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Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup

Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup are the international team events in junior tennis (16 and under age category). Competitions were launched by the ITF in 1985 as the 16-and-under World Youth Cup, and rebranded in 2002 under the current names.[1]

Format: Each year nations enter regional qualifying events with the winners progressing to the Finals, where they compete to be crowned champion.[2]

The senior equivalents of the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup are the Davis Cup and Fed Cup, respectively.

WinnersEdit

Junior Davis CupEdit

Year Host Winner Score Runner-up
1985   Kobe   Australia
Shane Barr
Richard Fromberg
Jason Stoltenberg
2–1   United States
John Falbo
Francisco Montana
1986   Tokyo   Australia
Richard Fromberg
Jason Stoltenberg
Todd Woodbridge
2–1   United States
Michael Chang
Jim Courier
David Kass
1987   Freiburg im Breisgau   Australia
Johan Anderson
Jamie Morgan
Todd Woodbridge
3–0   Netherlands
Paul Dogger
Fernon Wibier
1988   Perth   Czechoslovakia
Martin Damm
Lukáš Hovorka
Jan Kodeš
2–1   United States
William Bull
Rick Leach
Brian MacPhie
1989   Asuncion   Germany
Scott Gessner
Gregor Paul
David Prinosil
2–1   Czechoslovakia
Pavel Gazda
Lukáš Thomas
1990   Rotterdam   Soviet Union
Yevgeni Kafelnikov
Andriy Medvedev
Dmitri Tomashevich
2–1   Australia
Grant Doyle
Brad Sceney
Tasos Vasiliadis
1991   Barcelona   Spain
Gonzalo Corrales
Albert Costa
2–1   Czechoslovakia
Filip Kaščák
David Škoch
1992   Castelldefels   France
Maxime Boyé
Nicolas Escudé
2–1   Germany
Alexander Nickel
Rene Nicklisch
1993   Wellington   France
Jean-François Bachelot
Olivier Mutis
Johann Potron
2–1   New Zealand
Scott Clark
Mark Nielsen
Teo Susnjak
1994   Tucson   Netherlands
Raemon Sluiter
Peter Wessels
2–1   Austria
Markus Hipfl
Clemens Trimmel
1995   Essen   Germany
Daniel Elsner
Thomas Messmer
Tomas Zivnicek
3–0   Czech Republic
Petr Kralert
Pavel Říha
Michal Tabara
1996   Zurich   France
Jérôme Haehnel
Julien Jeanpierre
Olivier Patience
2–1   Australia
Nathan Healey
Lleyton Hewitt
1997   Vancouver   Czech Republic
Ladislav Chramosta
Jaroslav Levinský
2–0   Venezuela
José de Armas
Ezequiel Nastari
1998   Cuneo   Spain
Marc López
Tommy Robredo
2–1   Croatia
Roko Karanušić
Mario Radić
1999   Perth   United States
Alex Bogomolov
Ryan Redondo
Travis Rettenmaier
3–0   Croatia
Mario Ančić
Tomislav Perić
Ivan Stelko
2000   Hiroshima   Australia
Ryan Henry
Todd Reid
2–0   Austria
Johannes Ager
Stefan Wiespeiner
2001   Santiago   Chile
Jorge Aguilar
Guillermo Hormazábal
Carlos Ríos
3–0   Germany
Sascha Klör
Bastian Koch
Marcel Zimmermann
2002   La Baule-Escoublac   Spain
Marcel Granollers
Rafael Nadal
Tomeu Salvá
3–0   United States
Brendan Evans
Scott Oudsema
Phillip Simmonds
2003   Essen   Germany
Matthias Bachinger
Mischa Zverev
2–1   France
Jérémy Chardy
Mathieu Dehaine
Jérémy Dréan
2004   Barcelona   Spain
Roberto Bautista-Agut
Pere Riba
2–1   Czech Republic
Dušan Lojda
Miroslav Navratil
Filip Zeman
2005   Barcelona   France
Kevin Botti
Jérôme Inzerillo
2–0   Czech Republic
Michal Konečný
Roman Jebavý
2006   Barcelona   Netherlands
Xander Spong
Tim van Terheijden
2–1   Russia
Evgeny Donskoy
Vladimir Karusevich
Vladimir Zinyakov
2007   Reggio Emilia   Australia
Bernard Tomic
Mark Verryth
2–0   Argentina
Guido Andreozzi
Kevin Konfederak
2008   San Luis Potosí   United States
Evan King
Denis Kudla
2–0   Argentina
Andrea Collarini
Agustín Velotti
2009   San Luis Potosí   Australia
Jason Kubler
Luke Saville
Joey Swaysland
2–1   Great Britain
Andrew Bettles
George Morgan
2010   San Luis Potosí   Japan
Kazuma Kawachi
Kaichi Uchida
2–0   Canada
Edward Nguyen
Filip Peliwo
2011   San Luis Potosí   Great Britain
Kyle Edmund
Evan Hoyt
2–0   Italy
Stefano Napolitano
Gianluigi Quinzi
2012   Barcelona   Italy
Filippo Baldi
Gianluigi Quinzi
2–1   Australia
Harry Bourchier
Thanasi Kokkinakis
2013   San Luis Potosí   Spain
Pedro Martínez
Jaume Munar
2–1   South Korea
Chung Yun-seong
Hong Seong-chan
Kang Ku-keon
2014   San Luis Potosí   United States
William Blumberg
Michael Mmoh
Gianni Ross
3–0   South Korea
Chung Yun-seong
Im Seong-taek
Oh Chan-yeong
2015   Madrid   Canada
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Denis Shapovalov
2–1   Germany
Nicola Kuhn
Marvin Möller
2016   Budapest   Russia
Alen Avidzba
Timofey Skatov
Alexey Zakharov
2–1   Canada
Félix Auger-Aliassime
Nicaise Muamba
Chih-Chi Huang
2017   Budapest   Czech Republic
Jonáš Forejtek
Dalibor Svrčina
2–0   United States
William Grant
Govind Nanda
2018   Budapest   Spain
Carlos Alcaraz
Mario González
Pablo Llamas
2–1   France
Martin Breysach
Lilian Mamousez
Harold Mayot

