|Hopman Cup titles||1 (1989)|
|Most total wins||Helena Suková (15-3)|
|Most singles wins||Helena Suková (6-3)|
|Most doubles wins||Helena Suková (9-0)|
|Best doubles team||Helena Suková &|
Karel Nová?ek (4-0)
|Most years played||Helena Suková (3)|
Czechoslovakia is a nation that competed at four consecutive Hopman Cup tournaments and first competed in the inaugural Hopman Cup in 1989, winning the event. This was their only time winning the event, but they did finish as the runners-up in 1992.
This is a list of players who have played for Czechoslovakia in the Hopman Cup.
|Name||Total W-L||Singles W-L||Doubles W-L||First year played||No. of years played|
|1989 1||Round One||Burswood Dome, Perth||Japan||2-1||Won|
|Semifinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||Sweden||2-1||Won|
|Final||Burswood Dome, Perth||Australia||2-0||Won|
|1990||Quarterfinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||France||3-0||Won|
|Semifinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||Spain||1-2||Lost|
|1991||First Round||Burswood Dome, Perth||Germany||2-1||Won|
|Quarterfinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||United States||1-2||Lost|
|1992||First Round||Burswood Dome, Perth||Japan||2-1||Won|
|Quarterfinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||United States||2-1||Won|
|Semifinals||Burswood Dome, Perth||Germany||2-1||Won|
|Final||Burswood Dome, Perth||Switzerland||1-2||Lost|
1 The men's singles dead rubber in the final against Australia was not played due to Pat Cash of Australia suffering illness during the mixed doubles.