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Group I Americas 1st Round

31 Jan - 02 Feb 2014, Francisco Segura Cano (Guayaquil Tenis Club), Guayaquil, Ecuador, Clay, Outdoor

Team nominations

    • Emilio GOMEZ
    • Date of birth:  28 Nov 1991
    • Singles ranking:  322
    • Doubles ranking:  438
    • Giovanni LAPENTTI
    • Date of birth:  25 Jan 1983
    • Singles ranking:  334
    • Doubles ranking:  959
    • Gonzalo ESCOBAR
    • Date of birth:  20 Jan 1989
    • Singles ranking:  305
    • Doubles ranking:  387
  • Team captain Raul VIVER
    • David SOUTO
    • Date of birth:  26 Mar 1992
    • Singles ranking:  505
    • Doubles ranking:  817
    • Ricardo RODRIGUEZ
    • Date of birth:  28 Apr 1993
    • Singles ranking:  315
    • Doubles ranking:  1005=
    • Luis David MARTINEZ
    • Date of birth:  12 May 1989
    • Singles ranking:  480
    • Doubles ranking:  343
    • Roberto MAYTIN
    • Date of birth:  02 Jan 1989
    • Singles ranking:  1392=
    • Doubles ranking:  146
  • Team captain William CAMPOS

Latest News

  • Tie Summary

    Ecuador overcame a tough Venezuela team to progress to a tie against Brazil with the winner earning a place in the World Group play-offs in September. A superb win from Julio-Cesar Campozano against David Souto was followed by a straight sets victory for Emilio Gomez, which put Ecuador in a commanding position ahead of the doubles. Despite a losing the third rubber in four sets, Gomez blew Souto away in the first rubber on Sunday, losing only three games as he carried Ecuador on to the next round.

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