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INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK CONTENTS – ALL-TIME

MOST APPEARANCES LOPSIDED WINS AND LOSSES Most Years on U.S. Fed Cup Team Most Convincing Singles Victories Most Ties Played for U.S. Fed Cup Team Worst Singles Defeats Most Consecutive Ties Played Most Convincing Doubles Victories Most Total Matches Played (Singles & Doubles Combined) Worst Doubles Defeats Most Total Victories (Singles & Doubles Combined)

MOST GAMES … FINALS RECORDS … In a Singles Rubber (since 1963) Most Appearances in the Final … In a Singles Rubber ( since introduction of the tiebreak) Most Appearances on a Title-Winning Team … In a Doubles Rubber (since 1963) … In a Doubles Rubber (since introduction of the tiebreak) … In a Set – Singles SINGLES RECORDS … In a Set – Doubles Most Singles Matches Played Most Singles Victories Best Winning Percentage in Singles TIEBREAK RECORDS First Tiebreak Most Points Played in a Tiebreak DOUBLES RECORDS Most Doubles Matches Played Most Doubles Victories – Individual THREE-POINT WINNERS Most Doubles Victories – Team Three Points Against a U.S. Team Best Winning Percentage for a Doubles Team U.S. Players Winning Three Points in One Tie Most Doubles Partners in a Fed Cup Career U.S. Players Winning Three Live Rubbers in One Tie

THREE-SET RECORDS MATTERS OF AGE Most Three-set Singles Matches Played Youngest U.S. Fed Cuppers Most Three-set Singles Victories Oldest Fed Cuppers Most Three-set Doubles Matches Played – Individual Making Singles Debut in Fed Cup Final Most Three-set Doubles Matches Played – Team Most Three-set Doubles Victories – Team AMERICANS IN FIFTH-AND-DECISIVE RUBBERS

CONSECUTIVE WINS (SETS AND MATCHES) Most Consecutive Sets Won in Singles VANDEWEGHE MAKES HISTORY IN 2017 FINAL

Most Consecutive Sets Won (Singles & Doubles Combined) Most Consecutive Singles Matches Won PLAYER RECORDS – ALL-TIME ROSTER Most Consecutive Doubles Matches Won – Team Most Consecutive Matches Won (Singles & Doubles Combined)

TEAM RECORD BOOK CONTENTS – ALL-TIME

GENERAL STATS MISCELLANEOUS STATS Years Played Teams to Win Title Without Losing a Rubber Overall Won-Loss Record Losses in the First Round Home-Away Record Appearances in World Group II When the U.S. Wins the First Singles Rubber Sisters in Arms When the U.S. Loses the First Singles Rubber The 50 th Fed Cupper When the U.S. Leads 2-0 When the U.S. Is Tied 1-1 When the U.S. Is Down 0-2 Live Doubles Matches Record RECORD OF U.S. FED CUP TEAM BY Record in the Final Most Ties Played in One Year CONTINENT Most Number of Games in a Tie (1963-94)

Most Number of Games in a Tie (since 1995)

U.S. CAPTAINS U.S. Captains – All-time Roster RECORD STREAKS Most Wins by a U.S. Fed Cup Captain Consecutive Team Victories Consecutive Team Losses Consecutive Rubbers Won Consecutive Doubles Victories YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS Consecutive Doubles Losses How the U.S. Fares When the Tie is on the Line Most Consecutive Home Ties Won

Most Consecutive Home Ties Lost

Most Consecutive Away Ties Won RUBBER-BY-RUBBER RESULTS (since 1995) Most Consecutive Away Ties Lost

U.S. FED CUP TEAM ALL-TIME RECORD VS. COMEBACKS Comebacks from 0-2 Down ALL NATIONS

Comebacks from 1-2 Down

Ties Lost After Leading 2-0 VENUES TO HOST A U.S. FED CUP TIE Home Venues – By State Away Venues – By Country

RECORD BOOK (Records through 2019; active players in bold )

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST APPEARANCES MOST TOTAL MATCHES PLAYED SINGLES RECORDS MOST YEARS (Singles and Doubles Combined) ON U.S. FED CUP TEAM RANK PLAYER MATCHES MOST SINGLES MATCHES PLAYED RANK PLAYER YEARS 1. 61 RANK PLAYER MATCHES 1. 11 2. 56 1. Chris Evert 42 2. 10 T3. Rosie Casals 36 T2. Lindsay Davenport 29 T3. Chris Evert 9 Lindsay Davenport 36 Billie Jean King 29 Billie Jean King 9 5. 32 4. Venus Williams 23 T5. Gigi Fernandez 8 T6. 30 5. Mary Joe Fernandez 20 8 Venus Williams 30 6. Julie Heldman 19 8 T8. Zina Garrison 27 7. 17 T8. Rosie Casals 7 27 8. Martina Navratilova 15 7 T10. Gigi Fernandez 26 9. 14 7 Mary Joe Fernandez 26 T10. 13 T11. 6 12. Lisa Raymond 23 13 Mary Joe Fernandez 6 T13. 20 Serena Williams 13 Bethanie Mattek -Sands 6 -Pete 20 13. Coco Vandeweghe 12 Christi na McHale 6 T14. Nancy Gunter 11 Martina Navratilova 6 MOST TOTAL VICTORIES Zina Garrison 11

T16. Jennifer Capriati 5 (Singles and Doubles Combined) Julie Heldman 5 RANK PLAYER WINS MOST SINGLES VICTORIES 5 1. Chris Evert 57 RANK PLAYER WINS Monica Seles 5 2. Billie Jean King 52 1. Chris Evert 40 CoCo Vandeweghe 5 3. Rosie Casals 34 T2. Lindsay Davenport 26 Sharon Walsh-Pete 5 4. Lindsay Davenport 33 Billie Jean King 26 5. Martina Navratilova 31 4. Venus Williams 21 MOST TIES PLAYED 6. Venus Williams 25 T5. Martina Navratilova 15 FOR U.S. FED CUP TEAM T7. Gigi Fernandez 23 Monica Seles 15 RANK PLAYER TIES Kathy Jordan 23 T7. Tracy Austin 13 1. Chris Evert 42 9. Zina Garrison 22 Julie Heldman 13 2. Billie Jean King 36 10. Julie Heldman 21 Serena Williams 13 3. Rosie Casals 29 11. Pam Shriver 19 10. Mary Joe Fernandez 12 4. Gigi Fernandez 25 12. Monica Seles 17 T11. Jennifer Capriati 10 5. Zina Garrison 23 T13. Mary Joe Fernandez 16 Nancy Gunter 10 T6. Lindsay Davenport 20 Serena Williams 16 13. CoCo Vandeweghe 8 Martina Navratilova 20 15. Nancy Gunter 15 T14. Zina Garrison 7 T8. Julie Heldman 19 Chanda Rubin 7 Kathy Jordan 19 BEST WINNING PERCE NTAGE 10. Mary Joe Fernandez 18 FINALS RECORDS T11. Pam Shriver 17 IN SINGLES Sharon Walsh-Pete 17 (minimum 10 matches played) 13. Lisa Raymond 15 MOST APPEARANCES IN THE WIN % T14. Tracy Austin 14 FINAL RANK PLAYER (R ECORD ) Jennifer Capriati 14 FINALS T1. Martina Navratilova 1.000 (15-0) 16. Venus Williams 13 RANK PLAYER PLAYED Serena Williams 1.000 (13-0) T17. Nancy Gunter 11 T1. Chris Evert 9 3. Chris Evert .952 (40-2) Liezel Huber 11 Billie Jean King 9 4. Tracy Austin .929 (13-1) 3. Rosie Casals 6 5. Venus Williams .913 (21 -2) MOST CONSECUTIVE TIES 4. Lindsay Davenport 5 6. Nancy Gunter .909 (10-1) PLAYED T7. Lindsay Davenport .897 (26-3) RANK PLAYER TIES YEARS Billie Jean King .897 (26-3) 1. Billie Jean King 19 1963-67 MOST APPEARANCES ON A TITLE - 9. Monica Seles .882 (15-2) T2. Tracy Austin 14 1978-80 WINNING TEAM 10. Jennifer Capriati .769 (10-3) 11. Chanda Rubin .700 (7-3) Rosie Casals 14 1979-81 RANK PLAYER TITLES 12. Julie Heldman .684 (13-6) Chris Evert 14 1977-79 1. Chris Evert 8 13. CoCo Vandeweghe .667 (8 -4) 5. Liezel Huber 11 2008-13 2. Billie Jean King 7 14. Zina Garrison .636 (7-4) T6. Jennifer Capriati 10 1990-91 3. Rosie Casals 6 Rosie Casals 10 1976-77 T15. Mary Joe Fernandez .600 (12-8) Sloane Stephens Kathy Jordan 10 1980-81 .600 (6 -4) Pam Shriver 10 1986-87

DOUBLES RECORDS BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE MOST THREE -SET DOUBLES MOST DOUBLES MATCHES FOR A DOUBLES TEAM VICTORIES – TEAM PLAYED (minimum 8 matches played) RANK DOUBLES TEAM WINS RANK PLAYER MATCHES WIN % T1. Rosie Casals / 3 1. Rosie Casals* 29 RANK PLAYERS (R ECORD ) Kathy Jordan 2. Billie Jean King 27 T1. Rosie Casals / 1.000 Rosie Casals / 3 3. Gigi Fernandez 22 Kathy Jordan (10-0) Billie Jean King 4. Chris Evert 19 Rosie Casals / 1.000 Carole Graebner / 3 5. Kathy Jordan 18 Billie Jean King (10-0) Billie Jean King

T6. Martina Navratilova 17 3. Gigi Fernandez / .909 Zina Garrison (10-1) Sharon Walsh-Pete 17 CONSECUTIVE WINS 8. Zina Garrison 16 4. Carole Graebner / .857 9. Pam Shriver 15 Billie Jean King (6-1) (Sets and Matches) 10. Lisa Raymond 14 T11. Julie Heldman 11 MOST DOUBLES PARTNERS MOST CONSECUTIVE SETS Liezel Huber 11 IN A FED CUP CAREER WON IN SINGLES RANK PLAYER PARTNERS SETS *includes two unfinished matches 1. Lisa Raymond 9 RANK PLAYER WON YEAR (S) 2. Gigi Fernandez 8 1. Billie Jean King 26 1967-77 MOST DOUBLES VICTORIES – 3. Martina Navratilova 7 2. Lindsay Davenport 24 1995-00 INDIVIDUAL T4. Liezel Huber 6 3. Martina Navratilova 19 1982-89 RANK PLAYER WINS Billie Jean King 6 4. Chris Evert 18 1977-78 T1. Rosie Casals 26 Sharon Walsh-Pete 6 5. Venus Williams 16 2007 -18 Billie Jean King 26 T7. Lindsay Davenport 5 6. Tracy Austin 15 1979-80 3. Gigi Fernandez 20 Chris Evert 5 T4. Chris Evert 17 Zina Garrison 5 MOST CONSECUTIVE SETS WON Kathy Jordan 17 Pam Shriver 5 (Singles and Doubles Combined) 6. Martina Navratilova 16 11. Kathy Jordan 4 SETS 7. Zina Garrison 15 RANK PLAYER WON YEARS 8. Pam Shriver 14 THREE-SET RECORDS 1. Martina Navratilova 34 1982-89 9. Sharon Walsh-Pete 13 2. Billie Jean King 32 1967-77

10. Lisa Raymond 11 MOST THREE -SET SINGLES 3. Lindsay Davenport 30 1995-00 11. Carole Graebner 9 12. Julie Heldman 8 MATCHES PLAYED MOST CONSECUTIVE Liezel Huber 8 RANK PLAYER MATCHES SINGLES MATCHES WON 1. Lindsay Davenport 8 2. Billie Jean King 7 RANK PLAYER WINS YEARS MOST LIVE DOUBLES 3. Chris Evert 6 VICTORIES – INDIVIDUAL 1. Chris Evert 29 1977-86 T4. Mary Joe Fernandez 5 Lindsay Davenport RANK PLAYER WINS 2. 19 1995-05 Chanda Rubin 5 T3. Billie Jean King 15 1966-77 1. Gigi Fernandez 7 (7-1) 2. Billie Jean King 5 (5-0) MOST THREE -SET SINGLES Martina Navratilova 15 1982-89 T3. Kathy Jordan 4 (4-1) 5. Serena Williams 13 1999-2015 VICTORIES 6. Chris Evert 11 1986-89 . Sharon Walsh 4 (4-2) RANK PLAYER WINS T5. Zina Garrison 3 (3-1) T1. Lindsay Davenport 7 Julie Heldman 3 (3-3) Billie Jean King 7 MOST CONSECUTIVE Liezel Huber 3 (3-0) T3. Chris Evert 5 DOUBLES MATCHES WON – TEAM Bethanie Mattek -Sa nds 3 (3-0) Chanda Rubin 5 MATCHES

MOST THREE -SET DOUBLES RANK DOUBLES TEAM WON YEARS MOST DOUBLES VICTORIES – T1. Rosie Casals / 10 1980-81 TEAM MATCHES PLAYED – INDIVIDUAL Kathy Jordan RANK DOUBLES TEAM WINS RANK PLAYER MATCHES Rosie Casals / 10 1967-79 T1. Rosie Casals / 10 1. Billie Jean King 12 Billie Jean King Kathy Jordan 2. Rosie Casals 7 3. Gigi Fernandez / 7 1990-91 Rosie Casals / 10 T3. Chris Evert 5 Zina Garrison Billie Jean King Carole Graebner 5 Gigi Fernandez / 10 Kathy Jordan 5 MOST CONSECUTIVE MATCHES WON Zina Garrison (Singles and Doubles Combined) MOST THREE -SET DOUBLES T4. Rosie Casals / 6 RANK PLAYER WINS YEARS Chris Evert MATCHES PLAYED – TEAM 1. Chris Evert 35 1977-86 Carole Graebner / 6 RANK DOUBLES TEAM MATCHES2. Martina Navratilova 31 1982-04 Billie Jean King 1. Carole Graebner / 4 3. Billie Jean King 30 1966-79 Martina Navratilova / 6 Billie Jean King 4. Lindsay Davenport 24 1995-05 Pam Shriver T2. Rosie Casals / 3 Kathy Jordan Rosie Casals / 3 Billie Jean King

LOPSIDED WINS AND LOSSES

MOST CONVINCING SINGLES VICTORIES (fewest games lost to opponent) 0 games - Zina Garrison defeated Korea’s Min-Gyeong Sol 6-0, 6-0 in the 1985 First Round in Nagoya, . - Martina Navratilova defeated Indonesia’s Susana Anggakusuma 6-0, 6-0 in the 1982 First Round in Santa Clara, Calif. - Chris Evert defeated ’s Brigitte Simon 6-0, 6-0 in the 1979 Quarterfinal in , Spain. - Tracy Austin defeated South Korea’s Choi Kyung-Mie 6-0, 6-0 in the 1978 First Round in , . - Billie Jean King defeated France’s Frederique Thibault 6-0, 6-0 in the 1977 Quarterfinal in Eastbourne, . - Chris Evert defeated Austria’s Sabine Bernegger 6-0, 6-0 in the 1977 First Round in Eastbourne, England. - Kathy Kuykendall defeated Switzerland’s Marianne Kindler 6-0, 6-0 in the 1975 First Round in Aix-en-Provence, France. - defeated Uruguay’s Mary Puljack 6-0, 6-0 in the 1972 Second Round in , South Africa. - Jane Bartkowicz defeated Yugoslavia’s Buljana Kostic 6-0, 6-0 in the 1970 Second Round in Freiburg, West . - Julie Heldman defeated Yugoslavia’s Irena Skulj 6-0, 6-0 in the 1970 Second Round in Freiburg, West Germany. - Nancy Gunter defeated Yugoslavia’s Buljana Kostic 6-0, 6-0 in the 1969 Second Round in Athens, Greece.

WORST SINGLES DEFEATS (fewest games won by U.S. player) 1 game - Belgium’s defeated 6-0, 6-1, in the 2006 World Group Semifinal in Ostend, Belgium. 2 games - Italy’s defeated Christina McHale 6-1, 6-1, in the 2015 World Group Playoff in Brindisi, Italy. - Belgium’s defeated Melanie Oudin 6-2, 6-0, in the 2011 World Group Quarterfinal in Antwerp, Belgium. - Austria’s defeated Jennifer Capriati 6-1, 6-1, in a dead rubber in the 1996 World Group Quarterfinal in Salzburg, Austria.

MOST CONVINCING DOUBLES VICTORIES (fewest games lost to opponent) 0 games - Zina Garrison and Gigi Fernandez defeated ’s Magdalena Morz and Renata Skrzypzynska 6-0, 6-0 in the 1990 First Round in , Ga. - and Gigi Fernandez defeated Switzerland’s Sandrine Jacquet and Emanuela Zardo 6-0, 6-0 in the 1988 First Round in Melbourne, Australia. - Kathy Jordan and Sharon Walsh defeated Korea’s Jeong-Soon Lee and Jeong-Ok Choi 6-0, 6-0 in the 1985 First Round in Nagoya, Japan. - Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova defeated Indonesia’s Sri Utaminingsih and Susana Anggakusuma 6-0, 6-0 in the 1982 First Round in Santa Clara, Calif. - Rosie Casals and Billie Jean King defeated Yugoslavia’s Dora Alavantic and Mimi Jausovec 6- 0, 6-0 in the 1976 Second Round in Philadelphia, Pa.

WORST DOUBLES DEFEATS (fewest games won by U.S. team) 3 games - Both meeting and playing together for the first time, Serena Williams and lost to Italy’s and Flavia Pennetta in the 2015 World Group Playoff in Brindisi, Italy, 6-0, 6-3, in the fifth-and-decisive rubber. 4 games - Italy’s Sara Errani and , the then-No. 1-ranked doubles team in the world, defeated Liezel Huber and , 6-2, 6-2, in the 2013 World Group First Round in Rimini, Italy. Lepchenko was making her Davis Cup debut and defeated both Errani and Vinci in singles.