Junior Fed CupEdit

Year Host Winner Score Runner-up
1985   Kobe  
Czechoslovakia

Jana Pospíšilová
Radka Zrubáková
3–0  
Australia
Sally McCann
Nicole Provis
Wendy Frazer
1986   Tokyo  
Belgium

Sandra Wasserman
Ann Devries
Caroline Neuprez
2–1  
Czechoslovakia
Petra Langrová
Radka Zrubáková
1987   Freiburg im Breisgau  
Australia

Rachel McQuillan
Jo-Anne Faull
2–1  
Soviet Union
Elena Brioukhovets
Natalia Medvedeva
1988   Perth  
Australia

Kerry-Anne Guse
Lorrae Guse
Kirrily Sharpe
3–0  
Argentina
Federica Haumuller
Cristina Tessi
Ines Gorrochategui
1989   Asunción  
West Germany

Maja Živec-Škulj
Anke Huber
Katharina Düll
2–1  
Czechoslovakia
Klára Matoušková
Karina Habšudová
Petra Kučová
1990   Rotterdam  
Netherlands

Petra Kamstra
Linda Niemantsverdriet
2–1  
Soviet Union
Irina Sukhova
Tatiana Ignatieva
1991   Barcelona  
Germany

Heike Rusch
Marketa Kochta
Kirstin Freye
2–1  
Paraguay
Larissa Schaerer
Rossana De Los Rios
1992   Castelldefels  
Belgium

Laurence Courtois
Nancy Feber
Stephanie Devillé
3–0  
Argentina
Laura Montalvo
María Luciana Reynares
Mariana Díaz Oliva
1993   Wellington  
Australia

Siobhan Drake-Brockman
Annabel Ellwood
Jodi Richardson
2–1  
United States
Stephanie Nickitas
Amanda Basica
Cristina Moros
1994   Tucson  
South Africa

Jessica Steck
Surina De Beer
3–0  
France
Amélie Cocheteux
Amélie Castéra
Kildine Chevalier
1995   Essen  
France

