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World Group 1st Round

24 Feb - 26 Feb 1984, Racquet Centre, Telford, England, Carpet, Indoor

Team nominations

    • John LLOYD
    • Date of birth:  27 Aug 1954
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    • Colin DOWDESWELL
    • Date of birth:  12 May 1955
    • Singles ranking: 
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  • Captain Paul Hutchins
    • Claudio PANATTA
    • Date of birth:  02 Feb 1960
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    • Gianni OCLEPPO
    • Date of birth:  06 Apr 1957
    • Singles ranking: 
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  • Captain Adriano Panatta

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