MOST GAMES

MOST GAMES IN A SINGLES RUBBER (since 1963) 43 games - Yugoslavia’s Sabrina Goles defeated 7-5, 3-6, 12-10 in the 1983 Quarterfinal in Switzerland.

MOST GAMES IN A SINGLES RUBBER (since introduction of the tiebreak in 1989) 42 games - defeated Belgium’s 6-7(4), 7-6(8), 9-7 in the 2003 World Group Semifinal in , .

MOST GAMES IN A DOUBLES RUBBER (since 1963) 42 games - and Billie Jean King defeated Australia’s Margaret Smith and Lesley Turner 3-6, 13-11, 6-3 in the 1963 Final in London, England.

MOST GAMES IN A DOUBLES RUBBER (since introduction of the tiebreak in 1989) 43 games - Spain’s Conchita Martinez and Arantxa Sanchez Vicario defeated Mary Joe Fernandez and Lisa Raymond 6-4, 6-7(5), 11-9 in the 1998 World Group Semifinal in Spain.

MOST GAMES IN A SET – SINGLES 22 (12-10) - Billie Jean King vs. ’s Norma Baylon in the 1964 Quarterfinal in Philadelphia, Pa. King won the rubber 12-10, 9-7.

MOST GAMES IN A SET – DOUBLES 24 (13-11) - Darlene Hard and Billie Jean King vs. Australia’s Margaret Smith and Lesley Turner in the 1963 World Group Final in Great Britain. Hard and King won the rubber 3-6, 13-11, 6-3.

TIEBREAK RECORDS

FIRST TIEBREAK 1990 - Jennifer Capriati vs. Belgium’s Sandra Wasserman in the opening rubber of the 1990 Second Round in Atlanta, Ga. Capriati won the tiebreak and the match 6-0, 7-6(11).

MOST POINTS PLAYED IN A TIEBREAK (tiebreak was introduced in 1989) 24 (13-11) - Jennifer Capriati vs. Belgium’s Sandra Wasserman in the 1990 Second Round in Atlanta, Ga. Capriati won the match 6-0, 7-6(11).

THREE-POINT WINNERS

THREE POINTS AGAINST A U.S. FED CUP TEAM Only three players have won three points against the U.S. in one Fed Cup tie.

YEAR PLAYER COUNTRY ROUND 2019 Australia World Group First Round 2014 France World Group Playoff 2004 Austria World Group Quarterfinal

U.S. PLAYERS WINNING THREE POINTS IN ONE TIE Seven U.S. players have won three rubbers in one Fed Cup tie.

YEAR PLAYER OPPONENT ROUND 2017 *CoCo V andeweghe World Group Final 2017 *CoCo Vandeweghe World Group Semifinal 2005 Lindsay Davenport Belgium World Group Quarterfinal 2003 Lisa Raymond Belgium World Group Semifinal 2003 Serena Williams Czech Republic World Group First Round 2003 Venus Williams Czech Republic World Group First Round 1999 Venus Williams Italy World Group Semifinal 1999 Chanda Rubin Croatia World Group Quarterfinal 1997 Lindsay Davenport Japan World Group Qualifying Round 1996 Lindsay Davenport Japan World Group Semifinal 1996 * Mary Joe Fernandez Austria World Group Quarterfinal 1995 * Lindsay Davenport France World Group Semifinal * Denotes that all three rubbers were live rubbers THREE-POINT WINNERS (cont.)

U.S. PLAYERS WINNING THREE LIVE RUBBERS IN ONE TIE The following Americans have won three “live” rubbers in one U.S. Fed Cup tie.

YEAR PLAYER OPPONENT ROUND 2017 CoCo Vandeweghe Belarus World Group Final 2017 CoCo Vandeweghe Czech Republic World Group Semifinal 1996 Mary Joe Fernandez Austria World Group Quarterfinal 1995 Lindsay Davenport France World Group Semifinal

MATTERS OF AGE

YOUNGEST U.S. FED CUPPERS * Jennifer Capriati made her Fed Cup debut in 1990 at 14 years and four months old, making her the youngest player to play Fed Cup for the . Capriati defeated Poland’s Magdalena Mroz 6-3, 6-1 in the 1990 First Round in Atlanta, Ga.

The following players made their debut for the U.S. Fed Cup team as teenagers:

RANK PLAYER AGE YEAR 1. Jennifer Capriati 14 years, 4 months 1990 2. Tracy Austin 15 years, 11 months 1978 3. 16 years, 5 months 1981 4. Lindsay Davenport 17 years, 1 month 1993 5. Vania King 17 years, 1 month 2006 6. Melanie Oudin 17 years, 4 months 2009 7. Jeanne Evert 17 years, 7 months 1974 8. Christina McHale 17 years, 9 months 2010 9. 18 years, 6 months 1982 10. 18 years, 9 months 2015 11. Serena Williams 18 years, 10 months 1999 12. CoCo Vandeweghe 18 years, 11 months 2010 13. 18 years, 11 months 2014 14. Sloane Stephens 19 years, 1 month 2012 15. 19 years, 7 months 2009 16. 19 years, 11 months 2018

OLDEST U.S. FED CUPPERS * Martina Navratilova became the oldest player to compete in a Fed Cup tie for the U.S. in 2004 at the age of 47 years and 9 months . Navratilova and were defeated by Austria’s Barbara Schett and Patricia Wartuach 6-3, 0-6, 6-3 in the 2004 World Group Quarterfinal in Innsbruck, Austria, which was Navratilova’s only loss as a member of the U.S. Fed Cup team.

The following players are the oldest to compete on a Fed Cup team in ITF history:

PLAYER , COUNTRY AGE TIE (Y EAR ) Gill Butterfield, Bermuda 52 years, 4 months vs. JAM (1996) Martina Navratilova , USA 47 years, 9 months vs. AUT (2004) Milly Vagn-Nielsen, Denmark 46 years, 2 months vs. FRG (1967) Walena White, Fiji 46 years, 2 months vs. IRQ (2000) Peggy Brixhe, Portugal 43 years, 1 month vs. FRA (1968) Yulia Berberian, Bulgaria 42 years, 9 months vs. INA (1987)

* Venus Williams became the oldest American player to compete in singles in a Fed Cup tie in 2018 at the age of 37 years , 8 months . Williams won both of her singles matches in the World Group First Round in Asheville, N.C., against the , defeating , 6-1, 6-4, and then clinching the tie with a win over Richel Hogenkamp, 7-5, 6-1. (Venus then teamed with sister Serena in Serena’s first match back to competition since the birth of her daughter).

MATTERS OF AGE (cont.)

MAKING SINGLES DEBUT IN THE FED CUP FINAL 2018 Sofia Kenin , a week before turning 20, was one of three U.S. players making their debut in the 2018 Final vs. the Czech Republic in Prague. Kenin was called upon to lead the defending-champion Americans vs. the Czechs and competed admirably, but fell twice in singles, to Barbora Strycova, 6-7(5), 6-1, 6-4, and Katerina Siniakova, 7-5, 5-7, 7-5, in a 3- hour, 44-minute battle that clinched the Czechs’ 11th Fed Cup title by a 3-0 score. 2010 CoCo Vandeweghe made her Fed Cup debut at age 18 in the 2010 World Group Final vs. defending champion Italy in San Diego. Vandeweghe, who lives in California, opened the tie against 2010 champion and lost 6-2, 6-4. Vandeweghe then faced Flavia Pennetta in the reverse singles match and lost 6-1, 6-2, giving the Italians their second straight Fed Cup title. 1995 Chanda Rubin made her Fed Cup debut in the 1995 World Group Final vs. Spain in Valencia, Spain. Rubin lost her first rubber to Conchita Martinez 7-5, 7-6(3) but bounced back and defeated Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 1-6, 6-4, 6-4. Spain defeated the United States 3-2 to win the Fed Cup title.

AMERICANS IN FIFTH-AND-DECISIVE RUBBERS

The United States has found itself in a live doubles rubber 13 times since World Group format was instituted in 1995. The U.S. holds a 7-6 record, winning its last live doubles rubber over Belarus in the 2017 World Group Final to claim the overall title.

In the 2010 World Group Semifinal, Bethanie Mattek-Sands became the first player in U.S. Fed Cup history to win consecutive live Fed Cup matches on the final day of competition. With the U.S. trailing Russia 2-1, Mattek-Sands beat 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, in the fourth singles match of the tie to force the decisive double rubber. Mattek-Sands then partnered with Liezel Huber to beat and 6-3, 6-1, to win the tie and clinch a spot in the 2010 final on U.S. soil in November.

YEAR W/L MATCH RESULT RD. SCORE (A) 2018 L Ashleigh Barty/ (AUS) 1R 64 75 d. / (USA) 2017 W CoCo Vandeweghe/ (USA) F 6-3, 7-6(3) (A) d. / (BLR) 2017 W Bethanie Mattek -Sands/CoCo Vandeweghe (USA) SF 6-2, 6-3 d. Kristyna Pliskova/Katerina Siniakova (CZE) 2015 L Sara Errani/Flavia Pennetta (ITA) PO 6-0, 6-3 (A) d. Serena Williams/Alison Riske (USA) 2014 L Caroline Garcia/ (FRA) PO 6-2, 7-5 d. Sloane Stephens/Madison Keys (USA) 2013 L Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci (ITA) 1R 6-2, 6-2 (A) d. Liezel Huber /Varvara Lepchenko (USA) 2010 W Liezel Huber /Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) SF 6-3, 6-1 d. Elena Dementieva/Alla Kudryavtseva (RUS) 2009 W Liezel Huber /Bethanie Mattek -Sands (USA) SF 2-6, 7-6(2), 6-1 (A) d. Iveta Benesova/Kveta Peschke (CZE) 2009 W /Liezel Huber (USA) QF 6-2, 6-3 d. /Betina Jozami (ARG) 2007 L / (RUS) SF 7-5, 7-6(1) d. Lisa Raymond /Venus Williams (USA) 1998 L Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) SF 6-4, 6-7(5), 11-9 (A) d. Mary Joe Fernandez/Lisa Raymond (USA) 1996 W Gigi Fernandez/Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) QF 6-0, 6-4 (A) d. /Judith Wiesner (AUT) 1995 W Lindsay Davenport/Gigi Fernandez (USA) SF 6-1, 7-6(2) d. Julie Hard/ (FRA)

*active players in bold

RECORD BOOK (Records through the 2019 World Group First Round)

TEAM RECORDS – GENERAL STATS

YEARS PLAYED (ties played) 56 (190) LIVE DOUBLES MATCHES Won-loss record 28-14 OVERALL WIN-LOSS RECORD 152-38 since 1995 6-6 HOME-AWAY FORMAT 1963-1994 22-8 (1995-2019) 37-20 at home 24-6 RECORD IN THE FINAL Overall 18-12 away 12-13 neutral site^ 1-1 From 1963-94 14-7 Home: 3-1 Away: 2-1 Neutral site: 9-5 When U.S. wins the first singles 32-2 When U.S. loses the first singles 5-20 Since 1995 4-5 When U.S. leads 2-0 24-0 Home: 3-1 Away: 1-3 Neutral site^: 0-1 When U.S. is tied 1-1 13-8 When U.S. is down 0-2 0-12

^The 2003 World Group Semifinal and Final were held in Moscow. The United States defeated Belgium in the semifinal and lost to France in the final.

MOST TIES PLAYED IN ONE YEAR (Home-Away format was instituted in 1995) 4 2003

MOST NUMBER OF GAMES IN A TIE 87 (1963-1994) U.S. defeated the Netherlands 3-0 in the 1972 Quarterfinal in Johannesburg, South Africa. 135 (Since 1995) Spain defeated the U.S. 3-2 in the 1998 World Group Semifinal in Madrid.

RECORD STREAKS

CONSECUTIVE TEAM VICTORIES MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME TIES WON 38 1976 to 1983. (Home-Away format, 1995-2019) **This is also a record for all nations. 9 1995 to 2000.

CONSECUTIVE TEAM LOSSES MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME TIES LOST 3 2010 to 2011 (Home-Away format, 1995-2019) 2 2014 CONSECUTIVE RUBBERS WON MOST CONSECUTIVE AWAY TIES WON 62 1979 to 1983. (Home-Away format, 1995-2019)

CONSECUTIVE DOUBLES VICTORIES 3 2016-18

31 1977 to 1984. MOST CONSECUTIVE AWAY TIES LOST

(Home-Away format, 1995-2019) CONSECUTIVE DOUBLES LOSSES 2 1997-1998; 2011 2 2013, 2018, 2019

COMEBACKS

COMEBACKS FROM 0-2 DOWN (Home-Away format, 1995-2019) * The U.S. Fed Cup team has never come back to win after trailing 0-2.

COMEBACKS FROM 1-2 DOWN (Home-Away format, 1995-2019) * 2010 U.S. team defeated Russia 3-2 in the World Group semifinal. * 2009 U.S. team defeated Argentina 3-2 in the World Group quarterfinal. * 2009 U.S. team defeated Czech Republic 3-2 in the World Group semifinal.

TIES LOSS AFTER LEADING 2-0 (Home-Away format, 1995-2019) * The U.S. Fed Cup team has never let an opponent mount a comeback after leading 2-0.

MISCELLANEOUS STATS

TEAMS TO WIN TITLE WITHOUT LOSING A RUBBER * 1989 U.S. team defeated Greece 3-0, Denmark 3-0, Austria 3-0, Czechoslovakia 2-0 and Spain 3-0. * 1982 U.S. team defeated Indonesia 3-0, Mexico 3-0, Brazil 3-0, Czechoslovakia 3-0 & Germany 3-0. * 1981 U.S. team defeated Korea 3-0, Spain 3-0, Romania 3-0, Switzerland 3-0 and Great Britain 3-0. * 1980 U.S. team defeated Poland 3-0, New Zealand 3-0, USSR 3-0, Czechoslovakia 3-0 and Australia 3-0. * 1967 U.S. team defeated Rhodesia 2-0, South Africa 3-0, Germany 3-0 and Great Britain 2-0.

LOSSES IN THE FIRST ROUND 2019 – Australia def. United States 3-2 First Round – Asheville, N.C. 2014 – Italy def. United States 3-1 First Round – Cleveland, Ohio 2013 – Italy def. United States 3-2 First Round – Rimini, Italy 2011 – Belgium def. United States 4-1 First Round – Antwerp, Belgium 2002 - Austria def. United States 3-2 First Round – Charlotte, N.C. 1997 - Netherlands def. United States 3-2 First Round – Haarlem, Netherlands

APPEARANCE IN WORLD GROUP II * In 2016, the U.S. competed in World Group II after losing in the 2015 World Group Playoff to Italy, 2-3. * In 2015, the U.S. competed in World Group II after losing both of its home ties in 2014. They defeated Argentina 4-1 in the World Group II First Round to advance to the 2015 World Group Playoff. * In 2012, the U.S. competed in World Group II for the first time in Fed Cup team history. They defeated Belarus 5-0 in the World Group II First Round to advance to the 2012 World Group Playoff.

SISTERS IN ARMS * Venus and Serena Williams are the only set of sisters to play on the same U.S. Fed Cup team. Venus and Serena paired in doubles in 1999, 2003, and 2018. Serena and Venus were also on the same Fed Cup team in 2007, 2012, 2013, and 2015. * Chris Evert and her younger sister, Jeanne, are the only other pair of sisters to be named to a U.S. Fed Cup roster, although they never competed on the same team. Chris played Fed Cup for nine years (1977-82, 1986- 87, 1989), while sister Jeanne played only one year, in 1974.

RECORD OF U.S. FED CUP TEAM BY CONTINENT

In North America (including Mexico and Caribbean) 46-7 In Europe 72-22 In Australia/New Zealand 11-3 In South America 4-1 In Asia 16-3 In Africa 3-1 TOTAL 15 2-38

U.S. CAPTAINS – ALL-TIME

CAPTAIN RECORD (IN FINAL ) YEAR (S) 1. William Kellogg 4-0 (1-0) 1 year 1963 2. Madge Harshaw Vosters 3-1 (0-1) 1 year 1964 3. Billie Jean King 22-5 (4-3) 9 years 1965*, 76*, 95-96, 98-00, 02-03 4. Rosalyn Greenwood 4-0 (1-0) 1 year 1966 5. Fales 12-2 (2-1) 4 years 1967, 69, 72, 74 6. Betty Rosenquest Pratt 2-1 1 year 1968 7. Carole Graebner 2-1 1 year 1970 8. Patti Hogan 1-1 1 year 1971* 9. Linda Tuero 2-1 1 year 1973* 10. Julie Heldman 4-1 1 year 1975* 11. Vicki Berner 15-0 (3-0) 3 years 1977-79 12. Chris Evert 15-0 (3-0) 3 years 1980-82* 13. Nancy Jeffett 3-1 1 year 1983 14. Tom Gorman 7-2 (0-1) 2 years 1984-85 15. 33-6 (3-3) 9 years 1986-94 16. Martina Navratilova 1-1 1 year 1997 17. Zina Garrison 5-5 5 years 2004-08 18. Mary Joe Fernandez 10-8 (0-2) 8 years 2009-16 19. 6-2 (1 -1) 3 year s 2017 -19 * Indicates a player-captain.

