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Group II Asia/Oceania Relegation Play-off

05 Apr - 07 Apr 2013, Kuwait Tennis Federation Center, Mishref, Kuwait, Hard, Outdoor

Team Nominations

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    • Hassan AL MOUSA
    • Date of birth: 08 Mar 1990
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
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    • Mohammad GHAREEB
    • Date of birth: 22 Jul 1980
    • Singles ranking: 863
    • Doubles ranking: 1759=
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    • Ali GHAREEB
    • Date of birth: 16 Mar 1986
    • Singles ranking: 1982=
    • Doubles ranking: -
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    • Naser AL OBAIDLY
    • Date of birth: 11 Mar 1995
    • Singles ranking: 1982=
    • Doubles ranking: -
  • Team captain Adel AL SHATTI
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    • Marc ABDELNOUR
    • Date of birth: 11 Aug 1988
    • Singles ranking: 843
    • Doubles ranking: 1063=
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    • Majdi SALIM
    • Date of birth: 09 Mar 1987
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
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    • Amer NAOW
    • Date of birth: 01 Jan 1995
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: -
  • Team captain Feras DAHBOS

Latest News

  • Tie Summary

    A ninth meeting for these two nations in a series dating back to 1990, which is the only year in which Kuwait hosted Syria. Kuwait won their first four meetings but Syria has been victorious in their last four. Both nations are in Group II for the first time in years so this relegation play-off tie has crucial implications.

    Syria returned to Group II for only the second time in 12 years this year, but had a tough start in losing to Philippines inside two days in February’s opening round. Syria hasn’t spent consecutive years in Group II since 1991 so they have all to play for.

    Kuwait is back in Group II after four years but faces relegation after losing to Thailand in a dramatic opening round encounter in February. Abdullah Maqdas’s bid to force a deciding fifth rubber fell short after he was forced to retire with a foot injury, handing Thailand overall victory. The tie had seen two five-set matches on Friday and a lengthy doubles match on Saturday.

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