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Group II Asia/Oceania 1st Round

01 Feb - 03 Feb 2013, Plantation Bay Resort & Spa, Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines, Clay, Outdoor

Team nominations

    • Ruben GONZALES
    • Date of birth :  11 Sep 1985
    • Singles ranking : 
    • Doubles ranking :  312
    • Johnny ARCILLA
    • Date of birth :  15 Feb 1980
    • Singles ranking :  1519=
    • Doubles ranking :  931
    • Treat HUEY
    • Date of birth :  28 Aug 1985
    • Singles ranking : 
    • Doubles ranking :  18
  • Captain Roland KRAUT
    • Issam Haitham TAWEEL
    • Date of birth :  10 Jul 1989
    • Singles ranking :  961
    • Doubles ranking :  1054
    • Marc ABDELNOUR
    • Date of birth :  11 Aug 1988
    • Singles ranking : 
    • Doubles ranking : 
    • Majdi SALIM
    • Date of birth :  09 Mar 1987
    • Singles ranking : 
    • Doubles ranking : 
    • Yacoub MAKZOUME
    • Date of birth :  03 May 1995
    • Singles ranking : 
    • Doubles ranking : 
  • Captain Feras DAHBOS

News from the tie

  • Asia/Oceania Zone Group II: Sunday
    New Zealand completed a 5-0 win over Lebanon but Sri Lanka and Pakistan's match has gone down to the wire
  • Asia/Oceania Zone Group II: Saturday
    New Zealand has beaten Lebanon after a comfortable win in Saturday's doubles in Auckland while Philippines also secured an unassailable lead against Syria
  • Asia/Oceania Zone Group II: Friday
    Harshana Godamanna defeated Aisam Qureshi to level the scores in the Sri Lanka while New Zealand ended day one 2-0 up on Lebanon after comprehensive wins for Daniel King-Turner and Artem Sitak
  • Tie Summary

    Philippines host Syria in Asia/Oceania Zone Group II first round action with the two nations having never previously met each other in Davis Cup competition.

    Syria won all five of their matches in Asia/Oceania Zone Group III to win promotion for 2013. They lost just a single rubber in those ties as Iran won the final dead rubber in the play-off stage of the competition.

    Philippines narrowly missed out on promotion last year as they made it all the way to the Final thanks to victories over Pacific Oceania and Pakistan. Christopher Rungkat proved their undoing in the Final as he won both his singles and teamed with Elbert Sie to take the doubles in a 3-2 scoreline.

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