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When is the draw for Euro/Africa zone?

Does anybody know when the draw will be?

Boy I can't wait for this to start! I really think this is exactly what Misa needs to start climbing up the WTA rankings! I bet that once she gets that first win under her belt, she will launch herself into the top 300 at least this year! She has the weapons, it's just a confidence thing.

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i'm really anxious to see who Israel will play against...

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Group A: Serbia, Sweden and Lithuania
Group B: Israel, Netherlands, South Africa and Ukraine
Group C: Hungary, Belarus and Denmark
Group D: Estonia, Bulgaria, Poland and Greece

Good luck to Kaia and Maret. Quite good draw for them, i hope Kaia can play

EDIT: Edited South Africa

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Group A: Serbia, Sweden and Lithuania
Group B: Israel, Netherlands, LAV and Ukraine
Group C: Hungary, Belarus and Denmark
Group D: Estonia, Bulgaria, Poland and Greece

Good luck to Kaia and Maret. Quite good draw for them, i hope Kaia can play
thanks! i guess that LAV=South Africa

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thanks! i guess that LAV=South Africa
Yep (i translated from Estonia). Edited my last post
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Group D is really strong. With Maleeva Bulgaria would have a chance!

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This was format
Format: Fourteen (14) teams are scheduled to compete in Group I and will be drawn into four Round Robin pools, Pool A with three (3) teams, Pool B with four (4) teams, Pool C with three (3) teams and Pool D with four (4) teams. Teams seeded 1 and 2 will be placed in Pools A and C.
Round Robin Ties will be played from Monday-Friday.
The following Ties will be played on Saturday:
The teams that finish first in Pools A and B will be drawn to play the teams that finish second in Pools C and D. The teams that finish first in Pools C and D will be drawn to play the teams that finish second in Pools A and B. This will determine which four teams will be promoted to the 2004 World Group Play Offs in July.
The teams that finish in last position in Pools A and B will be drawn to play the teams that finish in last position in Pools C and D. The losers of these Ties will be demoted to Group II in 2005. However, the winners of these Ties may also be demoted to Group II in 2005, depending on the number of teams in the 2005 Fed Cup competition.

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this is what i think will happen

Group A: Serbia (1), Sweden (2) and Lithuania (3) (no Aurelija )
Group B: Israel (1), Netherlands (3), South Africa (4) and Ukraine (2)
Group C: Hungary (1), Belarus (2) and Denmark (3)
Group D:Estonia(1), Bulgaria (2), Poland (4) and Greece (3)

Playoff matches (my winners in bold)
Serbia vs Bulgaria
Israel vs Belarus v (go Belarus though )
Hungary vs Sweden
Estonia vs Ukraine

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Nice group for us! Sweden and Lithuania are very beatable.
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this is what i think will happen

Group A: Serbia (1), Sweden (2) and Lithuania (3) (no Aurelija )
Group B: Israel (1), Netherlands (3), South Africa (4) and Ukraine (2)
Group C: Hungary (1), Belarus (2) and Denmark (3)
Group D:Estonia(1), Bulgaria (2), Poland (4) and Greece (3)

Playoff matches (my winners in bold)
Serbia vs Bulgaria
Israel vs Belarus v (go Belarus though )
Hungary vs Sweden
Estonia vs Ukraine
I agree with you when I look at group A, B & C. Although I hope that the Netherlands do better than 3rd place in there group. I think that Greece is tough one to beat. They have Eleni Daniilidou. Besides that they have a strong doublesteam (Eleni Daniilidou & Christina Zachariadou). That愀 why I think that Greece will be the winner of group D (1. Greece, 2. Estonia, 3. Bulgarije, 4. Poland).

Playoff matches:
Servia & Montenegro - Estonia
Israel - Belarus
Hungary - Sweden
Greece - Ukraine

Servia & Montenegro, Israel, Hungary and Greece will promote.
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Poland, tough group Hopefully you'll do your best. Actually anything can happen...
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yay! Bulgaria has a real chance to promote to the playoffs for the World Group... everything depends on Sesil and her wins

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Mmm. I like it, supposing they put Sofia as #1 player and Asa as #2 and that her brain is with her this week... I like it.
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Mmm. I like it, supposing they put Sofia as #1 player and Asa as #2 and that her brain is with her this week... I like it.
Sofia will be #1
unless they play Hanna as #1

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