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Algeria Fed Cup Team
The Algeria
Algeria
Fed Cup
Fed Cup
team represents Algeria
Algeria
in Fed Cup
Fed Cup
tennis competition and are governed by the Fédération Algerienne de Tennis. They currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group III. History[edit] Algeria
Algeria
competed in its first Fed Cup
Fed Cup
in 1997
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ITF Rankings
The ITF Rankings are the current rankings of national teams by the International Tennis Federation
International Tennis Federation
in both men's and women's tennis. The ITF produces two sets of rankings—the ITF Davis Cup
Davis Cup
Nations Ranking for male national teams, and the ITF Fed Cup
Fed Cup
Nations Ranking for female national teams. Both sets of rankings measure the success of all nations participating in both competitions. The ITF Davis Cup
Davis Cup
Nations Ranking was launched at the end of 2001 and the ITF Fed Cup
Fed Cup
Nations Ranking was introduced a year later
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1986 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1986 Federation Cup was the 24th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at I. Czech Lawn Tennis
Tennis
Club in Prague, Czechoslovakia, from 20–27 July. The United States
United States
defeated three-time defending champions Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
in the final (in what was a rematch of last year's final), giving the USA their 12th title. The finals marked Martina Navratilova's first return to Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
since her defection to the United States
United States
in 1975.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 Romania
Romania
vs. Ireland 1.2 Belgium
Belgium
vs. Finland 1.3 Indonesia
Indonesia
vs. Chile 1.4 Poland
Poland
vs
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1978 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1978 Federation Cup was the 16th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Kooyong Lawn Tennis
Tennis
Club in Melbourne, Australia, from 27 November – 3 December. The United States
United States
won their third consecutive title, defeating Australia
Australia
in their eighth final.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 Ireland vs. Finland 1.2 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Chinese Taipei 1.3 Philippines
Philippines
vs. Thailand2 Main draw2.1 First round2.1.1 United States
United States
vs. South Korea 2.1.2 Canada
Canada
vs. New Zealand 2.1.3 Argentina
Argentina
vs. Denmark 2.1.4 Sweden
Sweden
vs. France 2.1.5 Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
vs
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1979 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1979 Federation Cup was the 17th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the RSHE Club Campo in Madrid, Spain, from 30 April – 6 May. The United States
United States
won their fourth consecutive title, defeating Australia
Australia
in their ninth final.Contents1 Participating teams 2 Draw2.1 First Round2.1.1 South Korea
South Korea
vs. West Germany 2.1.2 Thailand
Thailand
vs. Italy 2.1.3 Indonesia
Indonesia
vs. France 2.1.4 Switzerland
Switzerland
vs. Denmark 2.1.5 Mexico
Mexico
vs. Romania 2.1.6 Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
vs. Luxembourg 2.1.7 Portugal
Portugal
vs. Soviet Union 2.1.8 Great Britain vs. New Zealand 2.1.9 Ireland vs. Belgium 2.1.10 Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
vs
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1980 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1980 Federation Cup was the 18th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Rot-Weiss Tennis
Tennis
Club in West Berlin
West Berlin
from 19–25 May. The United States
United States
won their fifth consecutive title, defeating Australia
Australia
in their tenth and record eighth consecutive final.Contents1 Participating Teams 2 Draw2.1 First Round2.1.1 United States
United States
vs. Poland 2.1.2 New Zealand
New Zealand
vs. Mexico 2.1.3 Belgium
Belgium
vs. Italy 2.1.4 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Soviet Union 2.1.5 Switzerland
Switzerland
vs. Denmark 2.1.6 Ireland vs. Romania 2.1.7 Canada
Canada
vs
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1981 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1981 Federation Cup (also known as the 1981 Federation Cup by NEC for sponsorship purposes) was the 19th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Tamagawa-en Racquet Club in Tokyo, Japan, from 9–15 November. The United States
United States
won their sixth consecutive title, defeating Great Britain in the final, in what was a rematch of the 1967 Federation Cup.Contents1 Participating Teams 2 Draw2.1 First Round2.1.1 United States
United States
vs. South Korea 2.1.2 Spain
Spain
vs. Mexico 2.1.3 Indonesia
Indonesia
vs. Israel 2.1.4 Hungary
Hungary
vs. Romania 2.1.5 Switzerland
Switzerland
vs. Greece 2.1.6 New Zealand
New Zealand
vs. Chinese Taipei 2.1.7 Brazil
Brazil
vs. Ireland 2.1.8 Japan
Japan
vs
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1982 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1982 Federation Cup was the 20th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Decathlon Club in Santa Clara, CA, United States, from 19–25 July. The United States
United States
won their record seventh consecutive title, defeating West Germany
West Germany
in the final without losing a rubber.Contents1 Participating Teams 2 Draw2.1 First Round2.1.1 United States
United States
vs. Indonesia 2.1.2 Belgium
Belgium
vs. Mexico 2.1.3 Brazil
Brazil
vs. France 2.1.4 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
vs. Chinese Taipei 2.1.5 Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
vs. Canada 2.1.6 Philippines
Philippines
vs. Senegal 2.1.7 Austria
Austria
vs. Israel 2.1.8 Italy
Italy
vs
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1983 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1983 Federation Cup was the 21st edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Albisguetli Tennis
Tennis
Club in Zürich, Switzerland, from 17–24 July. Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
won the title, defeating West Germany
West Germany