MOST WINS BY A U.S. FED CUP CAPTAIN

RANK CAPTAIN WINS 1. Marty Riessen 33 2. Billie Jean King 22 T3. Vicki Berner 15 Chris Evert 15 5. Donna Floyd Fales 12 6. Mary Joe Fernandez 10 7. Tom Gorman 7 8. Kathy Rinaldi 6 9. Zina Garrison 5 T10. Rosalyn Greenwood 4 William Kellogg 4

LONGEST TENURE BY A U.S. FED CUP CAPTAIN

RANK CAPTAIN YEARS T1. Billie Jean King 9 Marty Riessen 9 3. Mary Joe Fernandez 8 4. Zina Garrison 5 5. Donna Floyd Fales 4 T6. Vicki Berner 3 Chris Evert 3 Kathy Rinaldi 3 9. Tom Gorman 2 10. 10 people 1

YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS

YEAR CAPTAIN FINISH RECORD (H/A) FINAL TIE /S IGNIFICANT RESULTS 2019 Lost in first round; 1-1 Lost to Australia, 3-2, in First Round Kathy Rinaldi Won WG Playoff to Remain in WG 1-1/0-0 Def. Switzerland, 3-2, in WG Playoff 2-1 Lost to Czech Republic, 3-0, in WG Final 2018 Kathy Rinaldi RUNNER-UP 1-0/1-1 Def. Netherlands, 3-1, in WG First Round Def. France, 3-2, in WG Semifinal 3-0 Def. Germany, 4-0, in WG First Round 2017 Kathy Rinaldi CHAMPION 2-0/1-0 Def. Czech Republic, 3-2, in WG Semifinal Def. Belarus, 3-2, in World Group Final Won WG II First Round and WG 2-0 2016 Mary Joe Fernandez Playoff to advance to World 1-0/1-0 Def. Poland 4-0 in WG II First Round; Group for 2017 Def. Australia 4-0 in World Group Playoff Won in World Group II First 2015 Mary Joe Fernandez Round; relegated to 2016 World 1-1 Def. Argentina 4-1 in WG II First Round; Group II after losing Playoff 0-0/1-1 Lost to Italy 3-2 in World Group Playoff Lost in first round & WG Playoff; 0-2 Lost to Italy 3-1; 2014 Mary Joe Fernandez relegated to 2015 World Group II 0-2/0-0 Lost to France 3-2 in World Group Playoff Lost in first round; maintained 1-1 Lost to Italy 3-2; 2013 Mary Joe Fernandez World Group status for 2014 1-0/0-1 Def. 3-2 in World Group Playoff Won World Group Playoff to 2-0 Def. Belarus 5-0 in World Group II match; 2012 Mary Joe Fernandez advance to World Group for 2013 1-0/1-0 Def. 5-0 in World Group Playoff Lost first round & WG Playoff; 0-2 Lost to Belgium 4-1; 2011 Mary Joe Fernandez relegated to 2012 World Group II —/0-2 Lost to Germany 5-0 in World Group Playoff 2-1 2010 Mary Joe Fernandez RUNNER-UP 1-1/1-0 Lost to Italy 3-1 in World Group Final 2-1 2009 Mary Joe Fernandez RUNNER-UP 1-0/1-1 Lost to Italy 4-0 in World Group Final 1-1 2008 Zina Garrison Semifinalist 1-0/0-1 Lost at Russia 3-2 in semifinal 1-1 2007 Zina Garrison Semifinalist 1-1/— Lost to Russia 3-2 in semifinal 1-1 2006 Zina Garrison Semifinalist —/1-1 Lost at Belgium 4-1 in semifinal 1-1 2005 Zina Garrison Semifinalist 1-0/0-1 Lost at Russia 4-1 in semifinal 1-1 2004 Zina Garrison Quarterfinalist —/1-1 Lost at Austria 4-1 in quarterfinal 3-1 Lost to France 4-1 in World Group Final 2003 Billie Jean King RUNNER-UP 2-0/1-1 (semis and final played neutral in Moscow, Russia) Lost in first round; maintained 1-1 Lost to Austria 3-2; 2002 Billie Jean King World Group status for 2003 1-1/— def. 5-0 in World Group Playoff 0-0 As defending champions, the U.S. automatically 2001 Did not compete advanced to the semifinals but did not compete. 2-0 2000 Billie Jean King CHAMPION 2-0/— Def. Spain 5-0 in World Group Final 3-0 1999 Billie Jean King CHAMPION 2-0/1-0 Def. Russia 4-1 in World Group Final 1-1 1998 Billie Jean King Semifinalist 1-0/0-1 Lost at Spain 3-2 in semifinal Lost in first round; maintained 1-1 Lost at Netherlands 3-2; 1997 Martina Navratilova World Group status for 1998 1-0/0-1 def. Japan 5-0 in World Group Playoff 3-0 1996 Billie Jean King CHAMPION 1-0/2-0 Def. Spain 5-0 in World Group Final 2-1 1995 Billie Jean King RUNNER-UP 2-0/0-1 Lost at Spain 3-2 in World Group Final (Note: Home-Away Format was instituted in 1995) 1994 Marty Riessen RUNNER -UP 4-1 Lost to Spain 3-0 in Final 1993 Marty Riessen Quarterfinalist 2-1 Lost to Argentina 2-1 in quarterfinal 1992 Marty Riessen Semifinalist 3-1 Lost to Germany 2-1 in semifinal 1991 Marty Riessen RUNNER -UP 4-1 Lost to Spain 2-1 in Final 1990 Marty Riessen CHAMPION 5-0 Def. USSR 2-1 in Final 1989 Marty Riessen CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Spain 3-0 in Final 1988 Marty Riessen Lost in second round 1-1 Lost to Sweden 2-1 in second round 1987 Marty Riessen RUNNER -UP 4-1 Lost to West Germany 2-1 in Final 1986 Marty Riessen CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Czechoslovakia 3-0 in Final 1985 Tom Gorman RUNNER -UP 4-1 Lost to Czechoslovakia 2-1 in Final 1984 Tom Gorman Semifinalist 3-1 Lost to Australia 2-1 in semifinal 1983 Nancy Jeffett Semifinalist 3-1 Lost to Czechoslovakia 3-0 in semifinal 1982 Chris Evert Lloyd CHAMPION 5-0 Def. West Germany 3-0 in Final 1981 Chris Evert Lloyd CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Great Britain 3-0 in Final 1980 Chris Evert Lloyd CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Australia 3-0 in Final 1979 Vicki Berner CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Australia 3-0 in Final 1978 Vicki Berner CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Australia 2-1 in Final 1977 Vicki Berner CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Australia 2-1 in Final 1976 Billie Jean King CHAMPION 5-0 Def. Australia 2-1 in Final 1975 Julie Heldman Semifinalist 4-1 Lost to Australia 2-1 in semifinal 1974 Donna Floyd Fales RUNNER -UP 3-1 Lost to Australia 2-1 in Final 1973 Linda Tuero Quarterfinalist 2-1 Lost to West Germany 2-1 in quarterfinal 1972 Donna Floyd Fales Semifinalist 3-1 Lost to South Africa 2-1 in semifinal 1971 Patti Hogan Semifinalist 2-1 Lost to Great Britain 3-0 in semifinal 1970 Carole Graebner Semifinalist 2-1 Lost to West Germany 2-1 in semifinal 1969 Donna Floyd Fales CHAMPION 4-0 Def. Australia 2-1 in Final 1968 Betty Rosenquest 2-1 Pratt Semifinalist Lost to the Netherlands 2-1 in semifinal 1967 Donna Floyd 4-0 Fales CHAMPION Def. Great Britain 2-0 in Final 1966 Rosalyn 4-0 Greenwod CHAMPION Def. West Germany 3-0 in Final 1965 Billie Jean King RUNNER -UP 2-1 Lost to Australia 2-1 in Final 1964 Madge Vosters RUNNER -UP 3-1 Lost to Australia 2-1 in Final 1963 William Kellogg CHAMPION 4-0 Def. Australia 2-1 in Final Grand 18 Fed Cup titles 15 2-38 52 of 56 years in World Group Total 19 Captains 11 runner-up finishes (did not compete in 2001) *Bold indicates first year as U.S. Fed Cup Captain.

HOW THE U.S. FARES WHEN THE TIE IS ON THE LINE:

When U.S. leads 2-0 When the U.S. is tied 2-2 When U.S. is down 0-2 3rd Singles Record 20-3 Doubles Record 7-6 3rd Singles Record 2-10 Outcome of Tie 24-0^ Outcome of Tie 7-6 Outcome of Tie 0-12

When U.S. leads 2-1 When U.S. is down 1-2 4th Singles Record 8-9 4th Singles Record 4-4 Outcome of Tie 12-5 Outcome of Tie 3-5

^ 2000 semifinal played best-of-three; third rubber was doubles.

PLAYER RECORDS – ALL-TIME ROSTER (Records through 2019)

First Ties Player Singles Doubles Overall Year Played Years Played 1 Darlene Hard 3-1 3-0 6-1 1963 4 1 1963 2 Carole Graebner 2-1 9-1 11 -2 1963 10 3 1963, 1965-66 3 Billie Jean King 26-3 26-1 52 -4 1963 36 9 1963-67, 1976-79 4 Nancy Gunter 10-1 5-1 15 -2 1964 11 3 1964, 1968-69 5 — 4-0 4-0 1964 4 1 1964 6 Julie Heldman 13-6 8-3 21 -9 1966 19 5 1966, 1969-70, 1974-75 7 Rosie Casals 8-1 26-1 34 -2 1967 29 7 1967, 1976-81 8 Mar y-Ann Beattie 1-2 4-2 5-4 1968 6 2 1968, 1970 9 Kathleen Harter — 1-0 1-0 1968 1 1 1968 10 Peaches Bartkowicz 3-0 4-0 7-0 1969 7 2 1969-70 11 Patti Hogan 3-3 4-1 7-4 1970 6 2 1970, 1973 12 Sharon Walsh -Pete 1-2 13-4 14 -6 1970 17 5 1970, 1972-74, 1985 13 Linda Tuero 5-2 — 5-2 1972 7 2 1972-73 14 Valerie Ziegenfuss 4-0 2-1 6-1 1972 4 1 1972 15 Janice Metcalf — 0-1 0-1 1973 1 1 1973 16 Jeanne Evert 4-0 — 4-0 1974 1 1 1974 17 Kathy Kuykendall 3-1 — 3-1 1975 4 1 1975 18 Janet Wright — 3-1 3-1 1975 4 1 1975 19 Chris Evert 40-2 17-2 57 -4 1977 42 9 1977-82, 1986-87, 1989 20 Tracy Austin 13-1 — 13 -1 1978 14 3 1978-80 21 Kathy Jordan 6-3 17-1 23 -4 1980 19 4 1980-81, 1984-85 22 Andrea Jaeger 8-1 — 8-1 1981 9 2 1981, 1983 23 Andrea Leand — 1-0 1-0 1982 1 1 1982 24 Martina Navratilova 15-0 16-1 31 -1 1982 20 6 1982, 1986, 1989, 1995, 2003-04 25 Candy Reynolds 2-2 3-0 5-2 1983 4 1 1983 26 — 3-0 3-0 1983 3 1 1983 27 Zina Garrison 7-4 15-1 22 -5 1984 23 8 1984-87, 1989-91, 1994 28 Kathy Horvath 3-1 — 3-1 1984 4 1 1984 29 — 3-1 3-1 1984 4 1 1984 30 1-1 3-0 4-1 1985 3 2 1985, 1987 31 Pam Shriver 5-0 14-1 19 -1 1986 17 4 1986-87, 1989, 1992 32 Patty Fendick 0-1 2-0 2-1 1988 3 2 1988, 1990 33 Gigi Fernandez 3-1 20-2 23 -3 1988 25 8 1988, 1990-92, 1994-97 34 Lori McNeil 4-5 2-0 6-5 1988 9 3 1988, 1992-93 35 1-0 — 1-0 1988 1 1 1988 36 Jennifer Capriati 10-4 1-1 11 -5 1990 14 5 1990-91, 1996, 2000, 2002 37 Mary Joe Fernandez 12-8 4-2 16 -10 1991 18 6 1991, 1994-98 38 — 5-0 5-0 1992 5 2 1992-93 39 Lindsay Davenport 26-3 7-0 33-3 1993 20 11 1993-2000, 2002, 2005, 2008 40 Ann Wunderlich — 2-0 2-0 1993 2 1 1993 41 2-0 — 2-0 1995 1 1 1995 42 Chanda Rubin 7-3 1-0 8-3 1995 5 5 1995, 1997, 1999, 2003-04 43 Monica Seles 15-2 2-0 17 -2 1996 10 5 1996, 1998-2000, 2002 44 — 2-0 2-0 1996 2 1 1996 45 -Messerli 1-0 1-0 2-0 1997 2 1 1997 46 Lisa Raymond 3-6 11-3 14-9 1997 15 8 1997-98, 2000, 2002-04, 2007-08 47 Serena Will iams 13-0 3-2 16 -2 1999 10 7 1999, 2003, 2007, 2012-13, 2015, 2018 48 Venus Williams 21-2 4-3 25 -5 1999 13 10 1999, 2003-05, 2007, 2012-13, 2015-16, 2018 49 Megha nn Shaughnessy 3-4 1-0 4-4 2002 5 2 2002-03 50 0-1 1-0 1-1 2003 2 1 2003 51 Jill Craybas 2-4 1-1 3-5 2004 5 4 2004-06, 2009 52 — 1-1 1-1 2005 2 1 2005 First Ties Player Singles Doubles Overall Year Played Years Played 53 0-2 — 0-2 2005 2 2 2005-06 54 2-1 — 2-1 2006 2 1 2006 55 Vania King 1-4 4-3 5-7 2006 8 5 2006-09, 2011 56 — 0-1 0-1 2006 1 1 2006 57 0-1 — 0-1 2007 1 1 2007 58 2-0 — 2-0 2008 1 1 2008 59 1-1 — 1-1 2008 1 1 2008 60 Liezel Huber — 8-3 8-3 2008 11 6 2008-13 61 Melanie Oudin 5-8 — 5-8 2009 7 3 2009-11 62 Julie Ditty — 1-0 1-0 2009 1 1 2009 63 Bethanie Mattek - 2-6 7-1 9-7 2009 10 6 2009-11, 2016-18 Sands 64 Alexa Glatch 2-1 — 2-1 2009 2 1 2009 65 Christina McHale 5-5 — 5-5 2010 7 6 2010-12, 2014-16 66 CoC o Vandeweghe 8-4 5-1 13 -5 2010 9 5 2010, 2015-18 67 Sloane Stephens 6-4 1-1 7-5 2012 6 7 2012-14, 2016-19 68 Varvara Lepchenko 2-0 0-1 2-1 2013 1 1 2013 69 0-2 — 0-2 2013 1 1 2013 70 Madison Keys 4-4 1-1 5-5 2014 5 4 2014, 2016, 2018-19 71 Alison Riske 1-2 0-1 1-3 2014 4 4 2014-15, 2017-18 72 0-2 1-0 1-2 2014 3 3 2014-15, 2017 73 Taylor Townsend — 1-0 1-0 2015 1 1 2015 74 Shelby Rogers 0-1 2-0 2-1 2017 3 1 2017 75 Sofia Kenin 1-3 -- 1-3 2018 3 2 2018-19 76 Danielle Collins 1-0 0-1 1-1 2018 1 2 2018-19 77 Nicole Melichar -- 0-1 0-1 2018 1 2 2018-19 78 -- 0-1 0-1 2019 1 1 2019 79 -- 0-1 0-1 2019 1 1 2019

RUBBER-BY-RUBBER RESULTS (Since Home-Away Format was instituted in 1995; Bold indicates the deciding rubber) Final 1st 2nd Day 3rd 4th Year Rd. Nation Score Singles Singles One Singles Singles Doubles 2019 PO Switzerland 3-2 W L 1-1 W W L 2019 1R Australia 3-2 L W 1-1 L W L 2018 F at Czech Rep. 3-0 L L 0-2 L -- -- 2018 SF France 3-2 W L 1-1 W W L 2018 QF Netherlands 3-1 W W 2-0 W -- L 2017 F at Belarus 3-2 W L 1-1 W L W 2017 SF Czech Rep. 3-2 W L 1-1 W L W 2017 QF Germany 4-0 W W 2-0 W -- W 2016 PO at Australia 4-0 W W 2-0 W -- W 2016 WGII Poland 4-0 W W 2-0 W -- W 2015 PO at Italy 2-3 W L 1-1 W L L 2015 WGII at Argentina 4-1 W W 2-0 L W W 2014 PO France 2-3 L W 1-1 W L L 2014 QF Italy 1-3 L L 0-2 L -- W 2013 PO Sweden 3-2 L W 1-1 W W L 2013 QF at Italy 2-3 W L 1-1 W L L 2012 PO at Ukraine 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2012 WGII Belarus 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2011 PO at Germany 0-5 L L 0-2 L L L 2011 QF at Belgium 1-4 L L 0-2 L L W 2010 F Italy 1-3 L L 0-2 W L -- 2010 SF Russia 3-2 W L 1-1 L W W 2010 QF at France 4-1 W W 2-0 W L W 2009 F at Italy 0-4 L L 0-2 L -- L 2009 SF at Czech Rep. 3-2 L W 1-1 L W W 2009 QF Argentina 3-2 W L 1-1 L W W 2008 SF at Russia 2-3 L L 0-2 L W W 2008 QF Germany 4-1 L W 1-1 W W W 2007 SF Russia 2-3 L W 1-1 W L L 2007 QF Belgium 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2006 SF at Belgium 1-4 L L 0-2 L L W 2006 QF at Germany 3-2 W W 2-0 L W L 2005 SF at Russia 1-4 L L 0-2 W L W 2005 QF Belgium 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2004 QF at Austria 1-4 W L 1-1 L L L 2004 1R at Slovenia 4-1 L W 1-1 W W W 2003 F France 1-4 L L 0-2 L L W 2003 SF Belgium 4-1 W W 2-0 L W W 2003 QF Italy 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2003 1R Czech Rep. 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2002 QR Israel 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2002 1R Austria 2-3 L L 0-2 L W W 2000 F Spain 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 2000 SF Belgium 2-1^ W W 2-0 -- -- W 1999 F Russia 4-1 W W 2-0 W L W 1999 SF at Italy 4-1 W L 1-1 W W W 1999 QF Croatia 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 1998 SF at Spain 2-3 L W 1-1 W L L 1998 1R Netherlands 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 1997 QR Japan 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 1997 1R at Netherlands 2-3 L W 1-1 L L W 1996 F Spain 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 1996 SF at Japan 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W 1996 QF at Austria 3-2 W L 1-1 W L W 1995 F at Spain 2-3 L L 0-2 L W W 1995 SF France 3-2 L W 1-1 W L W 1995 1R Austria 5-0 W W 2-0 W W W

