Fed Cup award for T&T's Rose* - EntornoInteligente

TRINIDAD and Tobago’s Anneliese Rose recently received a prestigious prize from the International Tennis Federation (ITF). The United States-based player is now a member of select group of around 140 players to ever collect the Fed Cup Commitment Award. This award is presented to players who have represented their country in the Fed Cup in at least 20 ties in the World Group (the highest level) or 40 ties at any other level in their career.

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Rose has flown the red, white and black flag in American Zone Group II of the world’s premier female team tennis competition on ten occasions, playing 46 ties all told and winning 51 of her 77 matches.

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Anne Kremer played a record 74 ties for Luxembourg but the most contested in the World Group was 58 — by three-time Grand Slam champ Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario for Spain.

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Rose made her Fed Cup debut way back in 1996 and then returned for the next four years. After being unavailable in 2001, the left-hander was back on the team the following year but was then absent for another nine years before making a comeback in 2012 and being a member of the squad for four straight years.

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