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The Latvia Fed Cup team represents Latvia in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Latvian Tennis Union. They currently compete in World Group II.

Latvia
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CaptainAdrians Žguns
ITF ranking12 Increase 3 (11 February 2019)
Highest ITF ranking12 (11 February 2019)
Colorswhite & carmine red
First year1992
Years played27
Ties played (W–L)97 (48–49)
Years in
World Group
2 (1–2)
Best finishWorld Group 2R (1993)
Most total winsIrina Kuzmina (19–13)
Most singles winsAnastasija Sevastova (13-3)
Most doubles winsDiāna Marcinkēviča (10–4)
Līga Dekmeijere(10–7)
Best doubles teamLīga Dekmeijere /
Irina Kuzmina (5–2)
Most ties playedDiāna Marcinkēviča (29)
Most years playedIrina Kuzmina(8)

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HistoryEdit

Latvia competed in its first Fed Cup in 1992. Their best result was reaching the round of 16 in 1993. Prior to 1992, Latvian players represented the Soviet Union. Larisa Savchenko holds the record for most doubles win (38) in Fed Cup. She achieved this record while playing for both Latvia and the Soviet Union.

Current team (2019)Edit

ResultsEdit

1992–1999Edit

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
1992 Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 13-15 April Athens (GRE)   Yugoslavia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 13-15 April Athens (GRE)   Malta 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 13-15 April Athens (GRE)   Tunisia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Quarterfinal 16 April Athens (GRE)   Greece 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Semifinal 16 April Athens (GRE)   Croatia 1–2 Lost
1993 Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 10-14 May Nottingham (ENG)   Hungary 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 10-14 May Nottingham (ENG)   Romania 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Round Robin 10-14 May Nottingham (ENG)   Norway 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone, Playoffs 15 May Nottingham (ENG)   Hungary 2–1 Won
World Group, First Round 20 July Frankfurt (GER)   Belgium 2–1 Won
World Group, Second Round 21 July Frankfurt (GER)   Netherlands 0–3 Lost
1994 World Group, First Round 19 July Frankfurt (GER)   Australia 1–2 Lost
1995 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 17-21 April Murcia (ESP)   Belarus 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 17-21 April Murcia (ESP)    Switzerland 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 17-21 April Murcia (ESP)   Finland 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Semifinals 17-21 April Murcia (ESP)   Hungary 1–2 Lost
1996 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-24 April Murcia (ESP)   Italy 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-24 April Murcia (ESP)   Sweden 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-24 April Murcia (ESP)   Norway 3–0 Won
1997 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-26 April Bari (ITA)   Slovenia 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-26 April Bari (ITA)   Israel 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 22-26 April Bari (ITA)   Georgia 3–0 Won
1998 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 14-18 April Murcia (ESP)   Romania 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 14-18 April Murcia (ESP)   South Africa 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 14-18 April Murcia (ESP)   Bulgaria 2–1 Won
1999 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 19-23 April Murcia (ESP)   South Africa 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 19-23 April Murcia (ESP)   Ukraine 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 19-23 April Murcia (ESP)   Denmark 2–1 Won

