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Tennis - Fed Cup

The Fed Cup is the women's equivalent of the Davis Cup. It was first held 63 years after the creation of the men's event, under the name of the "Federation Cup", to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the International Tennis Federation. Unlike the Davis Cup, it has always been open to all nations.The format from 1963 through to 1995 saw a week-long event held at a different venue each year. In 1992, regional qualifying matches were introduced as the volume of entries made it impractical to host a single tournament. Three years later the competition was re-named the Fed Cup and adopted the Davis Cup format, although the "World Group" consists of eight, as opposed to 16, nations.

More than 80 teams annually compete in the Fed Cup.
 
YEAR
WINNERS
1963
UNITED STATES
1964
AUSTRALIA
1965
AUSTRALIA
1966
UNITED STATES
1967
UNITED STATES
1968
AUSTRALIA
1969
UNITED STATES
1970
AUSTRALIA
1971
AUSTRALIA
1972
SOUTH AFRICA 
1973
AUSTRALIA 
1974
AUSTRALIA
1975
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
1976
UNITED STATES
1977
UNITED STATES
1978
UNITED STATES
1979
UNITED STATES
1980
UNITED STATES
1981
UNITED STATES
1982
UNITED STATES
1983
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
1984
CZECHOSLAVAKIA 
1985
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
1986
UNITED STATES
1987
WEST GERMANY
1988
CZECHOSLOVAKIA
1989
UNITED STATES
1990
UNITED STATES
1991
SPAIN 
1992
GERMANY 
1993
SPAIN
1994
SPAIN
1995
SPAIN
1996
UNITED STATES
1997
FRANCE 
1998
SPAIN
1999
UNITED STATES
2000
UNITED STATES
2001
BELGIUM
2002
SLOVAKIA
2003
FRANCE
2004
RUSSIA 
2005
RUSSIA
2006
ITALY 
2007
RUSSIA
2008
RUSSIA
2009
ITALY 
2010
ITALY 
2011 CZECH REPUBLIC
2012 CZECH REPUBLIC
2013 ITALY
2014 CZECH REPUBLIC
2015 CZECH REPUBLIC
2016 CZECH REPUBLIC
2017 UNITED STATES
2018 CZECH REPUBLIC

 

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