Karolina Jagieniak
Amélie Mauresmo
Kildine Chevalier
2–1  
Germany
Stephanie Kovacic
Sandra Klösel
Caroline Christian
1996   Zürich  
Slovenia

Katarina Srebotnik
Petra Rampre
2–1  
Germany
Stephanie Kovacic
Jasmin Wöhr
1997   Vancouver  
Russia

Anastasia Myskina
Elena Dementieva
2–0  
France
Samantha Schoeffel
Stéphanie Rizzi
1998   Cuneo  
Italy

Roberta Vinci
Maria Elena Camerin
Flavia Pennetta
2–1  
Slovakia
Stanislava Hrozenská
Daniela Hantuchová
1999   Perth  
Argentina

Gisela Dulko
Maria Emilia Salerni
Eugenia Chialvo
2–1  
Slovakia
Lenka Dlhopolcová
Ľubomíra Kurhajcová
2000   Hiroshima  
Czech Republic

Eva Birnerová
Petra Cetkovská
Ema Janaskova
2–1  
Hungary
Dorottya Magas
Virág Németh
2001   Santiago  
Czech Republic

Petra Cetkovská
Barbora Strýcová
Lucie Šafářová
3–0  
Poland
Olga Brózda
Marta Domachowska
Alicja Rosolska
2002   La Baule-Escoublac  
Belarus

Darya Kustova
Anastasiya Yakimova
3–0  
Czech Republic
Andrea Hlaváčková
Kateřina Böhmová
2003   Essen  
Netherlands

Bibiane Schoofs
Michaëlla Krajicek
2–1  
Canada
Ekaterina Shulaeva
Aleksandra Wozniak
Katarina Zoricic
2004   Barcelona  
Argentina

Betina Jozami
Florencia Molinero
2–0  
Canada
Valérie Tétreault
Sharon Fichman
2005   Barcelona  
Poland

Urszula Radwańska
Agnieszka Radwańska
2–0  
France
Estelle Guisard
Alizé Cornet
2006   Barcelona  
Belarus

Ima Bohush
Ksenia Milevskaya
2–1  
Russia
Ksenia Lykina
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Yulia Solonitskaya
2007   Reggio Emilia  
Australia

Sally Peers
Isabella Holland
2–1  
Poland
Sandra Zaniewska
Katarzyna Piter
2008   San Luis Potosí  
United States

Christina McHale
Kristie Ahn
2–0  
Great Britain
Heather Watson
Tara Moore
2009   San Luis Potosí  
Russia

Ksenia Kiriilova
Daria Gavrilova
2–0  
Germany
Stephanie Wagner
Annika Beck
2010   San Luis Potosí  
Russia

Margarita Gasparyan
Daria Gavrilova
2–1  
China
Tian Ran
Tang Haochen
Zheng Saisai
2011   San Luis Potosí  
Australia

Belinda Woolcock
Ashleigh Barty
2–0  
Canada
Carol Zhao
Françoise Abanda
2012   Barcelona  
United States

Louisa Chirico
Taylor Townsend
Gabrielle Andrews
3–0  
Russia
Alina Silich
Elizaveta Kulichkova
Daria Kasatkina
2013   San Luis Potosí  
Russia

Veronika Kudermetova
Daria Kasatkina
2–0  
Australia
Priscilla Hon
Naiktha Bains
2014   San Luis Potosí  
United States

Tornado Alicia Black
CiCi Bellis
Sofia Kenin
3–0  
Slovakia
Tereza Mihalíková
Viktória Kužmová
Tamara Kupkova
2015   Madrid  
Czech Republic

Monika Kilnarová
Markéta Vondroušová
Anna Slováková
2–1  
United States
Kayla Day
Claire Liu
2016   Budapest  
Poland

Iga Świątek
Maja Chwalińska
Stefania Rogozińska-Dzik
2–1  
United States
Amanda Anisimova
Claire Liu
Caty McNally
2017   Budapest  
United States

Whitney Osuigwe
Caty McNally
2–0  
Japan
Yuki Naito
Naho Sato
2018   Budapest  
United States

Cori Gauff
Alexa Noel
Connie Ma
2–1  
Ukraine
Lyubov Kostenko
Daria Lopatetska
Kateryna Rublevska

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