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Head to Head Summary

Head to Head Summary

  Total Clay Hard Grass Carpet Unknown Indoors Outdoors
New Zealand 7 2 1 3 1 0 2 5
Korea, Rep. 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1

Head to Head Summary

    • 2005
    • KOR d. NZL 3-2 in NZL
    • Group II, Asia/Oceania - Final
    • More FM Tennis Park, Auckland, New Zealand
    • Hard (I)
    • 23 Sep - 25 Sep 2005
    • 2001
    • NZL d. KOR 3-2 in KOR
    • Group I, Asia/Oceania - 1st Round
    • Olympic Gymnasium, Seoul, KOR
    • Carpet (I)
    • 09 Feb - 11 Feb 2001
    • 1999
    • NZL d. KOR 3-2 in NZL
    • Group I, Asia/Oceania - Semifinal
    • Westpac Centre, Christchurch, NZL
    • Hard (I)
    • 02 Apr - 04 Apr 1999
    • 1996
    • NZL d. KOR 3-2 in KOR
    • Group I, Asia/Oceania - Semifinal
    • Jang-Choong T.C., Seoul, Korea Rep.
    • Clay (O)
    • 05 Apr - 07 Apr 1996
    • 1995
    • NZL d. KOR 4-1 in NZL
    • Group I, Asia/Oceania - Semifinal
    • Wilding Park, Christchurch, New Zealand
    • Grass (O)
    • 31 Mar - 02 Apr 1995
    • 1992
    • KOR d. NZL 3-2 in KOR
    • Group I, Asia/Oceania - Semifinal
    • Tongdaemun Stadium, Seoul, Korea
    • Clay (O)
    • 01 May - 03 May 1992
    • 1985
    • NZL d. KOR 4-0 in NZL
    • Eastern - Final
    • Wilding Park, Christchurch, New Zealand
    • Grass (O)
    • 04 Oct - 06 Oct 1985
    • 1981
    • NZL d. KOR 5-0 in KOR
    • World Group - 1st Round
    • Jang Choong T.C., Seoul, South Korea
    • Clay (O)
    • 06 Mar - 08 Mar 1981
    • 1980
    • NZL d. KOR 5-0 in NZL
    • Eastern - Semifinal
    • Wilding Park, Christchurch, New Zealand
    • Grass (O)
    • 08 Feb - 10 Feb 1980


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