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Fed Cup 2017 Live Stream: Watch and bet on Fed Cup semifinal and World Group play-off tennis live

Live Tennis Staff in Fed Cup 17 Apr 2017
  • Fed Cup semifinal and World Group tennis is live from 22-23 April 2017
  • Angelique Kerber (Germany), Simona Halep (Romania) and Dominika Cibulkova (Slovakia) are among the top players in action
  • Watch and bet on the Fed Cup live online at bet365 > sports > live streaming tennis
Simona Halep is one of the top WTA stars in action for Fed Cup semifinals and World Group play-off ties, 22-23 April (DANIEL MIHAILESCU/AFP/Getty Images)

USA hosts the Czech Republic and Belarus face Switzerland, while Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep and Johanna Konta star in Fed Cup World Group play-off action: Fed Cup semifinal and World Group play-off tennis is live 22-23 April 2017.

Fed Cup semifinal and World Group play-off tennis is live from 22-23 April 2017. Watch and bet on tennis live online at bet365 > live streaming > tennis

Contents



Fed Cup schedule in 2017

Fed Cup World Group schedule for 2017

DateRound
11-12 FebruaryWorld Group R1 ties
22-23 FebruaryWorld Group semifinals & play-off ties
11-12 NovemberFinal


World Group semifinals, 22-23 April 2017


USA vs Czech Republic


The two most successful nations in Fed Cup history face off in Florida, with the dominant Czechs - who have lost just one tie since 2011 - hoping their second-string team will be enough to overcome the USA, playing their first Fed Cup semifinal since 2010.

The tie will be played on outdoor clay courts at the Saddlebrook Resort, Florida, USA

Fed Cup 2017 semifinal: USA vs Czech Republic

USACzech Republic
Head to head92
Last meeting32
Best Fed Cup resultChampion (17 times, most recently in 2000)Champions (10 times, most recently in 2016)
CaptainKathy Rinaldi-StunkelPetr Pala
Player #1Coco VandewegheKaterina Siniakova
Player #2Lauren DavisKristyna Pliskova
Player #3Shelby RogersDenisa Allertova
Player #4Bethanie Mattek-SandsMarketa Vondrousova
Top-ranked singles playerVandeweghe (world no. 24)Siniakova (world no. 38)
Average singles ranking58109
Top-ranked doubles playerMattek-Sands (world no. 1)Siniakova (world no. 17)


Belarus vs Switzerland


Despite the absence of Victoria Azarenka, Belarus put together a surprisingly strong performance to upset the Netherlands in the first round and will hope to pull off a similar win as they host Switzerland, who are hoping to make their first Fed Cup final since 1998.

The tie will be played on indoor hard courts at the Chizhovka Arena in Minsk, Belarus.

Fed Cup 2017 semifinal: Belarus vs Switzerland

BelarusSwitzerland
Head-to-head12
Last meeting14
Best Fed Cup resultSF (2017)Runners-up (1998)
CaptainEduard DubrouHeinz Guenthardt
Player #1Aliaksandra SasnovichTimea Bacsinszky
Player #2Aryna SabalenkaViktorija Golubic
Player #3Olga GovortsovaBelinda Bencic
Player #4Vera LapkoMartina Hingis
Top-ranked singles playerSasnovich (world no. 108)Bacsinszky (world no. 22)
Average singles ranking17352
Top-ranked doubles playerLapko (world no. 170)Hingis (world no. 8)


World Group and World Group II play-offs


France vs Spain


France, the Fed Cup runners-up in 2016, host Spain in Roanne as they try to bounce back from a first-round defeat to Switzerland and various acrimonious high-profile exchanges between members of the team, with Caroline Garcia conspicuously absent. 

World Group play-off France vs Spain

France vs SpainWorld Group play-off
VenueRoanne, France
SurfaceIndoor clay
Head-to-headFRA 4-5 ESP
Team FranceKristina Mladenovic
Alize Cornet
Pauline Parmentier
Amandine Hesse
Yannick Noah (captain)
Team SpainSara Sorribes Tormo
Silvia Soler-Espinosa
Olga Saez Larra
Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez
Conchita Martinez (captain)


Russia vs Belgium

Two teams who have known Fed Cup glory - and declined in recent years - face off in Moscow, with Russia led by Indian Wells champion Elena Vesnina, Monterrey champion Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and Charleston champion Daria Kasatkina and favoured against a Belgian team led by Hobart winner Elise Mertens.

