2002 Fed Cup World Group
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2002 Fed Cup World Group

The World Group was the highest level of Fed Cup competition in 2002. Sixteen nations competed in a four-round knockout competition. Belgium was the defending champion, but they were defeated in the quarterfinals by Italy. Slovakia defeated Italy, and then Spain in the final to claim their 1st title and No. 1 ranking.

Participating Teams

Draw

  First Round
27-28 April
Quarterfinals
20-21 July
Semifinals
30-31 October
Final
2-3 November
                                     
Brussels, Belgium (Indoor clay)
1   Belgium 3  
Bologna, Italy (Outdoor clay)
  Australia 1  
  1   Belgium 1  
Milan, Italy (Outdoor clay)
  6   Italy 4  
  Sweden 0
6   Italy 5  
  6   Italy 1  
Bratislava, Slovakia (Outdoor clay)
  7   Slovakia 3  
7   Slovakia 3  
   Switzerland 2  
  7   Slovakia 4
  4   France 1  
  Argentina 2
4   France 3  
  7   Slovakia 3
  5   Spain 1
3   United States 2  
Pörtschach, Austria (Outdoor clay)
  Austria 3  
    Austria 4
Bol, Croatia (Outdoor clay)
    Croatia 1  
  Croatia 3
8   2  
    Austria 2
Almería, Spain (Outdoor clay)
  5   Spain 3  
5   Spain 4  
Capdepera, Spain (Outdoor clay)
  Hungary 1  
  5   Spain 5
Dresden, Germany (Outdoor clay)
    Germany 0  
  Germany 3
2   Russia 2  

First round

Belgium vs. Australia


Belgium
3
Royal Léopold Club, Brussels, Belgium
27-28 April 2002
Red clay (indoors)

Australia
1
1 2 3
1 Belgium
Australia
Justine Henin
Nicole Pratt
6
4
4
6
6
0
 
2 Belgium
Australia
Kim Clijsters
Alicia Molik
6
0
6
2
   
3 Belgium
Australia
Els Callens
Nicole Pratt
2
6
4
6
   
4 Belgium
Australia
Justine Henin
Alicia Molik
6
2
6
1
   
5 Belgium
Australia
Els Callens / Laurence Courtois
Nicole Pratt / Rennae Stubbs
62
77
    not
completed

[1]

Sweden vs. Italy

[2]

Slovakia vs. Switzerland

[3]

Argentina vs. France

[4]

United States vs. Austria

[5]

Croatia vs. Czech Republic


Croatia
3
Tennis Center Zlatni Rat, Bol, Croatia
28-29 April 2002
Red clay (outdoors)

Czech Republic
2

[6]

Spain vs. Hungary

[7]

Germany vs. Russia

[8]

Quarterfinals

Belgium vs. Italy


Belgium
1
Circolo Tennis Bologna, Bologna, Italy
20-21 July 2002
Red clay (outdoors)

Italy
4

[9]

Slovakia vs. France

[10]

Austria vs. Croatia

[11]

Spain vs. Germany

[12]

Semifinals

Italy vs. Slovakia

[13]

Austria vs. Spain

[14]

Final

Slovakia vs. Spain

[15]

 2002 Fed Cup Champions 

Slovakia
First title

References

  1. ^ "Belgium v Australia". fedcup.com.
  2. ^ "Sweden v Italy". fedcup.com.
  3. ^ "Slovakia v Switzerland". fedcup.com.
  4. ^ "Argentina v France". fedcup.com.
  5. ^ "United States v Austria". fedcup.com.
  6. ^ "Croatia v Czech Republic". fedcup.com.
  7. ^ "Spain v Hungary". fedcup.com.
  8. ^ "Germany v Russia". fedcup.com.
  9. ^ "Belgium v Italy". fedcup.com.
  10. ^ "Slovakia v France". fedcup.com.
  11. ^ "Austria v Croatia". fedcup.com.
  12. ^ "Spain v Germany". fedcup.com.
  13. ^ "Italy v Slovakia". fedcup.com.
  14. ^ "Austria v Spain". fedcup.com.
  15. ^ "Slovakia v Spain". fedcup.com.

See also


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