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Group II Asia/Oceania Relegation Play-off

25 Apr - 27 Apr 2014, Gelora Bung Karno Tennis Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia, Hard, Outdoor

Team nominations

    • Christopher RUNGKAT
    • Date of birth:  14 Jan 1990
    • Singles ranking:  645
    • Doubles ranking:  521
    • David Agung SUSANTO
    • Date of birth:  21 Jul 1991
    • Singles ranking:  1473=
    • Doubles ranking:  886
    • Elbert SIE
    • Date of birth:  06 Sep 1987
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
  • Team captain Roy THERIK
    • Phillip KING
    • Date of birth:  19 Dec 1981
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
    • Ognian KOLEV
    • Date of birth:  07 Jun 1979
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
    • Jack WONG
    • Date of birth:  30 Aug 1998
    • Singles ranking:  1542=
    • Doubles ranking: 
  • Team captain Christopher LAI

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    Hong Kong, China travel to Indonesia in this Asia/Oceania Zone Group II relegation play-off, with both desperate to avoid demotion to the fourth tier of the competition. Indonesia have won all six of the teams' previous meetings, including recent clashes in 2008 and 2012.


    After losing the first two singles rubbers against Kuwait, it was always going to be an uphill battle for Indonesia to advance beyond the first round. While Elbert Sie and David Agung Susanto did manage a doubles win, Susanto was unable to keep the tie alive in the first of the reverse singles on the Sunday. Despite winning the first rubber in its tie with Thailand, Hong Kong, China was unable to make the most of this momentum, ultimately going down 4-1 in Phuket.

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