HOME VENUES – BY STATE

The United States owns an all-time record of 42-7 when playing at home. The U.S. Fed Cup team has played at 30 different venues in 17 states. MISSOURI (1-1) ALABAMA (1-0) St. Louis, Chaifetz Arena (1 tie) , Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex 2014 World Group-PO (IH) France d. United States, 3-2 Arena (1 tie) 2010 World Group-SF (IH) United States d. Russia 3-2 Springfield, Cooper Complex (1 tie) 2002 World Group-QR (H) United States d. Israel 5-0

ARIZONA (1-0) NEVADA (2-0) Surprise, Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex (1 tie) Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Resort (2 ties) 2009 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Argentina 3-2 2000 World Group-F (IC) United States d. Spain 5-0

2000 World Group-SF (IC) United States d. Belgium 2-1 CALIFORNIA (7-1) San Diego, San Diego Sports Arena (1 tie) NEW JERSEY (1-0) 2010 World Group-F (IH) Italy d. United States, 3-1 Atlantic City, Convention Center (1 tie) 1996 World Group-F (IC) United States d. Spain 5-0 La Jolla, La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club (1 tie) 2008 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Germany 4-1 NORTH CAROLINA (3-2) Asheville, U.S. Cellular Center (2 ties) Stanford, Taube Family Tennis Stadium (1 tie) 2018 World Group-1R (IH) United States def. Netherlands, 3-1 1999 World Group-F (H) United States d. Russia 4-1 2019 World Group-IR (IH) Australia def. United States, 3-2

Santa Clara, Decathlon Club (5 ties) Charlotte, Olde Providence Racquet Club (1 tie) 2002 World Group-1R (C) Austria d. United States 3-2 1982 First Round (H) United States d. Indonesia 3-0

1982 Second Round (H) United States d. Mexico 3-0 Raleigh, Raleigh Racquet Club (1 tie) 1982 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Brazil 3-0 1999 World Group-QF (C) United States d. Croatia 5-0 1982 Semifinal (H) United States d. Czechoslovakia 3-0 1982 Final (H) United States d. West Germany 3-0 Wilmington, Trask Coliseum (1 tie)

1995 World Group-SF (IC) United States d. France 3-2 FLORIDA (5-0) Tampa Bay, Saddlebrook Resort (1 tie) OHIO (0-1) 2017 World Group-SF (H) United States d. Czech Rep., 3-2 Cleveland, Public Auditorium (1 tie) 2014 World Group-1R (IH) Italy def. United States 3-1 Delray Beach, Delray Beach Tennis Center (2 ties) 2013 World Group-PO (H) United States d. Sweden, 3-2 PENNSYLVANIA (8-1) 2007 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Belgium 5-0 Philadelphia, Spectrum Stadium (5 ties) 2005 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Belgium 5-0 1976 First Round (IC) United States d. Israel 3-0 1976 Second Round (IC) United States d. Yugoslavia 3-0 Aventura, Turnberry Isle Club (1 tie) 1976 Quarterfinal (IC) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 1995 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Austria 5-0 1976 Semifinal (IC) United States d. Netherlands 3-0 1976 Final (IC) United States d. Australia 3-0 GEORGIA (5-0) Atlanta, Peachtree (5 ties) Philadelphia, Germantown Club (4 ties) 1990 First Round (H) United States d. Poland 3-0 1964 Second Round (G) United States d. Ireland 3-0 1990 Second Round (H) United States d. Belgium 3-0 1964 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. Argentina 3-0 1990 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Czechoslovakia 2-1 1964 Semifinal (G) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1990 Semifinal (H) United States d. Austria 3-0 1964 Final (G) Australia d. United States 2-1 1990 Final (H) United States d. USSR 2-1 SOUTH CAROLINA (1-0) HAWAII (2-0) Kiawah Island, East Beach Tennis Club (1 tie) 1998 World Group-QF (C) United States d. Netherlands 5-0 Maui, Royal Lahaina Resort (1 tie) 2017 World Group-1R (H) United States def. Germany, 4-0 TEXAS , Freeman Coliseum (1 tie) Kailua Kona, Holua Tennis Center (1 tie) 2019 World Group Playoff (IH) United States d. Switzerland, 3-2 2016 World Group II-1R (H) United States def. Poland, 4-0 WASHINGTON, D.C. (1-0) MASSACHUSETTS (3-0) William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center (1 tie) Worcester, DCU Center (1 tie) 2003 World Group-QF (H) United States d. Italy 5-0 2012 World Group II-1R (IH) United States d. Belarus 5-0 VERMONT (0-1) Lowell, Paul E. Tsongas Arena (1 tie) Stowe, The Stadium at Topnotch (1 tie) 2003 World Group-1R (IH) United States d. Czech Republic 5-0 2007 World Group-SF (H) Russia d. United States 3-2

Surface Key Boston, Longwood Cricket Club (1 tie) C- Clay 1997 World Group-QR (H) United States d. Japan 5-0 G- Grass H- Hard Court Outdoor IC- Indoor Carpet IH- Indoor Hard RC- Red Clay AWAY VENUES – BY COUNTRY

The United States owns an all-time record of 110-31 on away and neutral courts. U.S. Fed Cup squads have now played at 50 different venues in 21 countries.

ARGENTINA (1-0) Prague, Stvanice Tennis Center (5 ties) Buenos Aires, Pilara Tennis Club (1 tie) 1986 First Round (RC) United States d. China 3-0 2015 World Group II-1R (RC) United States d. Argentina, 4-1 1986 Second Round (RC) United States d. Spain 3-0 1986 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. Italy 2-1 AUSTRALIA (11-3) 1986 Semifinal (RC) United States d. West Germany 3-0 1986 Final (RC) United States d. Czechoslovakia 3-0 , Tennis Centre (1 tie)

2016 World Group-PO (RC) United States d. Australia, 4-0 Prague, O2 Arena (1 tie)

2018 World Group-F (IH) Czech Republic d. United States, 3-0 Melbourne, Flinders Park (2 ties) 1988 First Round (H) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 1988 Second Round (H) Sweden d. United States 2-1 FRANCE (6-2) Aix-en-Provence, Arena Du Pays D’Aix (1 tie) Melbourne, Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club (8 ties) 2018 World Group-SF (IC) United States d. France, 3-2 1978 First Round (G) United States d. South Korea 3-0 1978 Second Round (G) United States d. New Zealand 3-0 Lievin, Stade Couvert Regional Lievin (1 tie) 1978 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. France 3-0 2010 World Group-QF (RC) United States d. France 4-1 1978 Semifinal (G) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1978 Final (G) United States d. Australia 2-1 Aix-en-Provence, Aixoise Country Club (4 ties) 1965 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. Italy 3-0 1975 First Round (RC) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 1965 Semifinal (G) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1975 Second Round (RC) United States d. Sweden 2-1 1965 Final (G) Australia d. United States 2-1 1975 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. South Africa 2-1 1975 Semifinal (RC) Australia d. United States 2-1 , Royal Kings Park Tennis Club (3 ties) 1971 First Round (G) United States d. Italy 3-0 , Roland Garros (3 ties) 1971 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. South Africa 2-1 1968 Second Round (RC) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 1971 Semifinal (G) Great Britain d. United States 3-0 1968 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. France 2-1 1968 Semifinal (RC) Netherlands d. United States 2-1 AUSTRIA (1-1) Innsbruck, Bergisel Stadion (1 tie) GERMANY / WEST GERMANY (23-6) 2004 World Group-QF (RC) Austria d. United States 4-1 , Porsche Arena (1 tie) 2011 World Group-Playoff (IRC) Germany d. United States 5-0 Salzburg, Hellbrunn Stadium (1 tie) 1996 World Group-QF (RC) United States d. Austria 3-2 Ettenheim, Tennisclub Ettenheim (1 tie) 2006 World Group-QF (RC) United States d. Germany 3-2 BELARUS (1-0) , Chizhovka Arena (1 tie) Frankfurt, Waldstadion Tennis Club (12 ties) 2017 World Group-F (IH) United States d. Belarus, 3-2 1994 First Round (RC) United States d. Czech Republic 3-0 1994 Second Round (RC) United States d. Canada 3-0 1994 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. Austria 3-0 BELGIUM (0-2) 1994 Semifinal (RC) United States d. France 3-0 Antwerp, Sportpaleis Antwerp (1 tie) 1994 Final (RC) Spain d. United States 3-0 2011 World Group-QF (IH) Belgium d. United States 4-1 1992 First Round (RC) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1992 Second Round (RC) United States d. Denmark 3-0 Ostend, Sea’rena (1 tie) 1992 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. France 2-1 2006 World Group-SF (IH) Belgium d. United States 4-1 1992 Semifinal (RC) Germany d. United States 2-1 1993 First Round (RC) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 BRAZIL (3-1) 1993 Second Round (RC) United States d. China 2-1 Sao Paulo, Esporte Clube Pinheiros (4 ties) 1993 Quarterfinal (RC) Argentina d. United States 2-1 1984 First Round (RC) United States d. Mexico 3-0 1984 Second Round (RC) United States d. Switzerland 2-1 (W. Germany), Rot-Weiss Tennis Club (5 ties) 1984 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. Italy 2-1 1980 First Round (RC) United States d. Poland 3-0 1984 Semifinal (RC) Australia d. United States 2-1 1980 Second Round (RC) United States d. New Zealand 3-0 1980 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. USSR 3-0 1980 Semifinal (RC) United States d. Czechoslovakia 3-0 CANADA (4-1) 1980 Final (RC) United States d. Australia 3-0 Vancouver, Hollyburn Country Club (5 ties) 1987 First Round (H) United States d. Japan 3-0 Bad Homburg (W. Germany), Bad Homburg T.C. (3 ties) 1987 Second Round (H) United States d. France 3-0 1973 First Round (RC) United States d. Italy 3-0 1987 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1973 Second Round (RC) United States d. South Korea 2-1 1987 Semifinal (H) United States d. Bulgaria 3-0 1973 Quarterfinal (RC) West Germany d. United States 3-0 1987 Final (H) West Germany d. United States 2-1 Freiburg (W. Germany), Freiburg Tennis Club (3 ties) CZECHOSLOVAKIA / CZECH REPUBLIC (6-0) 1970 Second Round (RC) United States d. Yugoslavia 3-0 , Starobrno Rondo Arena (1 tie) 1970 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. South Africa 3-0 2009 Semifinal (IH) United States d. Czech Republic 3-2 1970 Semifinal (RC) West Germany d. United States 2-1

Berlin (W. Germany), Blau-Weiss Tennis Club (4 ties) 1985 Second Round (H) United States d. China 3-0 1967 Second Round (RC) United States d. Rhodesia 3-0 1985 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Argentina 2-1 1967 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. South Africa 3-0 1985 Semifinal (H) United States d. Australia 2-1 1967 Semifinal (RC) United States d. West Germany 3-0 1985 Final (H) Czechoslovakia d. United States 2-1 1967 Final (RC) United States d. Great Britain 2-0

Tokyo, Tamagawa-en Racquet Club (5 ties) 1981 First Round (C) United States d. Korea 3-0 GREAT BRITAIN (13-1) 1981 Second Round (C) United States d. Spain 3-0 Nottingham, England, Nottingham Tennis Centre (5 ties) 1981 Quarterfinal (C) United States d. Romania 3-0 1991 First Round (H) United States d. Netherlands 2-0 1981 Semifinal (C) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 1991 Second Round (H) United States d. Bulgaria 3-0 1981 Final (C) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1991 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Austria 2-1 1991 Semifinal (H) United States d. Czechoslovakia 3-0 NETHERLANDS (0-1) 1991 Final (H) Spain d. United States 2-1 Haarlem, Sports Centre (1 tie) 1997 World Group-1R (IC) Netherlands d. United States 3-2 Eastbourne, England, Devonshire Park (5 ties) 1977 First Round (G) United States d. Austria 3-0 RUSSIA (1-3) 1977 Second Round (G) United States d. Switzerland 3-0 Moscow, Small Sport Arena “Luzhniki” (1 tie) 1977 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. France 3-0 2008 World Group-SF (IRC) Russia d. United States 3-2 1977 Semifinal (G) United States d. South Africa 3-0 1977 Final (G) United States d. Australia 2-1 Moscow, Olympic Stadium (3 ties)

2003 World Group-SF (IC) United States d. Belgium 4-1 London, England, Queen’s Club (4 ties) 2003 World Group-F (IC) France d. United States 4-1 1963 First Round (G) United States d. Italy 3-0 2005 World Group-SF (IRC) Russia d. United States 4-1 1963 Quarterfinal (G) United States d. Netherlands 3-0 1963 Semifinal (G) United States d. Great Britain 3-0 1963 Final (G) United States d. Australia 2-1 SLOVENIA (1-0) Portoroz, SRC Marina Portoroz (1 tie) GREECE (4-0) 2004 World Group-1R (RC) United States d. Slovenia 4-1 Athens, Athens Tennis Club (4 ties) 1969 Second Round (RC) United States d. Yugoslavia 3-0 SPAIN (4-2) 1969 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. Italy, 3-0 Madrid, Club de Campo Villa (1 tie) 1969 Semifinal (RC) United States d. Netherlands, 3-0 1998 World Group-SF (RC) Spain d. United States 3-2 1969 Final (RC) United States d. Australia, 2-1 Valencia, Club Tennis de Valencia (1 tie) ITALY (8-4) 1995 World Group-F (RC) Spain d. United States 3-2 Brindisi, Circolo Tennis Brindisi (1 tie) 2015 World Group-PO (RC) Italy d. United States, 3-2 Madrid, RSHE Club de Campo (4 ties) 1979 Second Round (RC) United States d. Germany 3-0 Rimini, 105 Stadium (1 tie) 1979 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. France 3-0 2013 World Group-1R (IRC) Italy d. United States 3-2 1979 Semifinal (RC) United States d. USSR 2-0 1979 Final (RC) United States d. Australia 3-0 Reggio Calabria, Circolo del Tennis “Rocco Polimeni” (1 tie) 2009 World Group-F (RC) Italy d. United States 4-0 SOUTH AFRICA (3-1) Johannesburg, Ellis Park (4 ties) Ancona, Ancona Tennis Association (1 tie) 1972 First Round (H) United States d. Rhodesia 3-0 1999 World Group-SF (RC) United States d. Italy 4-1 1972 Second Round (H) United States d. Uruguay 2-0 1972 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Netherlands 3-0 Naples, Naples Tennis Club (4 ties) 1972 Semifinal (H) South Africa d. United States 2-1 1974 Second Round (RC) United States d. Poland 3-0 1974 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. France 3-0 SWITZERLAND (3-1) 1974 Semifinal (RC) United States d. West Germany 2-1 1974 Final (RC) Australia d. United States 2-1 , Albisguetli Tennis Complex (4 ties) 1983 First Round (RC) United States d. Norway 3-0 Turin, Turin Press Sporting Club (4 ties) 1983 Second Round (RC) United States d. Sweden 3-0 1983 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. Yugoslavia 2-1 1966 Second Round (RC) United States d. Sweden 3-0 1983 Semifinal (RC) Czechoslovakia d. United States 3-0 1966 Quarterfinal (RC) United States d. France 2-1 1966 Semifinal (RC) United States d. Great Britain 2-1 1966 Final (RC) United States d. West Germany 3-0 UKRAINE (1-0) Kharkiv, Superior Golf & Spa Resort (1 tie) JAPAN (15-1) 2012 World Group-PO (RC) United States d. Ukraine 5-0 Nagoya, Rainbow Hall (1 tie) 1996 World Group-SF (IC) United States d. Japan 5-0

Tokyo, Ariake Tennis Forest Park (5 ties) Surface Key 1989 First Round (H) United States d. Greece 3-0 C- Clay 1989 Second Round (H) United States d. Denmark 3-0 G- Grass 1989 Quarterfinal (H) United States d. Austria 3-0 H- Hard Court Outdoor 1989 Semifinal (H) United States d. Czechoslovakia 2-0 IC- Indoor Carpet 1989 Final (H) United States d. Spain 3-0 IH- Indoor Hard IRC- Indoor Red Clay Nagoya, Nagoya Green Tennis Club (5 ties) RC- Red Clay 1985 First Round (H) United States d. Korea 3-0

U.S. FED CUP TEAM ALL-TIME RECORD vs ALL NATIONS

ALL-TIME SINCE 1995 1963-1994 BY SURFACE RECORD HOME AWAY NEUTRAL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL GRASS CLAY HARD IN CARPET OUTDOOR INDOOR COUNTRY WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS 1 ARGENTINA 4 1 1 0 1 0 - - 1 0 - - 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 - - 4 1 - - 2 AUSTRALIA 9 6 - 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 6 3 3 2 4 3 1 1 1 0 8 5 1 1 3 AUSTRIA 7 2 1 1 1 1 - - 1 0 - - 4 0 1 0 2 2 4 0 - - 7 2 0 0 4 BELARUS 2 0 1 0 1 0 ------2 0 - - - - 2 0 5 BELGIUM 5 2 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 ------3 2 2 0 3 0 2 2 6 BRAZIL 1 0 - - - 0 - - 1 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - 7 BULGARIA 2 0 ------2 0 - - - - 2 0 - - 2 0 - - 8 CANADA 1 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 9 CHINA 3 0 ------3 0 - - 2 0 1 0 - - 3 0 - - 10 CROATIA 1 0 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 11 CZECH REPUBLIC 10 3 2 0 1 1 - - 2 0 1 0 4 2 - - 4 1 6 2 - - 8 2 2 1 12 DENMARK 2 0 ------2 0 - - 1 0 1 0 - - 2 0 - - 13 FRANCE 12 2 1 1 2 0 0 1 - - 1 0 8 0 2 0 8 0 1 1 1 1 9 0 3 2 14 GERMANY 9 5 2 0 1 1 - - 1 0 1 3 4 1 - - 6 4 3 1 - - 9 4 0 1 15 GREAT BRITAIN 9 1 ------1 0 1 0 7 1 4 1 4 0 1 0 - - 9 1 - - 16 GREECE 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 1 0 - - 17 INDONESIA 1 0 ------1 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - 18 IRELAND 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 ------1 0 - - 19 ISRAEL 2 0 1 0 - - - - 1 0 ------1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 20 ITALY 9 5 1 2 1 3 ------7 0 3 0 5 3 1 2 - - 9 2 0 3 21 JAPAN 3 0 1 0 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 22 MEXICO 2 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - 1 0 1 0 - - 2 0 - - 23 NETHERLANDS 7 2 2 0 0 1 - - 1 0 - - 4 1 1 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 5 1 2 1 24 NEW ZEALAND 2 0 ------2 0 1 0 1 0 - - - - 2 0 - - 25 NORWAY 1 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 26 POLAND 4 0 1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 2 0 - - 2 0 2 0 - - 4 0 - - 27 RHODESIA 2 0 ------2 0 - - 1 0 1 0 - - 2 0 - - 28 ROMANIA 1 0 ------1 0 - - 1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 29 RUSSIA/USSR 5 3 2 1 0 2 - - 1 0 - - 2 0 - - 2 2 3 1 - - 4 1 1 2 30 SLOVENIA 1 0 - - 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 31 SOUTH AFRICA 5 1 ------0 1 5 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 - - 5 1 - - 32 SOUTH KOREA 4 0 ------4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 - - 4 0 - - 33 SPAIN 5 4 2 0 0 2 ------3 2 - - 2 3 1 1 2 0 3 4 2 0 34 SWEDEN 4 1 1 ------3 1 - - 3 0 1 1 - - 4 1 - - 35 SWITZERLAND 9 0 1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 7 0 1 0 5 0 2 0 1 0 7 0 2 0 36 UKRAINE 1 0 - - 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 37 URUGUAY 1 0 ------1 0 - - - - 1 0 - - 1 0 - - 38 YUGOSLAVIA 4 0 ------1 0 - - 3 0 - - 3 0 - - 1 0 3 0 1 0 TOTAL 152 38 24 6 12 13 1 1 18 1 5 5 92 12 21 3 70 20 50 13 11 2 132 25 20 13 WIN 37 LOSS 20 WIN 115 LOSS 18 WIN 152 LOSS 38 WIN 152 LOSS 38

