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Asia / Oceania Zone - Thursday

Same as for Wednesday : order of play and results (once all matches are completed only ).
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Order of Play

GROUP I

Court 1 : (2) JPN vs HKG (Pool B)
Court 2 : (1) INA vs NZL (Pool A)
Court 3 : (3) KOR vs TPE (Pool A)
Court 4 : (4) CHN vs UZB (Pool B)
Court 5 : PHI vs THA (Pool B)

GROUP II

Court 8 : MAS vs POC
Court 10 : KAZ vs SYR
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Go Indonesia....

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good luck

Japan but i worry about Tong ka po her stroke is really strong, but i believe in Saori, she can beat her

Thailand, beat Phillipins for the first match win in Fed cup2002
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Thursday results

(2) JPN vs HKG
Yuka YOSHIDA d. Wing-Shan CHEUNG 61 60
Rika FUJIWARA d. Po-Kuen LAM 60 61
Akiko MORIGAMI / Saori OBATA d. Wing-Shan CHEUNG / Po-Kuen LAM 61 62

JPN : 3-0

(1) INA vs NZL

Angelique WIDJAJA d. Ilke GERS 64 61
Wynne PRAKUSYA d. Shelley STEPHENS 64 64
Wynne PRAKUSYA / Angelique WIDJAJA d. Leanne BAKER / Shelley STEPHENS 64 63

INA : 3-0

(3) KOR vs TPE
Mi-Ra JEON d. Hsiao-Han CHAO 76(4) 61
Yoon-Jeong CHO d. Janet LEE 62 62
Yang-Jin CHUNG / Mi-Ok KIM d. Chin-Wei CHAN / Tzu-Ting WENG 64 76(4)

KOR : 3-0

(4) CHN vs UZB
Nan-Nan LIU d. Kamila DADAKHODJAEVA 62 63
Na LI d. Ivanna ISRAILOVA 61 64
Ting LI / Jie ZHENG d. Akgul AMANMURADOVA / Ivanna ISRAILOVA 62 62

CHN : 3-0

PHI vs THA
Pichaya LAOSIRICHON d. Anna Patricia SANTOS 62 61
Napaporn TONGSALEE d. Czarina-Mae AREVALO 46 62 64
Wilawan CHOPTANG / Pichaya LAOSIRICHON d. Charise GODOY / Anna Patricia SANTOS 61 63

THA : 3-0

MAS vs POC
Chen-Yee LIAW d. Gurianna KORINIHONA 62 16 86
Chin-Bee KHOO d. Davilyn GODINET 62 60
Davilyn GODINET / Gurianna KORINIHONA d. Chen-Yee LIAW / Krishna LOGESWARI 62 64

MAS : 2-1

KAZ vs SYR
Valeria KHAZOVA d. Shaza TINAWI 61 61
Alissa VELTS d. Lara AL SAMMAN 60 60
Valeria KHAZOVA / Alissa VELTS d. Lara AL SAMMAN / Hazar SIDKI 60 62

KAZ : 3-0


Today, Jiro will be happy !
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Well Done Indonesian Team

Next will be Korea, it'll the toughest one. Btw, Good luck in your next Matches....

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It's over for Taiwanese team.
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I knew it will end this way
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yeah yeah Thailand
the first win in fed cup

Japan wow, can beats Hongkong so easily
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Now that Indian players seem to be the most out-of-form, hopeless (:-)) bunch out there in pool A, having only won 2 sets in 20 so far, having been swept by even New Zealand, and looking ready for another sad outing to Taipei, I have a queation - how many teams will be relegated to group-II (I assume, TWO teams?) and how will those be decided?

With 5 teams in pool-A and 6 in pool-B, will they do a round-robin among #5 in pool A, and #5 and #6 from pool B ?

Gosh, did we miss Niru out there! (and I can't wait for Sania Mirza to grow older) .. The last time Niru did not play Fed Cup for India, about 5-6 years back, India got relegated to group-II .. Hope that doesn't happen again.

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Now that Indian players seem to be the most out-of-form, hopeless (:-)) bunch out there in pool A, having only won 2 sets in 20 so far, having been swept by even New Zealand, and looking ready for another sad outing to Taipei, I have a question - how many teams will be relegated to group-II (I assume, TWO teams?) and how will those be decided?

With 5 teams in pool-A and 6 in pool-B, will they do a round-robin among #5 in pool A, and #5 and #6 from pool B ?

Gosh, did we miss Niru out there! (and I can't wait for Sania Mirza to grow older) .. The last time Niru did not play Fed Cup for India, about 5-6 years back, India got relegated to group-II .. Hope that doesn't happen again.

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Hello Jay . Ii I am not mistaken, you were asking yourself the same questions regarding selection of teams to be relegated to group II in your excellent Tennis India site (as Ed T. would put it ). Am I right?

I must say I do not know unfortunately . Danker, any idea?
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Hello Jay!
Long time no chat!

India's performance as left plenty to be desired this year.

Back in 2000, when there were also 11 teams, they simply took the worst performing team from each group. I have no idea what they're planning to do this year.

It'll be sad to see India relegated to Group II if it happens, because I feel that they generally have better players than Uzbekististan (minus Tulyaganova), Hong Kong, etc.

BTW, off topic here, but do you know when Niru will return with her protected rank? Her last tourney was in October/November...

Hope to see you posting here often from now on!
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Group I positions

After Thursday matches (results mentioned are Won / Lost):

POOL A

1. KOR
Ties : 3 / 0
Matches : 9 / 0
Sets : 18 / 1
Games : 113 / 45


2. INA
Ties : 3 / 0
Matches : 8 / 1
Sets : 17 / 2
Games : 106 / 62


3. TPE
Ties : 1 / 2
Matches : 4 / 5
Sets : 8 / 13
Games : 90 / 100


4. NZL
Ties : 1 / 3
Matches : 3 / 9
Sets : 8 / 19
Games : 101 / 135


5. IND
Ties : 0 / 3
Matches : 0 / 9
Sets : 2 / 18
Games : 46 / 114



POOL B

1. CHN
Ties : 4 / 0
matches : 12 / 0
Sets : 24 / 0
Games : 144 / 32


2. JPN
Ties : 4 / 0
Matches : 12 / 0
Sets : 24 / 1
Games : 148 / 35


3. UZB
Ties : 2 / 2
Matches : 4 / 8
Sets : 8 / 17
Games : 90 / 121


4. THA
Ties : 1 / 3
Matches : 4 / 8
Sets : 8 / 17
Games : 72 / 121


5. HKG
Ties : 1 / 3
Matches : 3 / 9
Sets : 7 / 18
Games : 73 / 124


6. PHI
Ties : 0 / 4
Matches : 1 / 11
Sets : 4 / 22
Games : 55 / 149
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Korea, Indonesia, China and Japan

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yes, steve, I was wondering about that same question on who gets relegated from group-I in my web notes .. nobody has told me yet.

But if they actually pick the last two from each pool, that danker says they did once, that would be the most unfair thing. The last team in the 5 team group is clearly at a huge disadvantage. Eespecially so this time, when smaller pool-A was quite a bit stronger that pool-B. Pool-B has 2 or 3 teams that India had a chance against, but pool-A had only NZL that India could have hoped to beat. UNFAIR!

Good to be here .. Yes, danker, long time no see .. Niru has to be off for 6 months to get injury ranking protection. So she decided to get married also. Getting married on May 23rd in India. She is expected back in June (she hates grass, so it may be right after Wimbledon, I guess).

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