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Poland Fed Cup team

The Poland Fed Cup team represents Poland in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Polski Związek Tenisowy. They currently compete in the World Group.

Poland
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CaptainDawid Celt
ITF ranking18 Decrease 3 (18 April 2016)
Highest ITF ranking7 (22 April 2014)
Colorsred & white
First year1966
Years played35
Ties played (W–L)113 (58–55)
Years in
World Group
14 (5–14)
Best finishWorld Group QF (1992, 2015)
Most total winsAgnieszka Radwańska (42–11)
Most singles winsAgnieszka Radwańska (34–9)
Most doubles winsAlicja Rosolska(21–10)
Best doubles teamKlaudia Jans-Ignacik /
Alicja Rosolska (14–8)
Most ties playedAgnieszka Radwańska (35)
Most years playedKlaudia Jans-Ignacik
Alicja Rosolska (11)

The Radwańska sisters won three singles competitions, Katarzyna Piter and Alicja Rosolska won double match and they gave Poland return to World Group II for the first time since 2010 with a 4-1 victory over Belgium in the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group II play-off.

Current Team (2018)Edit

HistoryEdit

Poland competed in its first Fed Cup in 1966. Their best result was reaching the quarterfinals in 1992.

 
Agnieszka Radwańska
 
Urszula Radwańska
 
Alicja Rosolska
 
Klaudia Jans-Ignacik
Legend
World Group
World Group Play-off
World Group II
World Group II Play-off
Europe/Africa Group

2010–2019Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
2016 Fed Cup World Group II 1st Round 06–7 February 2016
 
  United States Hard Loss 0-4
2015 Fed Cup World Group Play-off 18–19 April 2015
  Zielona Góra, Poland
   Switzerland Hard Loss 2-3
World Group 1st Round 9–10 February 2015
  Kraków, Poland
  Russia Hard (i) Loss 0–4
2014 Fed Cup World Group Play-off 19–20 April 2014
  Barcelona, Spain
  Spain Clay Win 3–2
World Group II 8–9 February 2014
  Borås, Sweden
  Sweden Hard (i) Win 3–2
2013 Fed Cup World Group II Play-off 20–21 April 2013
  Koksijde, Belgium
  Belgium Hard (i) Win 4–1
Europe/Africa Group I 6–9 February 2013
  Eilat, Israel
  Croatia Hard Win 2–1
  Israel Win 2–1
  Turkey Win 3–0
  Romania Win 2–1
2012 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 1–4 February 2012
  Eilat, Israel
  Sweden Hard Lost 1–2
  Romania Win 2–1
  Croatia Win 3–0
  Luxembourg Win 3–0
2011 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 2–5 February 2011
  Eilat, Israel
  Belarus Hard Lost 0–2
  Luxembourg Win 2–1
  Israel Win 2–1
  Bulgaria Lost 1–2
2010 Fed Cup World Group II Play-off 24–25 April 2010
  Sopot, Poland
  Spain Carpet (i) Lost 1–4
World Group II 6–7 February 2010
  Bydgoszcz, Poland
  Belgium Carpet (i) Lost 2–3

2000–2009Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
2009 Fed Cup World Group II Play-off 25–26 April 2009
  Gdynia, Poland
  Japan Clay Win 3–2
Europe/Africa Group I 4–7 February 2009
  Tallinn, Estonia
  Great Britain Hard (i) Win 2–1
  Israel Win 2–1
  Sweden Win 3–0
  Romania Win 2–1
2008 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 30 January–1 February 2008
  Budapest, Hungary
  Georgia Carpet (i) Win 3–0
  Serbia Lost 1–2
  Romania Lost 0–3
2007 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 18–21 April 2007
  Plovdiv, Bulgaria
  Ukraine Clay Lost 1–2
  Great Britain Win 3–0
  Bulgaria Win 3–0
  Luxembourg Win 3–0
2006 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group II 26–29 April 2006
  Antalya, Turkey
  Georgia Clay Win 3–0
  Latvia Win 3–0
  Greece Win 3–0
  Portugal Win 3–0
2005 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 19–24 April 2005
  Antalya, Turkey
  Estonia Clay Lost 0–3
  Sweden Lost 1–2
  Luxembourg Lost 1–2
  Netherlands Lost 0–3
2004 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 19–24 April 2004
  Athens, Greece
  Bulgaria Clay Lost 1–2
  Estonia Lost 1–2
  Greece Win 2–1
2003 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 21–26 April 2003
  Estoril, Portugal
  Hungary Clay Lost 1–2
  Ireland Win 2–1
  Great Britain Lost 1–2
  Netherlands Win 2–1
2002 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 24–28 April 2002
  Antalya, Turkey
  Turkey Clay Win 2–1
  Luxembourg Lost 0–3
  Yugoslavia Lost 1–2
2001 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 24–28 April 2001
  Murcia, Spain
  Macedonia Clay Win 3–0
  Netherlands Lost 0–3
  Yugoslavia Lost 0–3
2000 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 15–21 May 2000
  Murcia, Spain
  Romania Clay Lost 0–3
  Morocco Win 3–0
  Slovenia Lost 0–3
  Belarus Lost 0–3

