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2015 Fed Cup Draw Announced

Who will defending champions Italy play? 2014 finalists Czech Republic and Germany open up against? Find out here!

Published June 04, 2014 12:11

2015 Fed Cup Draw Announced
Amélie Mauresmo

The draw for the 2015 Fed Cup by BNP Paribas was held Wednesday afternoon at Roland Garros. A great group of nations will be represented in World Group play with Fed Cup powerhouses like Czech Republic, Italy and Russia, but also newcomers like Canada and Poland.

No.1 seeds Czech Republic will travel to Canada and play a Canadian team led by WTA Rising Star Eugenie Bouchard.

2013 champions Italy will host France, whose team includes Alizé Cornet and WTA Rising Stars Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic.

Poland, anchored by Agnieszka Radwanska, will play Russia. 2015 will be Poland's first time playing the World Group stage in Fed Cup history!

2014 finalist Germany will host Australia in a rematch of April's semifinal.

2015 World Group first round (February 7-8)
Canada vs. Czech Republic
Italy vs. France
Poland vs. Russia
Germany vs. Australia

2015 World Group II first round (February 7-8)
Netherlands vs. Slovakia
Romania vs. Spain
Sweden vs. Switzerland
Argentina vs. USA

Watch the video from the official Fed Cup draw ceremony below:

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