It was a perfect weekend for Mladenovic, who won both of her singles matches as well as the doubles victory. (Getty Images)
February 11, 2018
Fed Cup World Groups I and II came to their exciting conclusions on Sunday.
Serena Williams, Fed Cup (Getty)
February 11, 2018
Serena Williams made her official return to competitive tennis in Fed Cup on Sunday, partnering sister Venus in doubles action against the Netherlands.
Kristina Mladenovic and Amandine Hesse, Fed Cup (Getty)
February 11, 2018
Thrilling doubles victories for France and Germany sent them through to the semifinals of the 2018 Fed Cup presented by BNP Paribas as World Group quarterfinal action concluded on Sunday. Elsewhere, the USA and the Czech Republic were dominant at home.
Casey Dellacqua and Ashleigh Barty (Getty Images)
February 11, 2018
Australia needed a decisive doubles match and Italy grabbed an extremely tight fourth singles tilt before winning their ties and advancing to the World Group Play-offs. Slovakia and Romania also earned victories.
Serena Williams congratulates sister Venus on her win, while teammate Lauren Davis looks on. (Getty Images)
February 10, 2018
On-court action from the first day of Fed Cup World Group play in 2018.
Venus Williams (Getty Images)
February 10, 2018
The milestone 1,000th career singles match for WTA superstar Venus Williams was a victorious one, as she eased past Arantxa Rus to give the United States a 1-0 lead in their Fed Cup World Group I tie against the Netherlands.
Marta Kostyuk (Fed Cup)
February 10, 2018
Australian Open breakout star Marta Kostyuk kept Ukraine tied with the home favorites on Canberra, while Romania grabbed a commanding lead in Fed Cup World Group II play.
France (Fed Cup)
February 10, 2018
An action-packed Day 1 of Fed Cup World Group I play saw Kristina Mladenovic rise to the occasion for France. Venus Williams also picked up a win for the United States.
Johanna Konta in Fed Cup action (Getty)
February 10, 2018
La No.11 fue superior a la estonia en apasionante partido
Johanna Konta in Fed Cup action (Getty)
February 10, 2018
The World No.11 got the better of the Estonian in an enthralling match.
Team Australia with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (Getty)
February 10, 2018
The teams are out and about and excited to be back in Fed Cup action.
February 9, 2018
Anett Kontaveit impressed for Estonia while Jelena Ostapenko found some form for Latvia.