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Serbia Fed Cup team

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Covid-19
Highest ranking  4 (23 April 2012)
Runners-up  1 (2012)
Appearances  3 (2–3)
Captain  Tatjana Ječmenica
Serbia Fed Cup team
Current ranking  17 7 (13 February 2017)
Most total wins  Jelena Janković (34–16)
Most singles wins  Jelena Janković (27–11)

The Serbian Fed Cup team represents Serbia in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Tennis Federation of Serbia. They currently compete in World Group II Play-offs. From 5 June 2006 team is playing under the name of Serbia.

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Team reached the 2012 final after beating Belgium and Russia in away ties and lost to Czech Republic in Prague in their first ever Fed Cup final.

Olympic Committee of Serbia declared Fed Cup team for the best female team of the year 2012.

Current team

The following players were called up for the 2017 Fed Cup E/A Zone I in February 2017.

Recent call-ups

The following players were part of a team in the last few years.

WTA Rankings as of 13 February 2017

Before 1992

Serbia, together with other former Yugoslavian countries, competed in its first Fed Cup in 1969, as Yugoslavian Fed Cup team until 1992. Yugoslavia reached the semifinals in 1984, with 1977 French Open champion, Mima Jaušovec and Sabrina Goleš in the team.

From 1995

Together with, what is now Montenegro Fed Cup team, Serbia competed under name of Yugoslavia from 1995 until 2003; and from 2004–2006 under name of Serbia and Montenegro. After Montenegro declared its independence, Serbia is competing under its present name since 2007.

The biggest success from 1995 is when Serbia Fed Cup team reached the final in 2012 Fed Cup World Group, where they lost to Czech Republic in away tie.

Serbia considers as the direct successor of Fed Cup team Serbia and Montenegro, FR Yugoslavia and SFR Yugoslavia.

Former teams

  • 1963: Didn't compete
  • 1964: Didn't compete
  • 1965: Didn't compete
  • 1966: Didn't compete
  • 1967: Didn't compete
  • 1968: Didn't compete
  • 1969: Lena Dvornik – Biljana Kostić – Irena Škulj
  • 1970: Biljana Kostić – Alenka Pipan – Irena Škulj
  • 1971: Didn't compete
  • 1972: Didn't compete
  • 1973: Jelena Genčić – Mima Jaušovec
  • 1974: Didn't compete
  • 1975: Dora Alavantić – Mima Jaušovec
  • 1976: Dora Alavantić – Mima Jaušovec – Judita Papišta
  • 1977: Didn't compete
  • 1978: Nenni Delmestre – Mima Jaušovec
  • 1979: Lea Degen – Mima Jaušovec – Renata Šašak
  • 1980: Mima Jaušovec – Renata Šašak
  • 1981: Sabrina Goleš – Mima Jaušovec – Renata Šašak
  • 1982: Didn't compete
  • 1983: Sabrina Goleš – Renata Šašak
  • 1984: Sabrina Goleš – Mima Jaušovec – Renata Šašak
  • 1985: Sabrina Goleš – Mima Jaušovec – Aila Winkler
  • 1986: Sabrina Goleš – Karmen Škulj – Aila Winkler
  • 1987: Sabrina Goleš – Renata Šašak – Karmen Škulj
  • 1988: Tanja Černe – Mima Jaušovec – Karmen Škulj
  • 1989: Nadin Ercegović – Sabrina Goleš – Mima Jaušovec
  • 1990: Nadin Ercegović – Sabrina Goleš – Gorana Matić
  • 1991: Nadin Ercegović – Ljudmila Pavlov
  • 1992: Ljudmila Pavlov – Branislava Ivanović – Marijana Ranđelović
  • 1993: UN sport sanctions
  • 1994: UN sport sanctions
  • 1995: Dragana Zarić – Katarina Dašković – Dragana Ilić – Branislava Ivanović
  • 1996: Dragana Zarić – Sandra Naćuk – Branislava Ivanović
  • 1997: Dragana Zarić – Sandra Naćuk – Dragana Ilić – Ljiljana Nanušević
  • 1998: Sandra Naćuk – Dragana Zarić – Tatjana Ječmenica – Sanja Jukić
  • 1999: Dragana Zarić – Branka Bojović – Borka Majstorović
  • 2000: Katarina Mišić – Marina Petrović – Dragana Zarić – Renata Ljukovčan
  • 2001: Sandra Naćuk – Dragana Zarić – Katarina Mišić – Jelena Janković
  • 2002: Dragana Zarić – Katarina Mišić – Jelena Janković – Daniela Berček
  • 2003: Jelena Janković – Dragana Zarić – Katarina Mišić – Ana Jovanović (DNP)
  • 2004: Jelena Dokic – Jelena Janković – Ana Timotić – Dragana Zarić
  • 2005: Jelena Janković – Ana Timotić – Dragana Zarić – Ana Jovanović
  • 2006: Ana Ivanovic – Ana Timotić – Danica Krstajić – Ana Veselinović (DNP)
  • 2007: Jelena Janković – Vojislava Lukić – Ana Timotić – Ana Jovanović – Nataša Zorić (DNP)
  • 2008: Jelena Janković – Ana Ivanovic – Jelena Janković – Ana Jovanović – Teodora Mirčić
  • 2009: Jelena Janković – Ana Ivanovic – Ana Jovanović – Aleksandra Krunić – Bojana Jovanovski (DNP)
  • 2010: Jelena Janković – Ana Ivanovic – Bojana Jovanovski – Ana Jovanović (DNP) – Aleksandra Krunić (DNP)
  • 2011: Jelena Janković – Ana Ivanovic – Bojana Jovanovski – Aleksandra Krunić – Ana Jovanović – Tamara Čurović (DNP)
  • 2012: Jelena Janković – Ana Ivanovic – Bojana Jovanovski – Aleksandra Krunić – Natalija Kostić (DNP)
  • 2013: Ana Ivanovic – Bojana Jovanovski – Vesna Dolonc – Aleksandra Krunić – Ivana Jorović (DNP)
  • 2014: Ana Ivanovic – Bojana Jovanovski – Vesna Dolonc – Jovana Jakšić – Aleksandra Krunić (DNP) – Nina Stojanović
  • 2015: Ana Ivanovic – Jelena Janković (DNP) – Aleksandra Krunić – Ivana Jorović – Doroteja Erić (DNP) – Vojislava Lukić (DNP)
  • 2016: Jelena Janković – Bojana Jovanovski (DNP) – Aleksandra Krunić – Jovana Jakšić – Ivana Jorović – Nina Stojanović
  • 2017: Nina Stojanović – Ivana Jorović – Dejana Radanović – Bojana Marinković – Olga Danilović (INJ)
  • References

    Serbia Fed Cup team Wikipedia


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