South Africa Fed Cup Team
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South Africa Fed Cup Team
South Africa
Flag of South Africa.svg
CaptainEarl Grainger
ITF ranking43 Decrease 1 (16 November 2015)
First year1963
Years played39
Ties played (W-L)132 (82-50)
Years in
World Group
20 (26-19)
Titles1 (1972)
Runners-up1 (1973)
Most total winsNatalie Grandin (33-18)
Most singles winsAmanda Coetzer (25-9)
Most doubles winsNatalie Grandin (18-5)
Best doubles teamLinky Boshoff /
Ilana Kloss (8-1)
Most ties playedNatalie Grandin (36)
Most years playedNatalie Grandin (10)

The South Africa Fed Cup team represents South Africa in Fed Cup tennis competition and are governed by the South African Tennis Association. They currently compete in the Europe/Africa Zone of Group II.

History

South Africa competed in its first Fed Cup in 1963. They won the Cup in 1972 with a team consisting of Patricia Walkden and Brenda Kirk, defeating Great Britain in the final.

Current team (2017)

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