ALL-TIME TIES *winning player in bold

UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 3-1 — 2019 — First Round (World Group)

U.S. Cellular Center UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-2 Playoff (World Group) Asheville, N.C. (indoor hard) February 10-11, 2018 Freeman Coliseum San Antonio, Texas (indoor hard) Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); Paul Haarhus (NED) April 20-21, 2019 Venus Williams (USA) def. Arantxa Rus 61 64 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Richel Hogenkamp 46 76(8) 63 Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); Heinz Guenthardt (SUI) Venus Williams (USA) def. Richel Hogenkamp 75 61 (SUI) d. Madison Keys (USA) 62 63 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) vs. Arantxa Rus not played Sloane Stephens (USA) d. (SUI) 64 63 Lesley Kerkhove/ (NED) Sloane Stephens (USA) d. Viktorija Golubic (SUI) 63 62 def. Serena Williams/Venus Williams 62 63 Sofia Kenin (USA) d. Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) 63 76(4) Non-playing U.S. team members: Lauren Davis and Ylena In-Albon (SUI)

d. Jennifer Brady and Jessica Pegula (USA) 75 62 — 2017 — AUSTRALIA def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 First Round (World Group) UNITED STATES def. BELARUS, 3-2 U.S. Cellular Center Final (World Group) Asheville, N.C. (indoor hard) Chizhovka Arena February 9-10, 2019 Minsk, Belarus (indoor hard) November 11-12, 2017 Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); (AUS) Ashleigh Barty (AUS) d. Sofia Kenin (USA) 61 76(2) Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); Eduard Dubrou (BLR) Madison Keys (USA) d. Kimberly Birrell (AUS) 62 62 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Aliaksandra Sasnovich 64 64 Ashleigh Barty (AUS) d. Madison Keys (USA) 64 61 Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) def. Sloane Stephens 63 36 64 Danielle Collins (USA) d. (AUS) 61 36 62 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Aryna Sabalenka 76(5) 61 Ashleigh Barty/Priscilla Hon (AUS) Aliaksandra Sasnovich (BLR) def. Sloane Stephens 46 61 86 d. Danielle Collins/Nicole Melichar (USA), 64 75 Coco Vandeweghe/Shelby Rogers (USA) def. Aryna Sabalenka/Aliaksandra Sasnovich 63 76(3) — 2018 — Non-playing U.S. team members: Alison Riske

CZECH REPUBLIC def. UNITED STATES, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. CZECH REPUBLIC, 3-2 Final (World Group) Semifinal (World Group) O2 Arena Saddlebrook Resort Prague (indoor hard) Tampa Bay, Florida (Outdoor Clay) November 10-11, 2018 April 22-23, 2017

Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); Petr Pala (CZE) Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); Petr Pala (CZE) Barbora Strycova (CZE) d. Sofia Kenin (USA) 67(5) 61 64 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Marketa Vondrousova 61 64 Katerina Siniakova (CZE) d. Alison Riske (USA) 63 76(2) Katerina Siniakova (CZE) def. Shelby Rogers 63 63 Katerina Siniakova (CZE) d. Sofia Kenin (USA) 75 57 75 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Katerina Siniakova 64 60 Marketa Vondrousova (CZE) def. Lauren Davis 62 75 Non-playing U.S. team members: Danielle Collins, Nicole Melichar Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Kristyna Pliskova/Katerina Siniakova 62 63 UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-2

Semifinal (World Group) UNITED STATES def. GERMANY, 4-0 Arena Du Pays D’Aix First Round (World Group) Aix-en-Provence, France (indoor clay) Royal Lahaina Resort April 21-22, 2018 Maui, Hawaii (Outdoor Hard) Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); (FRA) February 11-12, 2017 Sloane Stephens (USA) def. 76(3) 75 (FRA) def. Coco Vandeweghe 16 63 62 Captains: Kathy Rinaldi (USA); (GER) Sloane Stephens (USA) def. Kristina Mladenovic 62 60 Alison Riske (USA) def. 76(10) 62 Madison Keys (USA) def. Pauline Parmentier 76(4) 64 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Julia Goerges 63 31 ret. /Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Andrea Petkovic 36 64 60 def. Coco Vandeweghe/Bethanie Mattek-Sands 64 36 106 Alison Riske (USA) vs. Julia Goerges not played Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Shelby Rogers (USA) def. /Carina Witthoeft 41 ret. — 2016 — — 2014 —

UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 4-0 FRANCE def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Playoff (World Group) Playoff (World Group) Queensland Tennis Centre Chaifetz Arena Brisbane, Australia (Outdoor Clay) St. Louis, Mo. (Indoor Hard) April 16-17, 2016 April 19-20, 2014

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Alicia Molik (AUS) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Amelie Mauresmo (FRA) Madison Keys (USA) def. Daria Gavrilova 64 62 Caroline Garcia (FRA) def. Sloane Stephens 63 62 Christina McHale (USA) def. 36 61 75 Madison Keys (USA) def. Alize Cornet 67(4) 76(4) 63 Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. Samantha Stosur 26 75 64 Sloane Stephens (USA) def. Virginie Razzano 62 64 Christina McHale (USA) vs. Daria Gavrilova not played Caroline Garcia (FRA) def. Madison Keys 64 63 Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Coco Vandeweghe (USA) Caroline Garcia/Virginie Razzano (FRA) def. Daria Gavrilova/ 61 64 def. Sloane Stephens/Madison Keys 62 75

UNITED STATES def. POLAND, 4-0 ITALY def. UNITED STATES, 3-1 First Round (World Group II) First Round (World Group) Holua Tennis Center Public Auditorium Kailua Kona, Hawaii (Outdoor Hard) Cleveland, Ohio (Indoor Hard) February 6-7, 2016 February 8-9, 2014

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Klaudia Jans-Ignacik (POL) (ITA) def. Christina McHale 63 36 61 Sloane Stephens (USA) def. 62 64 (ITA) def. Madison Keys 62 61 Venus Williams (USA) def. Paula Kania 75 62 Karin Knapp (ITA) def. Alison Riske 63 75 Venus Williams (USA) def. Magda Linette 61 62 Christina McHale (USA) vs. Camila Giorgi not played Sloane Stephens (USA) vs. Paula Kania not played Madison Keys/Lauren Davis (USA) Bethanie Mattek-Sands/Coco Vandeweghe (USA) def. / 62 63 def. Klaudia Jans-Ignacik/Paula Kania 61 75

— 2015 — — 2013 —

ITALY def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 UNITED STATES def. SWEDEN, 3-2 Playoff (World Group) Playoff (World Group) Circolo Tennis Brindisi Delray Beach Tennis Center Brindisi, Italy (Outdoor Clay) Delray Beach, Fla. (Outdoor Hard) April 18-19, 2015 April 20-21, 2013

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Lars-Anders Wahlgren (SWE) Serena Williams (USA) def. Camila Giorgi 76(5) 62 (SWE) def. Sloane Stephens 64 46 61 Sara Errani (ITA) def. Lauren Davis 61 62 Serena Williams (USA) def. 62 62 Serena Williams (USA) def. Sara Errani 46 76(3) 63 Serena Williams (USA) def. Sofia Arvidsson 62 61 Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Christina McHale 61 61 Venus Williams (USA) def. Johanna Larsson 63 75 Sara Errani/Flavia Pennetta (ITA) / (SWE) def. Serena Williams/Alison Riske 60 63 def. Varvara Lepchenko/Venus Williams W/O

UNITED STATES def. ARGENTINA, 4-1 ITALY def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 First Round (World Group II) First Round (World Group) Pilara Tennis Club 105 Stadium Buenos Aires, Argentina (Outdoor Clay) Rimini, Italy (Indoor Red Clay) February 7-8, 2015 February 9-10, 2013

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Marie-Hose Gaidano (ARG) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) Venus Williams (USA) def. 63 62 Sara Errani (ITA) def. Jamie Hampton 62 61 Serena Williams (USA) def. Maria Irigoyen 75 60 Varvara Lepchenko (USA) def. Roberta Vinci 26 64 75 Paula Ormaechea (ARG) def. Coco Vandeweghe 64 64 Varvara Lepchenko (USA) def. Sara Errani 62 75 Venus Williams (USA) def. Maria Irigoyen 61 64 Roberta Vinci (ITA) def. Jamie Hampton 62 46 61 Taylor Townsend/Coco Vandeweghe (USA) Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci (ITA) def. Tatiana Bua/Nadia Podoroska 62 63 def. Liezel Huber/Varvara Lepchenko 62 62 Non-playing U.S. team members: Melanie Oudin

— 2012 — — 2010 —

UNITED STATES def. UKRAINE, 5-0 ITALY def. UNITED STATES, 3-1 Playoff (World Group I) Final (World Group) Superior Golf & Spa Resort San Diego Sports Arena, Kharkiv, Ukraine (Outdoor Red Clay) San Diego, Calif. (Indoor Hard) April 21-22, 2012 November 6-7, 2010

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Igor Dernovskyi (UKR) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) Christina McHale (USA) def. 61 46 63 Francesca Schiavone (ITA) def. Coco Vandeweghe 62 64 Serena Williams (USA) def. 61 62 Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 76(4) 62 Serena Williams (USA) def. Lesia Tsurenko 62 63 Melanie Oudin (USA) def. Francesca Schiavone 63 61 Christina McHale (USA) def. Elina Svitolina 63 75 Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Coco Vandeweghe 61 62 Liezel Huber/Sloane Stephens (USA) Liezel Huber/Melanie Oudin (USA) def. /Nadiya Kichenok 61 64 vs. Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci Not played

UNITED STATES def. BELARUS, 5-0 UNITED STATES def. RUSSIA 3-2 First Round (World Group II) Semifinal (World Group) DCU Center Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Arena, Worcester, Mass. (Indoor Hard) Birmingham, Ala. (Indoor Hard) February 4-5, 2012 April 24-25, 2010

Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); (BLR) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Shamil Tarpisev (RUS) Christina McHale (USA) def. Anastasia Yakimova 60 64 Melanie Oudin (USA) def. Alla Kudryavtseva 63 63 Serena Williams (USA) def. 75 60 Elena Dementieva (RUS) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 64 63 Serena Williams (USA) def. Anastasia Yakimova 57 61 61 Elena Dementieva (RUS) def. Melanie Oudin 76(4) 06 63 Christina McHale (USA) def. Darya Kustova 60 61 Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) def. Ekaterina Makarova 64 26 63 Liezel Huber/Venus Williams (USA) Liezel Huber/Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) def. Darya Kustova/Anastasia Yakimova 61 62 def. Elena Dementieva/Alla Kudryavtseva 63 61

Non-playing U.S. team members: Sloane Stephens Non-playing U.S. team members: Sloane Stephens UNITED STATES def. FRANCE 4-1 — 2011 — Quarterfinal (World Group) Stade Couvert Regional Lievin, Lievin, France (Red Clay) GERMANY def. UNITED STATES, 5-0 February 6-7, 2010 Playoff (World Group) Porsche Arena Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Nicolas Escude (FRA) Stuttgart, Germany (Indoor Red Clay) Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) def. Alize Cornet 76(7) 75 April 16-17, 2011 Melanie Oudin (USA) def. Pauline Parmentier 64 64 Melanie Oudin (USA) def. 76(3) 64 Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Barbara Rittner (GER) Pauline Parmentier (FRA) def. Christina McHale 64 64 Andrea Petkovic (GER) def. Christina McHale 63 64 Liezel Huber/Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) Julia Goerges (GER) def. Melanie Oudin 62 76(5) def. Stephanie Cohen-Aloro/Alize Cornet 62 63 Andrea Petkovic (GER) def. Melanie Oudin 62 63 (GER) def. Christina McHale 63 64 Julia Goerges/Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) — 2009 —

def. Liezel Huber/Vania King 36 63 61 ITALY def. UNITED STATES 4-0

Final (World Group) BELGIUM def. UNITED STATES, 4-1 Circolo del Tennis “Rocco Polimeni”, Reggio Calabria, Italy (Red Clay) Quarterfinal (World Group) November 7-8, 2009 Sportpaleis Antwerp,

Antwerp, Belgium (Indoor Hard) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) February 5-6, 2011 Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Alexa Glatch 63 61 Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); (BEL) Francesca Schiavone (ITA) def. Melanie Oudin 76(2) 62 Yanina Wickmayer (BEL) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 61 76(6) Flavia Pennetta (ITA) def. Melanie Oudin 75 62 Kim Clijsters (BEL) def. Melanie Oudin 60 64 Sara Errani/Roberta Vinci (ITA) Kim Clijsters (BEL) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 67(10) 62 61 def. Liezel Huber/Vania King 46, 63 [119] Yanina Wickmayer (BEL) def. Melanie Oudin 62 60 Liezel Huber/Vania King (USA) def. Kirsten Flipkens/An-Sophie Mestach 63 75

— 2007 — UNITED STATES def. CZECH REPUBLIC 3-2 Semifinal (World Group) RUSSIA def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Starobrno Rondo Arena, Brno, Czech Republic (Indoor Hard) Semifinal (World Group) April 25-26, 2009 The Stadium at Topnotch, Stowe, Vt. (Hard)

July 14-15, 2007 Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Petr Pala (CZE) Petra Kvitova (CZE) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 63 76(2) Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Shamil Tarpischev (RUS) Alexa Glatch (USA) def. Iveta Benesova 61 62 (RUS) def. Vania King 61 63 Lucie Safarova (CZE) def. Bethanie Mattek-Sands 63 61 Venus Williams (USA) def. Nadia Petrova 76(6) 06 64 Alexa Glatch (USA) def. Petra Kvitova 62 61 Venus Williams (USA) def. Anna Chakvetadze 61 64 Liezel Huber/Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) Nadia Petrova (RUS) def. Meilen Tu 61 62 def. Iveta Benesova/Kveta Peschke 26 76(2) 61 Nadia Petrova/Elena Vesnina (RUS) def. Lisa Raymond/Venus Williams 75 76(1) Non-playing U.S. team members: Melanie Oudin UNITED STATES def. BELGIUM, 5-0 UNITED STATES def. ARGENTINA 3-2 Quarterfinal (World Group) Quarterfinal (World Group) Delray Beach Tennis Center, Delray Beach, Fla. (Hard) Surprise Tennis & Racquet Complex, Surprise, Ariz. (Hard) April 21-22, 2007 February 7-8, 2009 Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Sabine Appelmans (BEL) Captains: Mary Joe Fernandez (USA); Ricardo Rivera (ARG) Venus Williams (USA) def. Kirsten Flipkens 75 62 Jill Craybas (USA) def. Betina Jozami 62 61 Serena Williams (USA) def. 61 64 Gisela Dulko (ARG) def. Melanie Oudin 62 75 Vania King (USA) def. Kirsten Flipkens 46 64 75 Gisela Dulko (ARG) def. Jill Craybas 61 63 Venus Williams (USA) def. Yanina Wickmayer 61 62 Melanie Oudin (USA) def. Betina Jozami 26 61 62 Vania King/Lisa Raymond (USA) Julie Ditty/Liezel Huber (USA) def. Tamaryn Hendler/Caroline Maes 61 62 def. Gisela Dulko/Betina Jozami 62 63 — 2006 — — 2008 — BELGIUM def. UNITED STATES, 4-1 RUSSIA def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Semifinal (World Group) Semifinal (World Group) Sea’rena, Ostend, Belgium (Indoor Hard) Small Sport Arena "Luzhniki", Moscow, Russia (Red Clay) July 15-16, 2006 April 26-27, 2008 Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Carl Maes (BEL) Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Shamil Tarpischev (RUS) Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) def. Jill Craybas 57 62 64 Anna Chakvetadze (RUS) def. Vania King 64 75 Kim Clijsters (BEL) def. Jamea Jackson 46 62 61 (RUS) def. Ahsha Rolle 62 61 Kim Clijsters (BEL) def. Vania King 60 61 (RUS) def. Vania King 46 63 62 Kirsten Flipkens (BEL) def. Mashona Washington 26 31 ret. Ahsha Rolle (USA) def. Elena Vesnina 63 64 Jill Craybas/Vania King (USA) Liezel Huber/Vania King (USA) def. /Caroline Maes 61 62 def. Svetlana Kuznetsova/Elena Vesnina 76(3) 64 UNITED STATES def. GERMANY, 3-2 Non-playing U.S. team members: Quarterfinal (World Group) Tennisclub Ettenheim, Ettenheim, Germany (Red Clay) UNITED STATES def. GERMANY, 4-1 April 22-23, 2006 Quarterfinal (World Group) Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Barbara Rittner (GER) La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, La Jolla, Calif. (Hard) Jamea Jackson (USA) def. Anna-Lena Groenefeld 62 36 75 February 2-3, 2008 Jill Craybas (USA) def. 46 62 75 Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Barbara Rittner (GER) Anna-Lena Groenefeld (GER) def. Jill Craybas 62 75 Sabine Lisicki (GER) def. Lindsay Davenport 61 75 Jamea Jackson (USA) def. Martina Muller 76(2) 62 Ashley Harkleroad (USA) def. Tatjana Malek 61 63 Anna-Lena Groenefeld/Jasmin Woehr (GER) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Julia Goerges 61 62 def. Vania King/Shenay Perry 26 64 62 Ashley Harkleroad (USA) def. Sabine Lisicki 64 75

