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February, 14 2014 08:55:00

Davis Cup qualifiers start today in Da Lat

Ngo Quang Huy.— File Photo
HA NOI (VNS)— Ngo Quang Huy will face Aqeel Khan of Pakistan in the first Davis Cup qualification match in the Asia/Oceania Zone Group II in Da Lat today.

The second match will see Viet Nam's No 1 seed Nguyen Hoang Thien take on Muhammad Abid.

Duo Le Quoc Khanh and Trinh Linh Giang will play Asiam Qureshi and Aqeel Khan in the doubles tomorrow.

On Sunday, Thien will meet Khan Huy will face Abid.

All the matches will be broadcast live on Lam Dong TV, HTV The thao and K+PC. — VNS


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