in the final, in what was the first final since 1972 that didn't involve United States
United States
or Australia.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Jamaica 1.2 Israel
Israel
vs. Chinese Taipei 1.3 Denmark
Denmark
vs. Luxembourg 1.4 Mexico
Mexico
vs. Ireland 1.5 Norway
Norway
vs. Portugal 1.6 China
China
vs
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1984 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1984 Federation Cup was the 22nd edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Esporte Clube Pinheiros
Esporte Clube Pinheiros
in São Paulo, Brazil, from 15–22 July. Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
successfully defended their title, defeating Australia
Australia
in the final.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Zimbabwe 1.2 Chile
Chile
vs. Philippines 1.3 Colombia
Colombia
vs. Indonesia 1.4 Venezuela
Venezuela
vs. Portugal2 Main draw2.1 First round2.1.1 Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
vs. Venezuela 2.1.2 Japan
Japan
vs. Greece 2.1.3 France
France
vs
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1985 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1985 Federation Cup was the 23rd edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Nagoya
Nagoya
Green Tennis
Tennis
Club in Nagoya, Japan, from 6–14 October. Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
defeated the United States
United States
in the final, giving Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
their 4th and 3rd consecutive title.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Philippines 1.2 Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
vs. Finland 1.3 China
China
vs. Indonesia 1.4 Norway
Norway
vs. Chile 1.5 Ireland vs. Thailand 1.6 Belgium
Belgium
vs
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1987 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1987 Federation Cup was the 25th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at Hollyburn Country Club in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, from 26 July – 2 August. West Germany
West Germany
won their first title, defeating the United States
United States
in the final. This was their first victory after four previous final appearances.Contents1 Qualifying round1.1 Israel
Israel
vs. Zimbabwe 1.2 Norway
Norway
vs. Peru 1.3 Denmark
Denmark
vs. Luxembourg 1.4 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Mexico 1.5 Chile
Chile
vs. China 1.6 Ireland vs. Chinese Taipei 1.7 Poland
Poland
vs. Philippines 1.8 Indonesia
Indonesia
vs. Finland 1.9 Switzerland
Switzerland
vs
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1975 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1975 Federation Cup was the 13th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. 31 nations participated in the tournament, which was held at the Aixoise C.C., Aix-en-Provence, France, from 5–11 May. Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
defeated Australia
Australia
in the final, giving Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
their first title.Contents1 Participating Teams 2 Draw2.1 First Round2.1.1 Israel
Israel
vs. Belgium 2.1.2 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
vs. Romania 2.1.3 Brazil
Brazil
vs. Italy 2.1.4 South Africa
South Africa
vs. Norway 2.1.5 Canada
Canada
vs. Japan 2.1.6 New Zealand
New Zealand
vs. Sweden 2.1.7 Switzerland
Switzerland
vs. United States 2.1.8 Great Britain vs
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1988 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1988 Federation Cup was the 26th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at Flinders Park in Melbourne, Australia, from 4–11 December. Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
defeated the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
in the final (in what was the first time the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
reached the semifinals since 1979), giving Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
their 5th title, and 4th in six years.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 China
China
vs. Malta 1.2 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
vs. Chinese Taipei 1.3 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Ireland 1.4 Bulgaria
Bulgaria
vs. Philippines2 Main draw2.1 First round2.1.1 West Germany
West Germany
vs. Mexico 2.1.2 Japan
Japan
vs
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1989 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1989 Federation Cup was the 27th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at Ariake Tennis Forest Park in Tokyo, Japan, from 1–9 October. The United States won the tournament without losing a rubber, defeating Spain in the final (in what was only Spain's first semifinal and second quarterfinal appearance), giving the USA their 13th title.Contents1 Qualifying Round1.1 South Korea vs. Israel 1.2 Yugoslavia vs. Jamaica 1.3 Thailand vs. Malta 1.4 China vs. Luxembourg 1.5 Mexico vs. Chinese Taipei 1.6 Philippines vs. Ireland 1.7 Indonesia vs. Malaysia 1.8 Poland vs. Singapore2 Main draw2.1 First round2.1.1 Czechoslovakia vs. Belgium 2.1.2 Thailand vs. Hungary 2.1.3 Sweden vs. Japan 2.1.4 Finland vs. West Germany 2.1.5 Austria vs. Mexico 2.1.6 Indonesia vs. Great Britain 2.1.7 United States vs. Greece 2.1.8 Poland vs. Denmark 2.1.9 Australia vs. China 2.1.10 Italy vs. New Zealand 2.1.11 South Korea vs
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1990 Federation Cup (tennis)
The 1990 Federation Cup was the 28th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. The tournament was held at the Peachtree World of Tennis
Tennis
in Norcross, GA, United States, from 21–29 July. The United States
United States
defeated the Soviet Union in the final, giving the USA their 14th and 2nd consecutive title.Contents1 Qualifying Rounds1.1 Pre Qualifying1.1.1 Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
vs. Bahamas 1.1.2 Malta
Malta
vs. Sri Lanka 1.1.3 Philippines
Philippines
vs. Trinidad and Tobago1.2 Main Qualifying1.2.1 Chinese Taipei
Chinese Taipei
vs. Venezuela 1.2.2 South Korea
South Korea
vs. Luxembourg 1.2.3 Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic
vs. Thailand 1.2.4 China
China
vs. Mexico 1.2.5 Hong Kong
Hong Kong
vs
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