World Group play-off Russian vs Belgium fast facts

Russia vs BelgiumWorld Group play-off
LocationMoscow, Russia
SurfaceIndoor clay
Head-to-headRUS 1-3 BEL
Team RussiaElena Vesnina
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Daria Kasatkina
Anna Blinkova
Anastasia Myskina (captain)
Team BelgiumElise Mertens
Maryna Zanevska
Alison van Uytvanck
An-Sophie Mestach
Dominique Monami (captain)


Germany vs Ukraine

The Porsche Arena in Stuttgart, home of the prestigious forthcoming Porsche Tennis Grand Prix WTA event, is the venue chosen by Germany as world no. 1 Angelique Kerber, still looking for her best form this season, leads the home side against a Ukraine team highlighted by world no. 13 Elina Svitolina.

World Group play-off Germany vs Ukraine fast facts

Germany vs UkraineWorld Group play-off
LocationStuttgart, Germany
SurfaceIndoor clay
Head-to-headGER 1-0 UKR
Team GermanyAngelique Kerber
Laura Siegemund
Julia Goerges
Carina Witthoeft
Barbara Rittner (captain)
Team UkraineElina Svitolina
Lesia Tsurenko
Olga Savchuk
Nadiia Kichenok
Mikhail Filima (captain)


Follow Germany vs Ukraine action as it happens with our dedicated tie page: Previews, match schedules, results and more


Slovakia vs Netherlands

Semifinalists in 2016, the Netherlands will be keen to bounce back from a shock defeat to Belarus in the first round as they travel to Slovakia, where world no. 4 and WTA Finals Singapore champion Dominika Cibulkova leads her home side.

World Group play-off Slovakia vs Netherlands fast facts

Slovakia vs NetherlandsWorld Group play-off
LocationBratislava, Slovakia
SurfaceIndoor clay
Head-to-headSVK 1-2 NED
Team SlovakiaDominika Cibulkova
Kristina Kucova
Jana Cepelova
Rebecca Sramkova
Matej Liptak (captain)
Team NetherlandsKiki Bertens
Richel Hogenkamp
Cindy Burger
Arantxa Rus
Paul Haarhuis (captain)

Follow Slovakia vs Netherlands as it happens with our dedicated tie page: Previews, match schedules, results and more


Romania vs Great Britain (World Group II play-off)

The only tie featuring multiple top-10 players, Great Britain are led by Miami Open champion Johanna Konta as they travel to Romania, hoping to get out of the zonal groups for the first time since the early 1990s.

World Group II play-off Romania vs Great Britain fast facts

Romania vs Great BritainWorld Group II play-off
LocationConstanta, Romania
SurfaceOutdoor clay
Head-to-headROU 4-1 GBR
Team RomaniaSimona Halep
Irina-Camelia Begu
Monica Niculescu
Sorana Cirstea
Ilie Nastase (captain)
Team Great BritainJohanna Konta
Heather Watson
Laura Robson
Jocelyn Rae
Anne Keothavong (captain)


Follow Romania vs Great Britain action as it happens with our dedicated tie page: Match previews, schedules, results and more


About the Fed Cup


First played in 1963 with tennis legends Billie Jean King and Margaret Court featuring in the inaugural final, the Fed Cup is an annual tennis team competition – the women’s equivalent of the Davis Cup. 

Originally played over one week in a specific location each year, the Fed Cup adopted the Davis Cup format of home and away ties in 1995. The current format, first adopted in 2005, sees eight World Group and eight World Group II nations playing home-and-away ties over three weekends throughout the season while the remaining nations compete in three regional zones for promotion and relegation.

The Fed Cup celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 and continues to attract top players, who relish the chance to briefly escape the fierce individualism of tennis and compete in a team environment as well as proudly representing their countries. Billie Jean King, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario and Martina Hingis have all starred in Fed Cup in the past, while in more recent years, Venus and Serena Williams, Kim Clijsters and Justine Henin, Amelie Mauresmo, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Petra Kvitova have all lifted the trophy.

The USA is the most successful nation in Fed Cup history with a record 17 titles, winning most recently in 2000, followed by the Czech Republic/Czechoslovakia with nine titles and Australia with seven. Only three nations – the USA, Australia and the Czech Republic – have held the Davis and Fed Cup titles at the same time.

The past decade of Fed Cup has been dominated by three nations: Russia (champions in 2004-5, 2007-8, runners-up in 2011, 2013 and 2015); Italy (champions in 2006, 2009-10 and 2013, runners-up in 2007) and the Czech Republic (champions in 2011-12, 2014-15 and 2017).

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