The Fed Cup weekend saw a ton of huge moments all over the globe, with the final set between France and Australia. Four teams earned a spot in the 2019 World Group with the United States, Spain, Germany and the Czech Republic winning World Group Play-Offs, and four earned World Group II status with Japan, Russia, Slovakia and Great Britain capturing World Group II Play-Off ties.

Here's a look at some highlights:


Barty Remains Undefeated

Australia's Ashleigh Barty won all three of her matches this weekend, including two dominant singles wins over Victoria Azarenka and Aryna Sabalenka. The world No. 9 is 6-0 in Fed Cup actin this year, also winning all three of her matches against the United States in February's quarterfinal round.



A French Reunion

France defeated Romania in epic 3-2 tie that came down to a decisive fifth rubber. Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic joined forces for the first time since February 2017 to beat Simona Halep and Monica Niculescu, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. Afterwards, Team France celebrated their trip to the Fed Cup final with selfies and champagne.


Dancing Daria

Daria Gavrilova could not contain her excitement following Australia’s 3-2 win over Belarus. Her dances included moves from the “Running Man” and “Walk Like an Egyptian." After her playing career wraps, Gavrilova has a bright future as an entertainer.



Boulter and Konta End Great Britain Drought

After 26 long years, Great Britain is finally back in the World Group II. Katie Boulter and Johanna Konta came up clutch with Fed Cup bringing out the best in both of them. Konta won both of her singles matches, setting Boulter up to defeat Zarina Diyas to seal the 3-1 win.



Doubles Point of the Year?

Barty and Samantha Stosur are in prime position for doubles point of the year award after an insane rally in their deciding, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2 win over Sabalenka and Azarenka. It's the Australians first final berth since 1993, and they'll host France in November where they'll be seeking their first title since 1971.