2000–2009Edit

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2000 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 15-21 May Murcia (ESP)   Hungary 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 15-21 May Murcia (ESP)   South Africa 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 15-21 May Murcia (ESP)   Greece 0–3 Lost
2001 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 14-17 May Belek (TUR)   Georgia 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 14-17 May Belek (TUR)   Ireland 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 14-17 May Belek (TUR)   Malta 2–1 Won
2002 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 9-13 April Pretoria (RSA)   South Africa 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 9-13 April Pretoria (RSA)   Algeria 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 9-13 April Pretoria (RSA)   Liechtenstein 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, First Round 9-13 April Pretoria (RSA)   Botswana 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Final 9-13 April Pretoria (RSA)   Denmark 0–3 Lost
2003 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 28 April-3 May Estoril (POR)   Greece 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 28 April-3 May Estoril (POR)   Algeria 2–1 Won
2004 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26 April-1 May Marsa (MLT)   Luxembourg 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26 April-1 May Marsa (MLT)   Ireland 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26 April-1 May Marsa (MLT)   Georgia 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26 April-1 May Marsa (MLT)   Finland 2–1 Won
2005 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 27-30 April Antalya (TUR)   Georgia 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 27-30 April Antalya (TUR)   Ireland 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 27-30 April Antalya (TUR)   Norway 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Promotion 27-30 April Antalya (TUR)   Romania 1–2 Lost
2006 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26-29 April Antalya (TUR)   Poland 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26-29 April Antalya (TUR)   Portugal 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 26-29 April Antalya (TUR)   Greece 1–2 Lost
2007 Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 23-27 April Vacoas-Phoenix (MRI)   Ireland 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 23-27 April Vacoas-Phoenix (MRI)   Montenegro 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 23-27 April Vacoas-Phoenix (MRI)   Malta 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 23-27 April Vacoas-Phoenix (MRI)   Moldova 3–0 Won
2008 Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 22-26 April Yerevan (ARM)   Norway 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 22-26 April Yerevan (ARM)   Mauritius 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 22-26 April Yerevan (ARM)   Iceland 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group III, Round Robin 22-26 April Yerevan (ARM)   Zimbabwe 3–0 Won
2009 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 21-25 April Antalya (TUR)   Portugal 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 21-25 April Antalya (TUR)   Morocco 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Promotion 21-25 April Antalya (TUR)   Georgia 3–0 Won

2010–2019Edit

Year Competition Date Location Opponent Score Result
2010 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Lisbon (POR)   Sweden 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Lisbon (POR)   Hungary 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Lisbon (POR)   Denmark 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Relegation 3-6 February Lisbon (POR)   Bosnia 3–0 Won
2011 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 2-5 February Eilat (ISR)   Netherlands 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 2-5 February Eilat (ISR)   Romania 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 2-5 February Eilat (ISR)   Hungary 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Relegation 2-5 February Eilat (ISR)   Bulgaria 0–2 Lost
2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 18-21 April Cairo (EGY)   Georgia 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 18-21 April Cairo (EGY)   Turkey 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 18-21 April Cairo (EGY)   Norway 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Relegation 18-21 April Cairo (EGY)   Denmark 3–0 Won
2013 Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 17-20 April Ulcinj (MNE)   Tunisia 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 17-20 April Ulcinj (MNE)   Finland 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Round Robin 17-20 April Ulcinj (MNE)   Estonia 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group II, Promotion 17-20 April Ulcinj (MNE)   Montenegro 2–1 Won
2014 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-9 February Budapest (HUN)   Romania 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-9 February Budapest (HUN)   Hungary 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-9 February Budapest (HUN)   Great Britain 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Relegation 4-9 February Budapest (HUN)   Slovenia 2–0 Won
2015 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-7 February Budapest (HUN)   Croatia 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-7 February Budapest (HUN)   Belgium 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 4-7 February Budapest (HUN)   Israel 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Relegation 4-7 February Budapest (HUN)   Austria 2–1 Won
2016 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Eilat (ISR)   Belgium 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Eilat (ISR)   Bulgaria 1–2 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 3-6 February Eilat (ISR)   Hungary 2–1 Won
2017 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 8-11 February Tallinn (EST)   Great Britain 0–3 Lost
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 8-11 February Tallinn (EST)   Turkey 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 8-11 February Tallinn (EST)   Portugal 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Placement 8-11 February Tallinn (EST)   Hungary 0–2 Lost
2018 Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 7-10 February Tallinn (EST)   Poland 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 7-10 February Tallinn (EST)   Turkey 2–1 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Round Robin 7-10 February Tallinn (EST)   Austria 3–0 Won
Europe/Africa Zone Group I, Promotion 7-10 February Tallinn (EST)   Serbia 2–1 Won
World Group II Playoffs 21-22 April Khanty-Mansiysk (RUS)   Russia 3–2 Won
2019 World Group II 9-10 February Riga (LAT)   Slovakia 4–0 Won
World Group Play-off 19-20 April Riga (LAT)   Germany 1–3 Lost

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