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Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup

Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup are the international team events in junior tennis.

The senior equivalents of the Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup are the Davis Cup and Fed Cup, respectively.

Winners

Junior Davis Cup

  • 1985: Australia
  • 1986: Australia (2)
  • 1987: Australia (3)
  • 1988: Czechoslovakia
  • 1989: West Germany
  • 1990: USSR
  • 1991: Spain
  • 1992: France
  • 1993: France (2)
  • 1994: Netherlands
  • 1995: Germany (2)
  • 1996: France (3)
  • 1997: Czech Republic (2)
  • 1998: Spain (2)
  • 1999: USA
  • 2000: Australia (4)
  • 2001: Chile
  • 2002: Spain (3)
  • 2003: Germany (3)
  • 2004: Spain (4)
  • 2005: France (4)
  • 2006: Netherlands (2)
  • 2007: Australia (5)
  • 2008: USA (2)
  • 2009: Australia (6)
  • 2010: Japan
  • 2011: Great Britain
  • 2012: Italy
  • 2013: Spain (5)
  • 2014: USA (3)
  • 2015: Canada

Junior Fed Cup

Year Host Winner Score Runner-up
1985 Kobe
Czechoslovakia
3–0
Australia
1986 Tokyo
Belgium
2–1
Czechoslovakia
1987 Freiburg im Breisgau
Australia
2–1
Soviet Union
1988 Perth
Australia
3–0
Argentina
1989 Asunción
West Germany
2–1
Czechoslovakia
1990 Rotterdam
Netherlands
2–1
Soviet Union
1991 Barcelona
Germany
2–1
Paraguay
1992 Castelldefels
Belgium
3–0
Argentina
1993 Wellington
Australia
2–1
United States
1994 Tucson
South Africa
3–0
France
1995 Essen
France
2–1
Germany
1996 Zürich
Slovenia
2–1
Germany
1997 Vancouver
Russia
2–0
France
1998 Cuneo
Italy
2–1
Slovakia
1999 Perth
Italy
2–1
Argentina
2000 Hiroshima
Czech Republic
2–1
Hungary
2001 Santiago
Czech Republic
3–0
Poland
2002 La Baule-Escoublac
Belarus
3–0
Czech Republic
2003 Essen
Netherlands
2–1
Canada
2004 Barcelona
Argentina
2–0
Canada
2005 Barcelona
Poland
2–0
France
2006 Barcelona
Belarus
2–1
Russia
2007 Reggio Emilia
Australia
2–1
Poland
2008 San Luis Potosí
United States
2–0
Great Britain
2009 San Luis Potosí
Russia
2–0
Germany
2010 San Luis Potosí
Russia
2–1
China
2011 San Luis Potosí
Australia
2–0
Canada
2012 Barcelona
United States
3–0
Russia
2013 San Luis Potosí
Russia
2–0
Australia
2014 San Luis Potosí
United States
3–0
Slovakia
2015 Madrid
Czech Republic
2–1
United States

External links

  • History of Junior Davis and Fed Cup
  • [1]
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