Lindsay Davenport/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Anna-Lena Groenefeld/Tatjana Malek 62 60

Non-playing U.S. team members:

— 2005 — — 2003 —

RUSSIA def. UNITED STATES, 4-1 FRANCE def. UNITED STATES, 4-1 Semifinal (World Group) Final (World Group) Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia (Indoor Red Clay) Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia (Indoor Carpet) July 9-10, 2005 -23, 2003

Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Shamil Tarpischev (RUS) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); (FRA) (RUS) def. Venus Williams 57 64 62 Ameilie Mauresmo (FRA) def. Lisa Raymond 63 64 Elena Dementieva (RUS) def. Mashona Washington 75 64 (FRA) def. Meghann Shaughnessy 63 36 86 Venus Williams (USA) def. Elena Dementieva 61 62 Ameilie Mauresmo (FRA) def. Meghann Shaughnessy 62 61 Anastasia Myskina (RUS) def. Jill Craybas 64 64 Emilie Loit (FRA) def. Alexandra Stevenson 64 62 Vera Douchevina/ (RUS) Martina Navratilova/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Corina Morariu/Venus Williams 61 75 def. Stephanie Cohen-Aloro/Emilie Loit 64 60

UNITED STATES def. BELGIUM, 5-0 UNITED STATES def. BELGIUM, 4-1 Quarterfinal (World Group) Semifinal (World Group) Delray Beach Tennis Center, Delray Beach, Fla. (Hard) Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia (Indoor Carpet) April 23-24, 2005 November 19-20, 2003

Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Carl Maes (BEL) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Ivo Van Aken (BEL) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Evelyn Vanhyfte 60 62 Lisa Raymond (USA) def. 62 61 Venus Williams (USA) def. Els Callens 62 62 Meghann Shaughnessy (USA) def. Kirsten Flipkens 67(4) 76(8) 97 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Els Callens 64 60 Els Callens (BEL) def. Meghann Shaughnessy 63 76(5) Venus Williams (USA) def. Leslie Butkiewicz 61 64 Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Elke Clijsters 62 61 Lindsay Davenport/Corina Morariu (USA) Martina Navratilova/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Kirsten Flipkens/Evelyn Vanhyfte 61 62 def. Elke Clijsters/Carolina Maes 61 64

Non-playing U.S. team members: Serena Williams Non-playing U.S. team members: Alexandra Stevenson

— 2004 — UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 5-0 Quarterfinal (World Group) AUSTRIA def. UNITED STATES, 4-1 William H.G. Fitzgerald Center, Washington, D.C. (Hard) Quarterfinal (World Group) July 19-20, 2003 Bergisel Stadion, Innsbruck, Austria (Red Clay) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) July 10-11, 2004 Meghann Shaughnessy (USA) def. Francesca Schiavone 63 64 Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Alfred Tesar (AUT) Chanda Rubin (USA) def. 63 63 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. Barbara Schwartz 61 57 64 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. Francesca Schiavone 57 64 60 Barbara Schett (AUT) def. Lisa Raymond 62 64 Meghann Shaugnessy (USA) def. Rita Grande 63 75 Barbara Schett (AUT) def. Chanda Rubin 63 62 Lisa Raymond/Alexandra Stevenson (USA) Barbara Schwartz (AUT) def. Lisa Raymond 76(3) 46 108 def./ 61 76(4) Barbara Schett/ (AUT) def. Jill Craybas/Martina Navratilova 63 06 63 UNITED STATES def. CZECH REPUBLIC, 5-0 First Round (World Group) UNITED STATES def. SLOVENIA, 4-1 Paul E. Tsongas Arena, Lowell, Mass. (Indoor Hard) First Round (World Group) April 26-27, 2003 SRC Marina Portoroz, Portoroz, Slovenia (Red Clay) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Petra Pichalova-Langrova (CZE) April 24-25, 2004 Serena Williams (USA) def. Daja Bedanova 61 60 Captains: Zina Garrison (USA); Mima Jausovec (SLO) Venus Williams (USA) def. Iveta Benesova 75 61 Tina Pisnik (SLO) def. Lisa Raymond 75 75 Venus Williams (USA) def. Klara Koukalova 62 62 Venus Williams (USA) def. Katerina Srebotnik 61 62 Serena Williams (USA) def. Iveta Benesova 63 62 Venus Williams (USA) def. Tina Pisnik 63 61 Serena Williams/Venus Williams (USA) Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Katerina Srebotnik 57 63 64 def. Daja Bedanova/Eva Birnerova 60 61 Martina Navratilova/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Tina Krizan/Katerina Srebotnik 61 16 60 Non-playing U.S. team members: Alexandra Stevenson and Meghann Shaughnessy Non-playing U.S. team members: Laura Granville

— 2002 — — 1999 —

UNITED STATES def. ISRAEL, 5-0 UNITED STATES def. RUSSIA, 4-1 Qualifying Round (World Group) Final (World Group) , Springfield, Mo. (Hard) Taube Family Tennis Stadium, Stanford, Calif. (Hard) July 20-21, 2002 September 18-19, 1999

Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Oded Jackob (ISR) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Konstantin Bogoroditsky (RUS) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. 63 63 Venus Williams (USA) def. Elena Likhotseva 64 64 Monica Seles (USA) def. Tzipi Obziler 64 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Elena Demetieva 64 60 Monica Seles (USA) def. Anna Smashnova 64 60 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Elena Likhotseva 64 64 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Tzipi Obziler 26 61 76(1) Elena Dementieva (RUS) def. Venus Williams 16 63 76(5) Lisa Raymond/Meghann Shaughnessy (USA) Serena Williams/Venus Williams (USA) def. Tzipi Obziler/Hila Rosen 63 60 def. Elena Dementieva/ 62 61

AUSTRIA def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Non-playing U.S. team members: Monica Seles First Round (World Group) Olde Providence Racquet Club, Charlotte, N.C. (Clay) UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 4-1 April 27-28, 2002 Semifinal (World Group) Ancona Tennis Association, Ancona, Italy (Red Clay) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Alfred Tesar (AUT) July 24-25, 1999 Barbara Schwartz (AUT) def. Monica Seles 76(7) 62 (AUT) def. Jennifer Capriati (walkover) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); (ITA) Barbara Schwartz (AUT) def. Meghann Shaughnessy 46 67(7) 97 Venus Williams (USA) def. Rita Grande 62 63 Monica Seles (USA) def. Evelyn Fauth 63 63 (ITA) def. Monica Seles 64 46 64 Lisa Raymond/Monica Seles (USA) Venus Williams (USA) def. Silvia Farina 61 61 def. Evelyn Fauth/ 61 76(4) Serena Williams (USA) def. Rita Grande 61 61 Serena Williams/Venus Williams (USA) — 2001 — def. Tathiana Garbin/Adriana Serra Zanetti 62 62

United States did not enter competition Non-playing U.S. team members: Mary Joe Fernandez

UNITED STATES, def. CROATIA, 5-0 — 2000 — Quarterfinal (World Group) Raleigh Racquet Club, Raleigh, N.C. (Clay) UNITED STATES def. SPAIN, 5-0 April 17-18, 1999 Final (World Group) Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas, Nev. (Indoor Carpet) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Vjeran Friscic (CRO) November 24-25, 2000 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. 76(5) 46 108 Monica Seles (USA) def. 63 61 Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Miguel Margets (ESP) Monica Seles (USA) def. Iva Majoli 60 63 Monica Seles (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 62 63 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. Silvija Talaja 63 64 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 62 16 63 Chanda Rubin/ Monica Seles (USA) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 61 62 def. Iva Majoli/Silvija Talaja 63 62 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 61 10 ret. Jennifer Capriati/Lisa Raymond (USA) Non-playing U.S. team members: Lindsay Davenport and def. /Magui Serna 46 64 62 Lisa Raymond

UNITED STATES def. BELGIUM, 2-1 Semifinal (World Group) Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas, Nev. (Indoor Carpet) November 22, 2000

Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Ivo Van Aken (BEL) Monica Seles (USA) def. 76(1) 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Kim Clijsters 76(4) 46 63 Els Callens/Dominique Van Roost (BEL) def. Jennifer Capriati/Lisa Raymond 63 75

— 1998 — — 1996 —

SPAIN def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 UNITED STATES def. SPAIN, 5-0 Semifinal (World Group) Final (World Group) Club de Campo Villa, Madrid Spain (Red Clay) Convention Center, Atlantic City, N.J. (Indoor Carpet) July 25-26, 1998 September 28-29, 1996

Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Miguel Margets (ESP) Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Miguel Margets (ESP) Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) def. Lisa Raymond 67(4) 63 60 Monica Seles (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 62 62 Monica Seles (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 63 36 61 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario 75 61 Monica Seles (USA) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario 64 60 Monica Seles (USA) def. Arantxa Sanchez-Vicaro 36 63 61 Conchita Martinez (ESP) def. Lisa Raymond (US) 76(1) 64 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Gala Leon-Garcia 75 62 Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario (ESP) Mary Joe Fernandez/Linda Wild (USA) def. Mary Joe Fernandez/Lisa Raymond 64 67(5) 119 def. Gala Leon-Garcia/Virginia Ruano Pascual 61 64

UNITED STATES def. JAPAN, 5-0 Semifinal (World Group) UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 5-0 Rainbow Hall, Nagoya, Japan (Indoor Carpet) Quarterfinal (World Group) July 12-13, 1996 East Beach Tennis Club, Kiawah Island, S.C. (Clay) April 18-19, 1998 Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Toshiro Sakai (JPN) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. 62 61 Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Fed Hemmes (NED) Monica Seles (USA) def. 62 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. 64 61 Monica Seles (USA) def. Kimiko Date 60 62 Monica Seles (USA) def. 61 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Ai Sugiyama 76(8) 75 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Miriam Oremans 61 62 Lindsay Davenport/Linda Wild (USA) Monica Seles (USA) def. Amanda Hopmans 61 62 def. Kyoko Nagatsuka/ Ai Sugiyama 62 61 Mary Joe Fernandez/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. / 61 ret. UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 3-2 Quarterfinal (World Group) — 1997 — Hellbrunn Stadium, Salzburg, Austria (Red Clay) April 27-28, 1996

UNITED STATES def. JAPAN, 5-0 Captains: Billie Jean King (US); Karol Safarik (AUT) Qualifying Round (World Group) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Judith Wiesner 63 76(5) Longwood Cricket Club, Boston, Mass. (Hard) (AUT) def. Jennifer Capriati 62 64 July 12-13, 1997 Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Barbara Paulus 63 76(4)

Judith Wiesner (AUT) def. Jennifer Capriati 61 61 Captains: Martina Navratilova (USA); Takeshi Koura (JPN) Gigi Fernandez/Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Ai Sugiyama 46 62 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. 61 63 def. Petra Schwarz/Judith Wiesner 60 64

Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Ai Sugiyama 64 76(1) Kimberly Po (USA) def. Naoko Sawamatsu 62 64 — 1995 — Lindsay Davenport/Lisa Raymond (USA) def. Naoko Kijimuta/Nana Miyagi 64 64 SPAIN def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Final (World Group) NETHERLANDS def. UNITED STATES, 3-2 Club Tenis de Valencia, Valencia, Spain (Red Clay) First Round (World Group) November 25-26, 1995 Sports Centre, Haarlem, Netherlands (Indoor Carpet) March 1-2, 1997 Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Miguel Margets (ESP) Conchita Martinez (ESP) def. Chanda Rubin 75 76(3) Captains: Martina Navratilova (USA); Fred Hemmes (NED) Aranxta Sanchez Vicario (ESP) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 63 62 Miriam Oremans (NED) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 61 64 Conchita Martinez (ESP) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 63 64 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. Brenda Schultz-McCarthy 46 64 63 Chanda Rubin (USA) def. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 61 46 64 Brenda Schultz-McCarthy (NED) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 16 64 97 Lindsay Davenport/Gigi Fernandez (USA) Miriam Oremans (NED) def. Chanda Rubin 63 60 def. Virginia Ruano Pascual/Maria Antonio Sanchez Lorenzo 63 76(3) Gigi Fernandez/Kimberly Po (USA) def. Manon Bollegraf/ 63 62

UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-2 UNITED STATES def. CANADA, 3-0 Semifinal (World Group) Second Round - July 21, 1994 Trask Coliseum, Wilmington, N.C. (Indoor Carpet) July 22-23, 1995 Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Pierre Lamarche (CAN) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. 61 41 ret. Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Francoise Durr (FRA) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Patricia Hy 62 64 Mary Pierce (FRA) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 76(1) 63 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison-Jackson (USA) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Julie Halard 76(0) 75 def. /Rene Simpson-Alter 61 76(3) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Mary Pierce 63 46 60 Julie Halard (FRA) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 16 75 61 UNITED STATES def. CZECH REPUBLIC, 3-0 Lindsay Davenport/Gigi Fernandez (USA) First Round - July 19, 1994 def. Julie Halard/Nathalie Tauziat 61 76(2) Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Pavel Slozil (CZE) UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 5-0 Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Petra Langrova 62 64 Quarterfinal (World Group) Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Ludmila Richterova 46 61 64 Turnberry Isle Club, Aventura, Fla. (Hard) Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison-Jackson (USA) April 22-23, 1995 def. Radka Bobkova/Eva Martincova 64 75

Captains: Billie Jean King (USA); Karol Safarik (AUT) — 1993 — Amy Frazier (USA) def. Judith Wiesner 36 64 63 Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Barbara Schett 62 64 Waldstadion Tennis Club, Frankfurt, Germany Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Judith Wiesner 63 26 63 Amy Frazier (USA) def. Barbara Schett 63 57 63 July 20-25, 1993 (Red Clay)

Gigi Fernandez/Martina Navratilova (USA) ARGENTINA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 def. Barbara Schett/Petra Schwarz-Ritter 62 61 Quarterfinal - July 22, 1993

— 1994 — Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Jorge Todero (ARG) Ines Gorrochategui (ARG) def. Lindsay Davenport 67(5) 75 75 Waldstadion Tennis Club, Frankfurt, Germany (ARG) def. Lori McNeil 57 63 60 July 19-24, 1994 (Red Clay) Debbie Graham/ (USA) def. Ines Gorrochategui/ 6-3, 3-0 ret.

SPAIN def. UNITED STATES, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. CHINA, 2-1 Final - July 24, 1994 Second Round - July 21, 1993

Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Miguel Margets (ESP) Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Hong-Wei Jiang (CHN) Conchita Martinez (ESP) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 62 62 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Ying Bi 61 63 Aranxta Sanchez Vicario (ESP) def. Lindsay Davenport 62 61 Fang Li (CHN) def. Lori McNeil 26 76(6) 60 Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP) Lindsay Davenport/Lori McNeil (USA) def. Gigi Fernandez/Mary Joe Fernandez 63 64 def. Li-Ling Chen/Fang Li 63 60

UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 Semifinal - July 23, 1994 First Round - July 20, 1993

Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Francoise Durr (FRA) Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Roy Sjoegren (SUI) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Julie Halard 61 63 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Christelle Fauche 64 63 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Mary Pierce 57 62 62 Lori McNeil (USA) def. Emanuela Zardo 61 36 63 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison-Jackson (USA) Debbie Graham/Ann Grosssman (USA) def. Julie Halard/Nathalie Tauziat (FRA) 36 61 62 def. Joanna Manta/Emanuela Zardo 63 61

UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 3-0 — 1992 — Quarterfinal - July 22, 1994 Waldstadion Tennis Club, Frankfurt, Germany Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Ingrid Resch (AUT) July 13-18, 1992 (Red Clay) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Petra Ritter 62 64 Lindsay Davenport (USA) def. Judith Polzi-Wiesner 26 62 62 GERMANY def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison-Jackson (USA) Semifinal - July 17, 1992 def. Sylvia Plischke/Barbara Schett 64 61 Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Klaus Hofass (GER) (GER) def. Gigi Fernandez 75 63 (GER) def. Lori McNeil 60 63 Debbie Graham/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Barbara Rittner/ 62 62

UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 2-1 UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 2-0 Quarterfinal - July 16, 1992 First Round - July 23, 1991

Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Phillipe Duxin (FRA) Zina Garrison (USA) def. Nicole Jagerman 75 64 Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Mary Pierce 61 64 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Manon Bollegraf 62 63 Nathalie Tauziat (FRA) def. Lori McNeil 64 75 Did not play doubles. Gigi Fernandez/ Pam Shriver (USA) def. /Nathalie Tauziat 64 62 — 1990 —

UNITED STATED def. DENMARK, 3-0 Peachtree World of Tennis, Atlanta, Ga. (Hard) Second Round - July 15, 1992 July 21-29, 1990

U.S. Captain: Marty Riessen Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Niels Rokkjaer (DEN) Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Karin Ptaszek 62 62 UNITED STATES def. USSR, 2-1 Lori McNeil (USA) def. Sofie Albinus 75 60 Final Debbie Graham/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Karin Ptasek/Henriette Kjar-Neilsen 64 62 Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); (URS)

Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. 76(3) 62 UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 Natalia Zvereva (URS) def. Zina Garrison 46 63 63 First Round - July 13, 1992 Zina Garrison/Gigi Fernandez (USA) Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); (GBR) def. Natalia Zvereva/Larisa Savchenko 64 63 Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Monique Javer 64 61 Lori McNeil (USA) def. 75 63 UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 3-0 Debbie Graham/Pam Shriver (USA) Semifinal def. Jo Durie/Clare Wood 64 76(6) Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Barbara Paulus 63 64 — 1991 — Zina Garrison (USA) def. Judith Wiesner 63 64 Patty Fendick/Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Barbara Paulus/Judith Wiesner 61 76(5) Nottingham Tennis Centre, Nottingham, England July 23-28, 1991 (Hard) UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 2-1 Quarterfinal SPAIN def. UNITED STATES, 2-1

Final - July 28, 1991 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Regina Rajchrtova 62 76(4)

Jana Novotna (TCH) def. Zina Garrison 63 63 Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Juan Alvarino (ESP) Zina Garrison/Gigi Fernandez (USA) Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 46 76(3) 61 Aranxta Sanchez Vicario (ESP) def. Mary Joe Fernandez 63 64 def. Jana Novotna/Regina Rajchrtova 76(8) 64 Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (ESP) def. Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison 36 61 61 UNITED STATES def. BELGIUM, 3-0 Second Round UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 3-0 Semifinal - July 27, 1991 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Sandra Wasserman 60 76(11) Zina Garrison (USA) def. Sabine Appelmans 64 61 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Radka Zrubakova 63 61 Zina Garrison/Gigi Fernandez (USA) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Jana Novotna 64 06 97 def. Sabina Appelmans/Sandra Wasserman 61 63 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison (USA) def. Eva Sviglerova/Regina Rajchrtova 62 63 UNITED STATES def. POLAND, 3-0 First Round UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 2-1 Quarterfinal - July 25, 1991 Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Magdalena Morz 63 61 Zina Garrison (USA) def. Kataryzna Nowak 60 61 Judith Wiesner (AUT) def. Jennifer Capriati 62 06 86 Zina Garrison/Gigi Fernandez (USA) Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. Barbara Paulus 61 61 def. Magdalena Morz/Renata Skrzypzynska 60 60 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison (USA) def. Petra Ritter/Judith Wiesner 64 61

UNITED STATES, BULGARIA, 3-0 Second Round - July 24, 1991

Jennifer Capriati (USA) def. Magdelena Maleeva 75 64 Mary Joe Fernandez (USA) def. 62 61 Gigi Fernandez/Zina Garrison (USA) def. Katerina Maleeva/Magdelena Maleeva 62 61

— 1989 — UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 First Round

Ariake Tennis Forest Park, Tokyo, Japan (Hard) Lori McNeil (USA) def. Sandrine Jaquet 60 61 October 1-9, 1989 Barbara Potter (USA) def. Eva Krapl 62 64 U.S. Captain: Marty Riessen Patty Fendick/Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Sandrine Jacquet/Emanuela Zardo 60 60 UNITED STATES def. SPAIN, 3-0 Final — 1987 — Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Juan Alvarino (ESP) Chris Evert (USA) def. Conchita Martinez 63 62 Hollyburn Country Club, Vancouver, Canada (Hard) Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Aranxta Sanchez Vicaro 06 63 64 July 26 – August 2, 1987 Zina Garrison/Pam Shriver (USA) U.S. Captain: Marty Riessen def. Conchita Martinez/Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 75 61 WEST GERMANY def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Final UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 2-0 Semifinal Captains: Marty Riessen (USA); Klaus Hofsass (FRG) Pam Shriver (USA) def. Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 60 76 Chris Evert (USA) def. Jana Novotona 62 63 Steffi Graf (FRG) def. Chris Evert 62 61 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Helena Sukova 46 61 64 Steffi Graf/Claudia Kohde-Klisch (FRG) Did not play doubles. def. Chris Evert/Pam Shriver 16 75 64

UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. BULGARIA, 3-0 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Chris Evert (USA) def. Judith Wiesner 61 60 Pam Shriver (USA) def. Katerina Maleeva 63 76 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Barbara Paulus 64 61 Chris Evert (USA) def. 62 26 64 Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) Pam Shriver/Chris Evert (USA) def. Barbara Paulus/Judith Wiesner 61 62 def. Katerina Maleeva/Dora Rangelova 61 61

UNITED STATES def. DENMARK, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 Second Round Quarterfinal

Chris Evert (USA) def. Karin Ptaszek 61 61 Pam Shriver (USA) def. 61 63 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Tine Scheuer-Larsen 75 63 Chris Evert (USA) def. Jo Durie 63 61 Zina Garrison/Martina Navratilova (USA) Elise Burgin/Zina Garrison (USA) def. Henriette Kjaer-Nielsen/Tine Scheuer-Larsen 63 61 def. Jo Durie/ 75 75

UNITED STATES def. GREECE, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 First Round Second Round

Chris Evert (USA) def. Christina Papadaki 60 61 Pam Shriver (USA) def. Isabelle Demongeot 60 76 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Angeliki Kanellopoulou 63 61 Chris Evert (USA) def. Nathalie Tautziat 61 60 Zina Garrison/Pam Shriver (USA) Pam Shriver/Chris Evert (USA) def. Angeliki Kanellopoulou/Olga Tsarbopoulou 61 63 def. Isabelle Demongeot/ 63 63

UNITED STATES def. JAPAN, 3-0 — 1988 — First Round

Flinders Park, Melbourne, Australia (Hard) Pam Shriver (USA) def. Akiko Kijimuta 76 61 December 4-11, 1998 Chris Evert (USA) def. Etsuko Inoue 62 64 U.S. Captain: Marty Riessen Chris Evert/Zina Garrison (USA) def. Etsuko Inoue/Akiko Kijimuta 62 75 SWEDEN def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Second Round

Maria Strandlund (SWE) def. Patty Fendick 63 76(3) (SWE) def. Lori McNeil 64 75 Lori McNeil/Gigi Fernandez (USA) def. Catarina Lindqvist/ Maria Lindstrom 75 61

— 1986 — UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1 Semifinal

Stvanice Tennis Center, Prague, Czechoslovakia (AUS) def. Kathy Jordan 64 67(7) 75 (Red Clay) Elise Burgin (USA) def. Anne Minter 63 64 July 20-27, 1986 Kathy Jordan/Elise Burgin (USA) U.S. Captain: Marty Riessen def. Wendy Turnbull/ 06 61 64

UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. ARGENTINA, 2-1 Final Quarterfinal

Captains: Marty Riessen (USA): Jiri Medonos (TCH) (ARG) def. Zina Garrison 57 61 61 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Helena Sukova 75 76(5) Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Adriana Villagran 61 61 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Hana Mandlikova 75 61 Kathy Jordan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Gabriela Sabatini/Adriana Villagran 57 63 64 def. Hana Mandlikova/Helena Sukova 64 62 UNITED STATES def. CHINA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. WEST GERMANY, 3-0 Second Round Semifinal Zina Garrison (USA) def. Li Xinyi 60 62 Chris Evert (USA) def. Betina Bunge 63 64 Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Ni Zhong 61 60 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Claudia Kohde-Klisch 61 64 Kathy Jordan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Li Xinyi/Ni Zhong 62 62 def. Betina Bunge/ 62 63 UNITED STATES def. KOREA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 2-1 First Round Quarterfinal Zina Garrison (USA) def. Min-Gyeong Sol 60 60 (ITA) def. Chris Evert 36 64 63 Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Soo-Ok Kim 63 64 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Raffaella Reggi 62 64 Kathy Jordan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Jeong-Soon Lee/Jeong-Ok Choi 60 60 def. Raffaella Reggi/ 63 61 — 1984 — UNITED STATES def. SPAIN, 3-0 Second Round Esporte Clube Pinheiros, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Red Clay) Chris Evert (USA) def. Maria Llorca 61 60 July 15-22, 1984 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Aranxta Sanchez 63 60 U.S. Captain: Tom Gorman Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Ana Almansa/Maria Llorca 60 61 AUSTRALIA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Semifinal UNITED STATES def. CHINA, 3-0 First Round Captains: Tom Gorman (USA); Judy Dalton (AUS) Anne Minter (AUS) def. 63 64 Zina Garrison (USA) def. Ni Zhong 63 62 Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Wendy Turnbull 63 76 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Zinyi Li 61 60 Elizabeth Sayers/Wendy Turnbull (AUS) Martina Navratilova/Pam Shriver (USA) def. Kathy Jordan/Anne Smith 76 64 def. Li-Lan Duan/ Xiufen Pu CHN 62 60

— 1985 — UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 2-1 Quarterfinal Nagoya Green Tennis Club, Nagoya, Japan (Hard) October 6-14, 1985 Kathleen Horvath (USA) def. Sandra Cecchini 63 75 U.S. Captain: Tom Gorman Rafaella Reggi (ITA) def. Zina Garrison 62 75 Kathy Jordan/Anne Smith (USA) CZECHOSLOVAKIA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 def. Sandra Cecchini/Rafaella Reggi (ITA) 63 61 Final UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 2-1 Captains: Tom Gorman (USA); Jiri Medonos (TCH) Second Round Hana Mandikova (TCH) def. Kathy Jordan 75 61 Helena Sukova (TCH) def. Elise Burgin 63 67 64 Kathleen Horvath (USA) def. Lilian Drescher 26 63 63 Elise Burgin/Sharon Walsh (USA) Christianne Jolissaint (SUI) def. Kathy Jordan 26 64 63 def. Regina Marsikova/Andrea Holikova 62 63 Kathy Jordan/Anne Smith (USA) def. Lilian Drescher/Christianne Jolissaint 64 63

UNITED STATES def. MEXICO, 3-0 First Round Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Helena Sukova 61 62 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Hana Mandlikova 64 06 61 Kathleen Horvath (USA) def. Claudia Hernandez 16 64 63 Chris Evert Lloyd/Martina Navratilova (USA) Kathy Jordan (USA) def. 62 64 def. Hana Mandlikova/Helena Sukova 63 62 Kathy Jordan/Anne Smith (USA) def. Claudia Hernandez/Alejandra Vallejo 63 60 UNITED STATES def. BRAZIL, 3-0 Quarterfinal — 1983 — Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Claudia Monteiro 63 61

Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Patricia Medrado 60 63 Albisguetli Tennis Complex, Zurich, Switzerland Chris Evert Lloyd/Martina Navratilova (USA) (Red Clay) def. Patricia Medrado/Claduia Monteiro 62 60 July 17-24, 1983 U.S. Captain: Nancy Jeffett UNITED STATES def. MEXICO, 3-0 Second Round CZECHOSLOVAKIA def. UNITED STATES, 3-0 Semifinal Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Claudia Hernandez 62 62 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Heliane Steden 75 60 Captains: Nancy Jeffertt (USA); Jan Kukal (TCH) Martina Navratilova/Andre Leand (USA) Helena Sukova (TCH) def. Candy Reynolds 67 62 62 def. Claudia Hernandez/Steden Steden 62 60 Hana Mandlikova (TCH) def. Andrea Jaeger 76 57 63 U.S. defaulted doubles due to injury. UNITED STATES def. INDONESIA, 3-0 First Round UNITED STATES def. YUGOSLAVIA, 2-1 Quarterfinal Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Sri Utaminingsih 62 61 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Susana Anggakusuma 60 60 Sabrina Goles (YUG) def. Candy Reynolds 75 36 1210 Chris Evert Lloyd/Martina Navratilova (USA) Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Renata Sasak 60 61 def. Sri Utaminingsih/Susana Anggakusuma 60 60 Candy Reynolds/Paula Smith (USA) def. Sabrina Goles/Renata Sasak, 63 64 UNITED STATES def. SWEDEN, 3-0 — 1981 — Second Round

Candy Reynolds (USA) def. Catarina Lindqvist 63 36 61 Tamagawa-en Racquet Club, Tokyo, Japan (Clay) Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Catrin Jexell 60 62 November 9-15, 1981 Candy Reynolds/Paula Smith (USA) U.S. Captain: Chris Evert Lloyd def. Catrin Jexell/Helena Olsson 61 62 UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. NORWAY, 3-0 Final First Round Captains: Chris Evert Lloyd (USA); (GBR) Candy Reynolds (USA) def. Astrid Sunde 64 62 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. 62 61 Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Ellen Grindvold 60 61 Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. 63 61 Candy Reynolds/Paula Smith (USA) Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Ellen Grinvold/Astrid Sunde 63 62 def. Sue Barker/ Virginia Wade 64 75 UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 Semifinal — 1982 —

Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Claudia Pasquale 62 61 Decathlon Club, Santa Clara, Calif. (Hard) Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Petra Delhees 62 62 July 19-25, 1982 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) U.S. Captain: Chris Evert Lloyd def. /Petra Delhees 67 63 64

UNITED STATES def. WEST GERMANY, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. ROMANIA, 3-0 Final Quarterfinal

Captains: Chris Evert Lloyd (USA); Klaus Hofsass (FRG) Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Lucia Romanov 61 60 Chris Evert (USA) def. Claudia Kohde 26 61 63 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. 61 62 Martina Navratilova (USA) def. 64 64 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) Chris Evert Lloyd/Martina Navratilova (USA) def. Virginia Ruzici/Florenza Mihai 64 61 def. Bettina Bunge/Claudia Kohde 36 61 62

UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 3-0 Semifinal UNITED STATES def. SPAIN, 3-0 — 1979 — Second Round

Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Vicki Baldovinos 60 62 RSHE Club de Campo, Madrid, Spain (Red Clay) Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. 62 60 April 30 – May 6, 1979 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) U.S. Captain: Vicki Berner def. Carmen Perea/Vicki Baldovinos 60 63 UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. KOREA, 3-0 Final First Round Captains: Vicki Berner (USA); (AUS) Andrea Jaeger (USA) def. Min-Kyeong Seol 61 63 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Reid 63 60 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Duk-Hee Lee 61 63 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Dianne Fromholtz 26 63 86 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Duk-Hee Lee/Soo-Ok Kim 62 62 def. Kerry Melville Reid/Wendy Turnbull 36 63 86

UNITED STATES def. USSR, 3-0 — 1980 — Semifinal

Rot-Weiss Tennis Club, Berlin, West Germany (Red Tracy Austin (USA) def. Natasha Chmyreva 60 61 Clay) Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Olga Morozova 64 86 May 19-25, 1980 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) U.S. Captain: Chris Evert Lloyd led Olga Morozova/Olga Zaitzeva 98

UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 Final Quarterfinal

Captains: Chris Evert Lloyd (USA); Vicky Berner (AUS) Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Brigitte Simon 60 60 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Dianne Fromholtz 46 61 61 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Federique Thibault 64 60 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Wendy Turnbull 62 63 Rosie Casals/Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Francoise Durr/Brigitte Simon 61 64 def. Dianne Fromholtz/ 26 64 64 UNITED STATES def. GERMANY, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 3-0 Second Round Semifinal Tracy Austin (USA) def. Iris Reidel 61 63 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Renata Tomanova 61 62 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. 64 63 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Hana Mandlikova 26 62 62 Rosie Casals/Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Katja Ebbinghaus/Sylvia Hanika 61 64 def. Iva Budarova/Renata Tomanova 63 60 UNITED STATES def. PHILIPPINES, walkover UNITED STATES def. USSR, 3-0 First Round Quarterfinal — 1978 — Tracy Austin (USA) def. Olga Morozova 60 61 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. Olga Zaitzeva 60 62 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Melbourne, Australia def. Julia Salnikov/Olga Zaitzeva 64 61 (Grass) November 27 – December 3, 1978 UNITED STATES def. NEW ZEALAND, 3-0 U.S. Captain: Vicki Berner Second Round UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1 Chris Evert Lloyd (USA) def. 61 10 ret. Final Tracy Austin (USA) def. Judy Chaloner 61 61 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) Captains: Vicki Berner (USA); (AUS) def. Judy Chaloner/Christine Newton 62 75 Kerry Melville Reid (AUS) def. Tracy Austin 63 63 Chris Evert (USA) def. Wendy Turnbull 36 61 61 UNITED STATES def. POLAND, 3-0 Billie Jean King/Chris Evert (USA) First Round def. Wendy Turnbull/Melville Reid 46 61 64

Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Iwona Kuczynska 60 61 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Malgorzata Sieracka 61 61 Rosie Casals/Kathy Jordan (USA) def. Dziekonska Dorota/Iwona Kuczynska 63 46 63

UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 Semifinal Second Round

Tracy Austin (USA) def. 61 61 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Christianne Jolissaint 60 63 Chris Evert (USA) def. Virginia Wade 62 64 Chris Evert (USA) def. Annemarie Ruegg 63 60 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) Rosie Casals/Chris Evert (USA) def. Sue Barker/ Anne Hobbs 16 63 64 def. Petra Delhees/Monica Simmen 60 75

UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. AUSTRIA, 3-0 Semifinal First Round

Tracy Austin (USA) def. Federique Thibault 64 63 Chris Evert (USA) def. Sabine Bernegger 60 60 Chris Evert (USA) def. Brigitte Simon 62 62 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Helena Wimmer 62 62 Chris Evert/Billie Jean King (USA) Rosie Casals/Chris Evert (USA) def. Francoise Durr/Gail Lovera 57 63 62 def. Sabine Bernegger/Helena Wimmer 60 61

UNITED STATES def. NEW ZEALAND, 3-0 — 1976 — Second Round Spectrum Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. (Indoor Carpet) Tracy Austin (USA) def. Brenda Perry 61 62 August 22-29, 1976 Chris Evert (USA) def. Judy Chaloner 61 61 U.S. Captain: Billie Jean King Chris Evert/Billie Jean King (USA)

def. Judy Chaloner/Christine Newton 61 61 UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1

Final UNITED STATES def. SOUTH KOREA, 3-0

First Round Captains: Billie Jean King (USA): Neale Fraser (AUS)

Kerry Melville Reid (AUS) def. Rosie Casals 16 63 75 Tracy Austin (USA) def. Choi Kyung-Mie 60 60 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Evonne Goolagong 76(4) 64 Chris Evert (USA) def. Hanh Yoon-Ja 61 60 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) Chris Evert/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Evonne Goolagong/Melville Reid 75 63 def. Eun-Jeong Cha/Kyung-Mie Choi 61 60

