Fed Cup by BNP Paribas – 20 - 21 April 2019

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Tennis is a fantastic sport open to all ages and ability, whether you are picking up a racket for the first time or returning to the game - there's something for everyone!

If you have been inspired by the Fed Cup and want to get involved, there are plenty of ways to get on court.

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The Fed Cup by BNP Paribas is the World Cup of women’s tennis. It offers female players from around the world the chance to represent their country and, with more than 100 nations involved, is the largest annual international team competition in women’s sport.

Great Britain's Fed Cup team will face Kazakhstan at the Copper Box Arena in their upcoming World Group II Play-Off, taking place 20-21 April 2019. The Play-Off will mark the first ever head-to-head between the two nations. 

For the latest news on venue and ticket information, keep an eye out on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

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 Johanna Konta collapses as she wins her promotional playoff match against Aleksandra Krunic of Serbia

Johanna Konta collapses as she wins her promotional playoff match against Aleksandra Krunic of Serbia

The Great Britain team pose for a selfie after victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

The Great Britain team pose for a selfie after victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

The Great Britain side celebrate in a team huddle after their victory against Serbia

The Great Britain side celebrate in a team huddle after their victory against Serbia

Katie Boulter high fives her teammates after her victory against Ivana Jorovic of Serbia

Katie Boulter high fives her teammates after her victory against Ivana Jorovic of Serbia

The Great Britain team celebrate victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

The Great Britain team celebrate victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

The Great Britain team of Johanna Konta, Katie Boulter, Harriet Dart, Katie Swan and Anne Keothavong, Great Britain Captain pose for a photo with their medals after victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

The Great Britain team of Johanna Konta, Katie Boulter, Harriet Dart, Katie Swan and Anne Keothavong, Great Britain Captain pose for a photo with their medals after victory in their promotional playoff tie against Serbia

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