|Hopman Cup titles||1 (1996)|
|Most total wins||Goran Ivani?evi? (9-3)|
|Most singles wins||Goran Ivani?evi? (5-1)|
|Most doubles wins||Goran Ivani?evi? (4-2)|
Iva Majoli (4-2)
|Best doubles team||Goran Ivani?evi? & Iva Majoli (4-2)|
|Most years played||Goran Ivani?evi? (2)|
Iva Majoli (2)
Croatia is a nation that has competed at three Hopman Cup tournaments since it gained its independence following the breakup of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. It first competed in the Hopman Cup in 1996 and went on to win the title that year, its best showing at the tournament to date.
This is a list of players who have played for Croatia in the Hopman Cup.
|Name||Total W-L||Singles W-L||Doubles W-L||First year played||No. of years played|
|1996 1||Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||South Africa||1-2||Lost|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||United States||2-1||Won|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||France||3-0||Won|
|Final||Burswood Dome, Perth||Switzerland||2-1||Won|
|1997||Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||France||3-0||Won|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||United States||1-2||Lost|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||Australia||2-1||Won|
|2007||Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||Spain||0-3||Lost|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||India||1-2||Lost|
|Round Robin||Burswood Dome, Perth||Czech Republic||2-1||Won|
1 In the 1996 final, it came down to the mixed doubles to decide the tournament champions. The Swiss team were forced to retire with the score at 5-5 in the final set when Marc Rosset injured his hand after punching an advertising board in anger.