— 1977 — UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 3-0 Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, England (Grass) Semifinal

June 13-18, 1977 Rosie Casals (USA) def. Elly Vessies 61 62 U.S. Captain: Vicki Berner Billie Jean King (USA) def. Betty Stove 62 63 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1 def. Betty Stove/Tina Zwaan 61 64 Final

UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 Captains: Vicki Berner (USA); Neale Fraser (AUS) Quarterfinal Billie Jean King (USA) def. Dianne Fromholtz 61 26 62

Chris Evert (USA) def. Kerry Melville Reid 75 63 Rosie Casals (USA) def. Monica Simmen 61 61 Melville Reid/Wendy Turnbull (AUS) Billie Jean King (USA) def. Petra Delhees 62 61 def. Rosie Casals/Chris Evert 63 63 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) UNITED STATES def. SOUTH AFRICA, 3-0 def. Susie Eichenberger/Monica Simmen 60 61 Semifinal

Billie Jean King (USA) def. 62 60 UNITED STATES def. YUGOSLAVIA, 3-0 Chris Evert (USA) def. Brigitte Cuypers 61 61 Second Round Rosie Casals/Chris Evert (USA)

def. Delina Boshoff/ Iana Kloss 61 36 97 Rosie Casals (USA) def. Dora Alavantic 61 61

Billie Jean King (USA) def. Mimi Jausovec 60 76 UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) Quarterfinal def. Dora Alavantic/Mimi Jausovec 60 60

Billie Jean King (USA) def. Frederique Thibault 60 60 UNITED STATES def. ISRAEL, 3-0 Chris Evert (USA) def. Francoise Durr 61 63 First Round Rosie Casals/Chris Evert (USA)

def. Francoise Durr/Gail Lovera 63 75 Rosie Casals (USA) def. Hagit Zubary 61 60 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Paulina Peisachov Peled 61 60 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Paulina Peisachov Peled/Hagit Zubary 63 61

— 1975 — UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 3-0 Quarterfinal

Aixoise Country Club, Aix-en-Provence, France Julie Heldman (USA) def. Gail Chanfreau 62 62 (Red Clay) Jeanne Evert (USA) def. Odile de Roubin 63 64 May 5-11, 1975 Julie Heldman/Sharon Walsh (USA) U.S. Captain: Julie Heldman def. Gail Chanfreau/Florence Guedy 63 62

UNITED STATES def. POLAND, 3-0 AUSTRALIA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Second Round Semifinal Julie Heldman (USA) def. Barbara Kral 63 62 Captains: Julie Heldman (USA); Vic Edwards (AUS) Jeanne Evert (USA) def. Elena Slesicka 86 61 Evonne Goolagong (AUS) def. Julie Heldman 63 63 Julie Heldman/Sharon Walsh (USA) Kathy Kuykendall (USA) def. (AUS) 75 64 def. Elena Slesicka/Barbara Kral 46 61 63 Evonne Goolagong/Helen Gourlay (AUS) def. Julie Heldman/ 119 61 FIRST ROUND BYE

UNITED STATES def. SOUTH AFRICA, 2-1 — 1973 — Quarterfinal

Julie Heldman (USA) def. 75 61 Bad Homburg Tennis Club, Bad Homburg, West Delina Boshoff (RSA) def. Kathy Kuykendall 06 75 64 Germany (Red Clay) Julie Heldman/Janet Newberry (USA) April 30 – May 6, 1973 def. Ilana Kloss/Brigette Cuypers 61 64 U.S. Captain: Linda Tuero

UNITED STATES def. SWEDEN, 2-1 WEST GERMANY def. UNITED STATES, 3-0 Second Round Quarterfinal

Helena Anliot (SWE) def. Julie Heldman 64 63 Helga Mastoff (GDR) def. Linda Tuero 62 75 Kathy Kuykendall (USA) def. Ingrid Bentzer 62 16 63 Katja Ebbinghaus(GDR) def. Patti Hogan 64 60 Julie Heldman/Janet Newberry (USA) Helga Mastoff/Heidi Orth (GDR) def. Ingrid Bentzer/Mimi Wilkstedt 26 75 86 def. Janice Metcalf/ Sharon Walsh 64 62 UNITED STATES def. SOUTH KOREA, 2-1 UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 Second Round First Round Yung- Soon Yang (KOR) def. Patti Hogan 63 64 Julie Heldman (USA) def. Evagreth Emmeneger 62 60 Linda Tuero (USA) def. Duk-Hee Lee 61 75 Kathy Kuykendall (USA) def. Marianne Kindler 60 60 Patti Hogan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Julie Heldman/Janet Newberry (USA) def. Duk-Hee Lee/Soon Oh Lee 61 60 def. Susi Eichenberger/Evagreth Emmenegger 63 61 UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 3-0 — 1974 — First Round

Patti Hogan (USA) def. Lucia Bassi 64 60 Naples Tennis Club, Naples, Italy (Red Clay) Linda Tuero (USA) def. Maria Nasuelli 62 61 May 13-19, 1974 Patti Hogan/Sharon Walsh (USA) U.S. Captain: Donna Floyd Fales def. Lucia Bassi/ Daniela Porzio Marzano 63 36 62

AUSTRALIA def UNITED STATES, 2-1 Final — 1972 —

Captains: Donna Floyd Fales (US); Vic Edwards (AUS) Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa (Hard) Evonne Goolagong (AUS) def. Julie Heldman 61 75 March 20-25, 1972 Jeanne Evert (USA) def. Dianne Fromholtz 26 75 64 U.S. Captain: Donna Floyd Fales Evonne Goolagong/ (AUS) def. Julie Heldman/Sharon Walsh 75 86 SOUTH AFRICA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Semifinal UNITED STATES def. WEST GERMANY, 2-1 Semifinal Captains: Donna Floyd Fales (USA); Jackie Du Toit (RSA) Valerie Ziegenfuss (USA) def. Pat Pretorius 64 57 64 Jeanne Evert (USA) def. Helga Hoesl 64 63 (RSA) def. Linda Tuero 63 62 Helga Mastoff (GDR) def. Julie Heldman 62 63 Brenda Kirk/Pat Pretorius (RSA) Julie Heldman/Sharon Walsh (USA) def. Sharon Walsh/Valerie Ziegenfuss 86 61 def. Helga Mastoff/Katja Ebbinghaus 36 64 61 UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 3-0 WEST GERMANY def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Linda Tuero (USA) def. Trudy Walhof 36 61 97 Captains: Carole Graebner (USA); Edward Dorrenberg (GDR) Valerie Ziegenfuss (USA) def. Marjika Schaar 62 57 75 Nancy Bartkowicz (USA) def. Helgo Hoesl 62 62 Sharon Walsh/Valerie Ziegenfuss (USA) Helga Niessen (GDR) def. Julie Heldman 60 86 def. Marjika Schaar/Trudy Walhof 86 63 Helgo Hoesl/Helga Niessen (GDR) def. Julie Heldman/Mary Ann E. Curtis 75 46 60 UNITED STATES def. URUGUAY, 2-0 Second Round UNITED STATES def. SOUTH AFRICA, 3-0 Quarterfinal Valerie Ziegenfuss (USA) def. Fiorella Bonicelle 61 60 Linda Tuero (USA) def. Mary Puljack 60 60 Jane Bartkowicz (USA) def. Marianne Brummer 61 62 Doubles not played. Julie Heldman (USA) def. Brenda Kirk 64 60 Mary Ann E. Curtis/Julie Heldman (USA) UNITED STATES def. RHODESIA, 3-0 def. Brenda Kirk/Wendy Tomlinson 64 61 First Round UNITED STATES def. YUGOSLAVIA, 3-0 Valerie Ziegenfuss (USA) def. Daphne Pattison 60 63 Second Round Linda Tuero (USA) def. Sally Hudson-Beck 64 61 Sharon Walsh/ Valeria Ziegenfuss (USA) Jane Bartkowicz (USA) def. Buljana Kostic 60 60 def. Daphne Pattison/Jenny Waggot 60 64 Julie Heldman (USA) def. Irena Skulj 60 60 Julie Heldman/Mary Ann E. Curtis (USA) def. Irena Skulj/Alenke Pipen 62 61 — 1971 — FIRST ROUND BYE Royal Kings Park Tennis Club, Perth, Australia (Grass) — 1969 — December 26-29, 1970 U.S. Captain: Patti Hogan Athens Tennis Club, Athens, Greece (Red Clay)

GREAT BRITAIN def. UNITED STATES, 3-0 May 19-25, 1969 Semifinal U.S. Captain: Donna Floyd Fales

UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1 Captains: Patti Hogan (USA); Ann Jones (GBR) Final Ann Haydon Jones (GBR) def. Patti Hogan 63 75

Virginia Wade (GBR) def. Sharon Walsh 75 64 Captains: Donna Fales (USA); Wayne Reid (AUS) Ann Haydon Jones/Virginia Wade (GBR) (USA) def. Kerry Melville 64 63 def. Pati Hogan Sharon Walsh 64 62 Margaret Smith Court (AUS) def. Julie Heldman 61 86

Jane Bartkowicz/Nancy Richey (USA) UNITED STATES def. SOUTH AFRICA, 2-1 def. Margaret Smith Court/Judy Teghart 64 64 Quarterfinal UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 3-0 Patti Hogan (USA) def. Brenda Kirk 61 62 Semifinal (RSA) def. Sharon Walsh 97 57 64 Patti Hogan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Nancy Richey (USA) def. Betty Stove 75 62 def. Brenda Krik/Laura Rossouw 63 75 Julie Heldman (USA) def. Marijke Schaar 26 97 61 Jane Bartkowicz/Nancy Richey (USA) UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 3-0 def. Ada Bakker/Betty Stove62 46 75 First Round

UNITED STATES def ITALY, 3-0 Patti Hogan (USA) def. Maria Nasuelli 63 60 Quarterfinal Sharon Walsh (USA) def. Daniela Porzio 36 62 62

Patti Hogan/Sharon Walsh (USA) Nancy Richey (USA) def. Maria Riedl 60 60 def. Maria Nasuelli/Daniela Porzio 62 63 Julie Heldman (USA) def. 60 62

Jane Bartkowicz/Nancy Richey (USA) — 1970 — def. Lucia Bassi/Lea Pericolo (ITA) 46 86 60

Freiburg Tennis Club, Freiburg, West Germany UNITED STATES def. YUGOSLAVIA, 3-0 (Red Clay) Second Round

May 19-24, 1970 Nancy Richey (USA) def. Buljana Kostic 60 60 U.S. Captain: Carole Graebner Julie Heldman (USA) def. Irena Skulj 60 63

Jane Bartkowicz/Nancy Richey (USA) def. – Lena Dvornik/Irena Skulj 61 60

FIRST ROUND BYE — 1968 — Second Round

Billie Jean King (USA) def. Pat Walkden 63 26 63 Roland Garros, Paris, France (Red Clay) Rosie Casals (USA) def. Fiona Morris 63 64 May 21-26, 1968 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) U.S. Captain: Betty Rosenquest Pratt def. Fiona Morris/Pat Walkden 63 60

NETHERLANDS def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 FIRST ROUND BYE Semifinal Captains: Betty Rosenquest Pratt (USA); Jenny Ridderhof (NED) — 1966 — Nancy Richey (USA) def. Astrid Suurbeek 62 63

Marijke Jansen (NED) def. Mary Ann Eisel 75 60 Turin Press Sporting Club, Turin, Italy (Red Clay) Astrid Suurbeek/Lidy J. Venneboer (NED) def. Mary Ann Eisel/Nancy Richey 26 86 60 May 10-15, 1966 U.S. Captain: Rosalyn Greenwood UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 2-1 Quarterfinal UNITED STATES def. WEST GERMANY, 3-0 Final Rosie Maria Darmon (FRA) def. Mary Ann Eisel 75 61 Nancy Richey (USA) def. Monique Salfati 61 64 Captains: Rosalyn Greenwood (USA); (GDR) Mary Ann Eisel/Kathy Harter (USA) Julie Heldman (USA) def. Helga Niessen 46 75 61 def. Rosie Maria Darmon/Janine Lieffrig 64 46 62 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Edda Buding 63 36 61 Carole Graebner/Billie Jean King (USA) UNITED STATES def. SWITZERLAND, 3-0 def. Edda Buding/Helga Hosl 64 62 Second Round UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 2-1 Nancy Richey (USA) def. Anna Marie Studer 61 61 Semifinal Mary Ann Eisel (USA) def. Marianne Kindler 60 61 Mary Ann Eisel/Kathy Harter (USA) Julie Heldman (USA) def. 64 57 63 def. Marienne Kindler/Anna Marie Studer 60 61 Ann Haydon Jones (GBR) def. Billie Jean King 61 64 Carole Grabener/Billie Jean King (USA) FIRST ROUND BYE def. Ann Haydon Jones/Elizabeth Starkie 46 63 60

UNITED STATES def. FRANCE, 2-1 — 1967 — Quarterfinal

Blau-Weiss Tennis Club, Berlin, West Germany Julie Heldman (USA) def. Janine Lieffrig 60 64 (Red Clay) Francoise Durr (FRA) def. Billie Jean King 57 62 63 June 6-11, 1967 Carole Grabener/Billie Jean King (USA) U.S. Captain: Donna Floyd Fales def. Francoise Durr/Janine Lieffrig 62 26 63

UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 2-0 UNITED STATES def. SWEDEN, 3-0 Final Second Round

Captains: Donna Floyd Fales (USA); Angela Barrett (GBR) Billie Jean King (USA) def. Christina Sandberg 62 63 (USA) def. Virginia Wade 97 86 Julie Heldman (USA) def. Eva Lundquist 64 60 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Ann Haydon Jones 63 64 Carole Grabener/Billie Jean King (USA) Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Ingrid Lofdahl/ Eva Lundquist 63 61 vs. Ann Jones/Virginia Wade 68 97 unfinished FIRST ROUND BYE UNITED STATES def. WEST GERMANY, 3-0 Semifinal

Rosie Casals (USA) def. Helga Hosl 62 75 Billie Jean King (USA) def. Helga Niessen 61 75 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Edda Buding/Helga Hosl 64 26 86

UNITED STATES def. SOUTH AFRICA, 3-0 Quarterfinal

Rosie Casals (USA) def. Glenda Swan 61 64 Billie Jean King (USA) def. 62 64 Rosie Casals/Billie Jean King (USA) def. Glenda Swan/Annette van Zyl 75 64

UNITED STATES def. RHODESIA, 3-0 — 1965 — UNITED STATES def. IRELAND, 3-0 Second Round

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Melbourne, Australia Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Geraldine Houlihan 62 62 (Grass) Nancy Richey (USA) def. Eleanor O’Neill 63 62 January 15-18, 1965 Billie Jean Moffitt/Karen Hantze Susman (USA) U.S. Captain: Billie Jean Moffitt def. Eleanor O’Neill/Geraldine Houlihan 61 62

AUSTRALIA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 FIRST ROUND BYE Final — 1963 — Captains: Billie Jean Moffitt (USA); Margaret Smith (AUS)

Lesley Turner (AUS) def. Carole C. Graebner 63 26 63 Margaret Smith (AUS) def. Billie Jean Moffitt 64 86 Queen’s Club, London, England (Grass ) Carole Graebner/ Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) June 17-20, 1963 def. Judy Tegart/Margaret Smith 75 46 64 U.S. Captain: William Kellogg

UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. AUSTRALIA, 2-1 Semifinal Final

Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Ann Haydon Jones 61 64 Captains: William Kellogg (USA); Eleanor "Nell" Hopman (AUS) Carole Graebner (USA) def. 63 62 Margaret Smith (AUS) def. Darlene Hard 63 60 Carole Grabener/Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Lesley Turner 57 60 63 def. Ann Haydon Jones/Christine Truman 46 86 63 Darlene Hard/Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Margaret Smith/Lesley Turner 36 1311 63 UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 3-0 UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Lea Pericoli 63 61 Darlene Hard (USA) def. Ann Hayden Jones 62 64 Carole Graebner (USA) def. Francesca Gordigiani 61 60 Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Christine Truman 63 36 64 Carole Graebner/Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) Carole Caldwell/ Darlene Hard (USA) def. Francesca Gordigiani/Lea Pericoli 46 86 63 def. Ann Haydon Jones/Christine Truman 26 97 63

UNITED STATES def. NETHERLANDS, 3-0 — 1964 — Quarterfinal

Germantown Cricket Club, Philadelphia, Pa. (Grass) Darlene Hard (USA) def. Eva Duldig de Jong 62 62 September 2-5, 1964 Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Jenny S. Ridderhof 62 62 Carole Caldwell/Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) U.S. Captain: Madge Vosters def. Eva Duldig de Jong/Jenny S. Ridderhof 60 63

AUSTRALIA def. UNITED STATES, 2-1 UNITED STATES def. ITALY, 3-0 Final First Round

Captains: Madge Vosters (US); (AUS) Darlene Hard (USA) def. Lea Pericoli 64 36 63 Margaret Smith (AUS) def. Billie Jean Moffitt 62 63 Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Sylvana Lazzarino 68 61 62 Lesley Turner (AUS) def. Nancy Richey 75 61 Carole Caldwell/Darlene Hard (USA) Billie Jean Moffitt/Karen Hantze Susman (USA) def. Sylvana Lazzarino/Lea Pericoli 64 61 def. Margaret Smith/Lesley Turner 46 75 61

UNITED STATES def. GREAT BRITAIN, 3-0 Semifinal

Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Ann Haydon Jones 64 63 Nancy Richey (USA) def. Deirdre Catt 64 63 Billie Jean Moffitt/Karen Hantze Susman (USA) def. Deirdre Catt/Ann Haydon Jones 61 63

UNITED STATES def. ARGENTINA, 3-0 Quarterfinal

Billie Jean Moffitt (USA) def. Norma Baylon 1210 97 Nancy Richey (USA) def. Anna Maria Bocio 63 62 Billie Jean Moffitt/Karen Hantze Susman (USA) def. Norma Baylon/Anna Maria Bocio 64 61