CHARLEROI, Belgium (AP) -- Bojana Jovanovski kept Serbia alive in its Fed Cup match against Belgium, beating Kirsten Flipkens 6-2, 6-4 to level their first-round tie at 2-2 and set up the decisive doubles.
Earlier, Yanina Wickmayer routed late substitute Aleksandra Krunic 6-1, 6-0 to move Belgium within one win of the Fed Cup semifinals.
Krunic was brought in to replace Jelena Jankovic, the former top-ranked player who was forced to withdraw after injuring her left thigh during Saturday's win over Flipkens.
Wickmayer wrapped up the match in just 64 minutes on the hard court of the Spiroudome.
The 20-year-old Jovanovski was never intimidated by the fervent home crowd and dominated from the start to keep Serbia in the match.
The winner will play Russia in the semifinals.