1990–1999Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
1999 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 19–23 April 1999
  Murcia, Spain
  Luxembourg Clay Lost 1–2
  Georgia Win 3–0
  Slovenia Lost 1–2
1998 Fed Cup World Group II Play-off 25–26 July 1998
  Bergheim, Austria
  Austria Clay Lost 0–5
Europe/Africa Group I 14–28 April 1998
  Murcia, Spain
  Romania Clay Win 2–0
  Greece Win 2–1
  Portugal Win 2–1
  Great Britain Win 2–1
  Madagascar Win 3–0
1997 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 22–26 April 1997
  Bari, Italy
  Finland Clay Win 3–0
  Belarus Lost 0–3
  Hungary Lost 0–3
1996 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group II 25–30 March 1996
  Ramat Hasharon, Israel
  Denmark Hard Win 2–1
  Ethiopia Win 3–0
  Botswana Win 3–0
  Lithuania Win 3–0
1995 Fed Cup Europe/Africa Group I 17–21 April 1995
  Murcia, Spain
  Great Britain Clay Lost 1–2
  Slovenia Lost 1–2
  Czech Republic Lost 0–3
1994 Fed Cup World Group 1st Round 19 July 1994
  Frankfurt, Germany
  Austria Clay Lost 1–2
1993 Fed Cup World Group 1st Round 19 July 1993
  Frankfurt, Germany
  Indonesia Clay Lost 1–2
World Group Play-off 22 July 1993
  Frankfurt, Germany
  Great Britain Clay Win 2–1
1992 Fed Cup World Group Quarterfinal 13–19 July 1992
  Frankfurt, Germany
  Germany Clay Lost 0–3
World Group 2nd Round   Sweden Win 2–1
World Group 1st Round   Israel Win 3–0
1991 Fed Cup World Group 2nd Round 18–28 July 1991
  Nottingham, United Kingdom
  Indonesia Hard Lost 1–2
World Group 1st Round   France Win 2–1
World Group Qualifying Round   Kenya Win 3–0
World Group Qualifying Round   Uruguay Win 3–0
1990 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 21–29 July 1990
  Norcross, United States
  Argentina Hard Lost 0–3
World Group, Consolation Round   Dominican Republic Win 2–1
World Group 1st Round   United States Lost 0–3
World Group Qualifying Round   Uruguay Win 2–1

1980–1989Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
1989 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 1–9 October 1989
  Tokyo, Japan
  Brazil Hard Lost 1–2
World Group 1st Round   Denmark Lost 0–3
World Group, Qualifying Round   Singapore Win 3–0
1988 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 4–11 December 1988
  Melbourne, Australia
  Israel Hard Lost 0–3
World Group 1st Round   Italy Lost 1–2
1987 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 26 July–2 August 1987
  Vancouver, Canada
  Ireland Hard Lost 0–3
World Group 1st Round   Yugoslavia Lost 1–2
World Group, Qualifying Round   Philippines Win 2–1
1986 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 20–27 July 1986
  Prague, Czechoslovakia
  Hungary Clay Lost 0–3
World Group 1st Round   Yugoslavia Lost 0–3
World Group, Qualifying Round   Mexico Win 3–0
1985 Fed Cup Not played
1984 Fed Cup
1983 Fed Cup
1982 Fed Cup
1981 Fed Cup
1980 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 20–27 July 1986
  West Berlin, West Germany
  Canada Clay Lost 0–2
World Group, Consolation Round   Chinese Taipei Win 3–0
World Group 1st Round   United States Lost 0–3

1970–1979Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
1979 Fed Cup Not played
1978 Fed Cup
1977 Fed Cup
1976 Fed Cup
1975 Fed Cup
1974 Fed Cup World Group, Consolation Round 13–19 May 1974
  Naples, Italy
  Japan Clay Lost 1–2
  Sweden Win 2–1
   Switzerland Win 3–0
World Group 2nd Round   United States Lost 0–3
World Group 1st Round   Luxembourg Win 3–0
1973 Fed Cup World Group 1st Round 30 April–6 May 1973
  Bad Homburg, West Germany
  Luxembourg Clay Walkover
1972 Fed Cup Not played
1971 Fed Cup
1970 Fed Cup World Group 1st Round 19–24 May 1970
  Freiburg, West Germany
  Italy Clay Walkover

1960–1969Edit

Edition Round Date Against Surface Team Result
1969 Fed Cup World Group 2nd Round 19–25 May 1969
  Athens, Greece
  Australia Clay Walkover
1968 Fed Cup World Group 2nd Round 21–26 May 1968
  Paris, France
  Netherlands Clay Lost 1–2
World Group 1st Round   Greece Win 2–0
1967 Fed Cup World Group 2nd Round 6–11 June 1967
  West Berlin, West Germany
  France Clay Walkover
1966 Fed Cup World Group 2nd Round 10–16 May 1966
  Turin, Italy
  Czechoslovakia Clay Lost 0–3
World Group 1st Round   East Germany Walkover

Head-to-head recordEdit

See alsoEdit

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