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Group II Europe/Africa Relegation Play-off

04 Apr - 06 Apr 2014, Oslo Tennis Arena, Oslo, Norway, Hard, Indoor

Team nominations

    • Joachim BJERKE
    • Date of birth:  11 Nov 1994
    • Singles ranking:  1209=
    • Doubles ranking: 
    • Viktor DURASOVIC
    • Date of birth:  19 Mar 1997
    • Singles ranking:  892
    • Doubles ranking:  1686=
    • Stian BORETTI
    • Date of birth:  20 Dec 1981
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
    • Erling TVEIT
    • Date of birth:  28 Dec 1984
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
  • Captain Anders HASETH
    • Benjamin BALLERET
    • Date of birth:  15 Jan 1983
    • Singles ranking:  501
    • Doubles ranking:  177
    • Romain ARNEODO
    • Date of birth:  04 Aug 1992
    • Singles ranking:  628
    • Doubles ranking:  240
    • Thomas OGER
    • Date of birth:  22 Mar 1980
    • Singles ranking: 
    • Doubles ranking: 
  • Captain Christophe BOGGETTI

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    Monaco managed a repeat of the scoreline from the last time that these two nations met, winning 5-0 in emphatic fashion. Benjamin Balleret and Romain Arneodo both recorded comfortable wins on the first day, before the duo of Thomas Oger and Guillaume Couillard added the doubles to confirm victory for Monaco. Balleret and Arneodo then picked up where they had left off on Friday to win the dead rubbers on the final of play, leaving Norway on the wrong end of a 5-0 whitewash for the second time this season.

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