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That doesn't matter really, a New Zealand player ranked in the 500's, fanning for example, will be mikes better than most of these players.
Combined with erakovic's world class doubles ability should mean 2-1 wins at least.
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Fanning is ranked in the thousands, but she is probably better the most of these players.

Indonesia is the only team with a real shot I reckon.


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Agreed. Lavinia should beat 2nd Nzl player, Damayanti should be able to trouble Erakovic but not beat her.

It all goes down to dubs really
Yes, Indonesia is definitely the team to beat alongside NZ
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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

Hong Kong d. Singapore 3-0
Eudice Chong (HKG) d. Geraldine Ang (SIN) 62 62
Katherine Ip (HKG) d. Rheeya Doshi (SIN) 63 60
Chan/Wu (HKG) d. Johal/Wee (SIN) 60 61

New Zealand d. Vietnam 3-0
Emily Fanning (NZL) d. Thi-Tam-Hao Tran (VIE) 46 76(2) 60
Marina Erakovic (NZL) d. Trang Huynh Phuong Dai (VIE) 60 62
Guthrie/Hayman (NZL) d. Huynh Phuong Dai/Tran (VIE) 46 63 64
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Fanning's hard fought win does add a bit of fuel to the argument of Indonesia's chances..

It's all on Erakovic's racket. Ho-Ching Wu or Katherine Ip could best Fanning, and along with Venise Chan the doubles could be a little interesting.


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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

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Fanning's hard fought win does add a bit of fuel to the argument of Indonesia's chances..

It's all on Erakovic's racket. Ho-Ching Wu or Katherine Ip could best Fanning, and along with Venise Chan the doubles could be a little interesting.


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Good news is Fanning won allowing Erakovic to sit out a dead rubber. That might key stamina wise for her.


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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

I'm confused as to why Paige wasn't included? Fanning isn't going to play much this year and next, realistically we may not hear from her again after that. Paige is really our only up and coming player. We lost Westbury, Samodelok, Jones, Barry....

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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

INDONESIA vs KYRGYSTAN 3-0

Lavinia Tananta v Sabina Korsunova 6-0 6-0 (3rd double bagel for Ina )
Ayu Fani Damayanti v Bermet Duvanaeva 3-6 6-3 6-4
Aldila Sutjiadi/Lavinia v Sabina K/Arina Beliaeva 6-1 6-0

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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

Did I miss something? Why didn't Erakovic play against Hong Kong?

Hong Kong d. New Zealand 2-1
Katherine Ip v Emma Haymen 62 62
Venise Chan v Emily Fanning 61 36 61
Chan/Ip v Guthrie/Hayman 67(5) 46
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So, HKG will top that group

Ina path to promotion is done deal then

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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

Erakovic withdrew with a thumb injury...
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So, HKG will top that group

Ina path to promotion is done deal then
Venise is more than capable of beating Ayu, so it could be interesting.


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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

Dammit, why didn't Erakovic withdraw before versing Vietnam
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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

Ayu's rusty now
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Re: 2013 Asia/Oceania Group II

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Dammit, why didn't Erakovic withdraw before versing Vietnam
what would it change for Vietnam?
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