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Group I Asia/Oceania 1st Round

01 Feb - 03 Feb 2013, Kaohsiung Yangming Tennis Courts, Kaohsiung City, Chinese Taipei, Hard, Outdoor

Team Nominations

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    • Ti CHEN
    • Date of birth: 03 Oct 1983
    • Singles ranking: 282
    • Doubles ranking: 123
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    • Tsung-Hua YANG
    • Date of birth: 29 Mar 1991
    • Singles ranking: 225
    • Doubles ranking: 250
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    • Hsin-Han LEE
    • Date of birth: 19 May 1988
    • Singles ranking: -
    • Doubles ranking: 143
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    • Hsien-Yin PENG
    • Date of birth: 22 Dec 1989
    • Singles ranking: 1393=
    • Doubles ranking: 119
  • Team captain Chia-Yen TSAI
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    • Marinko MATOSEVIC
    • Date of birth: 08 Aug 1985
    • Singles ranking: 66
    • Doubles ranking: 361
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    • Lleyton HEWITT
    • Date of birth: 24 Feb 1981
    • Singles ranking: 43
    • Doubles ranking: 281
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    • Matthew EBDEN
    • Date of birth: 26 Nov 1987
    • Singles ranking: 63
    • Doubles ranking: 76
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    • Chris GUCCIONE
    • Date of birth: 30 Jul 1985
    • Singles ranking: 525
    • Doubles ranking: 63
  • Team captain Patrick RAFTER

News from the tie

Photos

  • Australia after winning their tie against Chinese Taipei
  • Tie Summary

    Australia, the top seeds in Asia/Oceania Zone Group I for 2013, will be looking to maintain their perfect record against Chinese Taipei when the two sides meet in the first round in February.

    The men in gold have won all three of their previous encounters against Chinese Taipei, most recently with an emphatic 5-0 victory in Melbourne in 2010, without a certain Lleyton Hewitt in the team.

    For their part, Chinese Taipei will be hoping home advantage will play its part, just as it did in October's 2nd round relegation play-off against New Zealand, which the Taiwanese team won to retain their place in Zone Group I.

    Australia finds itself in Zone Group I for another year after falling to Germany in September's World Group play-offs. The Australians were 2-1 up after winning the doubles rubber, but couldn't find a way to clinch the decisive point.

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