help increase the prospects of the Israel Federation Cup team.