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Group I Asia/Oceania Relegation Play-off

16 Sep - 18 Sep 2011, Plantation Bay resort and Spa, Lapu-Lapu, Philippines, Clay, Outdoor

Team Nominations

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    • Cecil MAMIIT
    • Date of birth: 27 Jun 1976
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
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    • Treat HUEY
    • Date of birth: 28 Aug 1985
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: 24
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    • Ruben GONZALES
    • Date of birth: 11 Sep 1985
    • Singles ranking: 1283=
    • Doubles ranking: 159
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    • Jeson PATROMBON
    • Date of birth: 27 Mar 1993
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
  • Team captain Cecil MAMIIT
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    • Ti CHEN
    • Date of birth: 03 Oct 1983
    • Singles ranking: 280
    • Doubles ranking: 121
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    • Jimmy WANG
    • Date of birth: 08 Feb 1985
    • Singles ranking: 151
    • Doubles ranking: 499
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    • Hsin-Han LEE
    • Date of birth: 19 May 1988
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: 142
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    • Chu-Huan YI
    • Date of birth: 31 Aug 1987
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
  • Team captain Chia-Yen TSAI

News from the tie

  • Tie Summary

    The Philippines and Chinese Taipei have met 5 times in Davis Cup resulting in 4 victories for The Philippines and 1 for Chinese Taipei. The two teams met as early as last year and Chinese Taipei comprehensively beat the Filipinos 4-1.

    Philippines was comprehensively beaten by New Zealand in the first round of the Group I relegation playoff that was held in Hawera, New Zealand.

    Chinese Taipei lost to China 3-2 in the Asia/Oceania Zone Group I first round in Shanghai. The tie went down to a deciding fifth rubber and Di Wu became the hero for the hosts as he beat Tsung-Hua Yang in four sets. As a consequence, Chinese Taipei was sent directly to the second round of the relegation playoff.

    Chinese Taipei has spent the last 6 years in Group I while the Philippines earned a promotion from Group II in 2010.
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  • All-time head to head

    4 Total 2
    All-time head to head record

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