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Group I Asia/Oceania 1st Round

27 Jan - 29 Jan 2014, ,

Team nominations

    • Di WU
    • Date of birth:  14 Sep 1991
    • Singles ranking:  231
    • Doubles ranking:  480
    • Ze ZHANG
    • Date of birth:  04 Jul 1990
    • Singles ranking:  191
    • Doubles ranking:  294
    • Mao-Xin GONG
    • Date of birth:  24 Aug 1987
    • Singles ranking:  804
    • Doubles ranking:  160
    • Zhe LI
    • Date of birth:  20 Sep 1986
    • Singles ranking:  394
    • Doubles ranking:  327
  • Team captain Hong-Wei JIANG
    • Jose STATHAM
    • Date of birth:  25 Apr 1987
    • Singles ranking:  634
    • Doubles ranking:  340
    • Michael VENUS
    • Date of birth:  16 Oct 1987
    • Singles ranking:  358
    • Doubles ranking:  58
    • Artem SITAK
    • Date of birth:  08 Feb 1986
    • Singles ranking:  799
    • Doubles ranking:  66
    • Marcus DANIELL
    • Date of birth:  09 Nov 1989
    • Singles ranking:  512
    • Doubles ranking:  155
  • Team captain Alistair HUNT

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