Fed Cup TicketsFed Cup is an international tournament in women’s tennis that features multiple countries, each with their own team, competing to be crowned as the world champions. The tournament has been around since 1963 and year-after-year; some of the best female players participate to make their country proud. In this article, we will tell you how to buy 2019 Fed Cup tickets.

All the ticketing information related to the matches can be found on the official website of Fed Cup – fedcup.com. In case of any queries, one can get in touch with the ITF Communications Team by visiting the ‘Contact Us’ page.

The World Group matches will be played from February 9 – February 10 at multiple locations as mentioned below:

· QF 1 – Czech Republic v Romania, Ostrava, Czech Republic

· QF 2 – France v Belgium, Lille, France

· QF 3 – Germany v Belarus, Braunschweig, Germany

· QF 4 – Australia v United States, Ashville, United States

Apart from this, you also have the World Group II matches that will be played in Biel, Switzerland, Riga, Latvia, Kitakyushu, Japan, and ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands.

Depending on which match you want to attend or where you will be at the time of the fixtures, you will have to purchase your tickets. Once again, the ticketing information with all the necessary links will be updated on the official website of the Fed Cup, and we will update the same information here accordingly. You can bookmark this page for the latest updates on Fed Cup 2019 tickets.

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In the meantime, let us take a look at how the 2018 edition of the Fed Cup turned out to be.

In 2018, Czech Republic won their 11th Fed Cup title in the history after defeating the defending champions United States with 3-0. The Czechs put up a dominating performance and managed to win their sixth championship since 2011.

Throughout the World Group, the Czechs lost only two matches – one against Switzerland in the quarterfinal and one against Germany in the semis. The Czech Republic contingent was quite strong, to begin with – the likes of Petra Kvitova and Karolina Pliskova brought in the much-needed confidence and form, while Barbora Strycova blessed the side with experience.