29 September - 4 October 2015
Junior Davis Cup - Canada
Junior Fed Cup - Czech Republic
The 2015 Junior Davis Cup and Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals took place at the Caja Magica in Madrid from 29 September - 4 October.
Canada boys claimed their first Junior Davis Cup title with victory over Germany in the final. Czech Republic won their fourth Junior Fed Cup title, defeating USA in the final.
For full results and draws from the Junior Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Finals click here
For full results and draws from the Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals click here
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A total of 169 teams from 96 countries took part in regional qualifying in 2015, with 15 boys and 15 girls teams joining hosts Spain in the Finals.
The event was held on 16 clay courts, including two stadium outdoor show courts, and managed by Madrid Trophy Promotion, organisers of the Mutua Madrid Open.
The Junior Davis and Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals took place from 23-28 September in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
USA boys claimed their third Junior Davis Cup title with victory over Korea, Republic in the final. The girls' title was also won by USA, for the third time, when they defeated Slovakia 3-0 in the final.
For full draws and results from the Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas Finals click here
For full draws and results from the Junior Davis Cup by BNP Paribas Finals click here
The International Team Competition for players aged 16 & Under was launched by the ITF in 1985 as the "World Youth Cup" with NEC as the title sponsor between 1988 and 2001.
In 2002 the ITF re-branded the boys competition as part of a new partnership with BNP Paribas to "Junior Davis Cup by BNP Paribas". The girls' competition was also changed to "Junior Fed Cup by BNP Paribas" in 2005. An agreement was also signed with Wilson with effect from 2002, to become the 'Official Ball' of the Competition.
From the competition's inaugural year in 1985 when 44 nations took part in regional qualifying with the top 16 boys' and 16 girls' teams moving through to the Final in Kobe, Japan, the competition has gone from strength to strength. The number of participants has grown to around 100 nations each year.
In order to reach the Finals every nation, with the exception of the host nation, must win through regional qualifying. There are five qualification zones: Africa, North/Central America, South America, Europe and Asia/Oceania. In the larger zones there are two rounds of qualification to progress through to the Final.
The 16 boys' and girls' teams in the final are drawn into four round-robin groups before the top teams in each group progress to the semi-finals where a knock-out competition decides the champions.
Full details of the format and other details can be found on the Rules and Regulations page.