Jocelyn Rae admitted being left emotionally drained after watching GB’s Fed Cup success from the bench
An emotionally-drained Jocelyn Rae says Great Britain’s Fed Cup team gave a supreme physical effort to seal qualification to the World Group II play-off in April.
Rae, who has been part of captain Anne Keothavong’s support staff since retiring from the sport in 2017, saw the women book their place in April’s tie thanks to a drama-filled Europe/Africa Zone Group 1 play-off win over Serbia on Saturday.
- Konta inspires GB’s Fed Cup progression
Hosting a home Fed Cup tie for the first time in 26 years, Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter inspired Britain to victory over Slovenia, Greece and Hungary in Group A before they swept to more success against Serbia at the University of Bath at the weekend in front of a partisan home crowd.