Indonesia expects miracle to beat India in Davis Cup

Top Indonesian player Christopher Rungkat said he has been used to carry the pressure and responsibility of the team on his shoulders, especially being No. 1 player for the country in Davis Cup for last two years.

updated: April 03, 2013 18:28 IST
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Bangalore: Indonesian team is expecting a miracle to pull off a victory against a full-strength India in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I relegation tie to be played under lights from April 5 to 7 at KSLTA Stadium here.

"The Indian team look strong, particularly after the return of their main players, but we still are confident because anything can happen in the court. We will do our best to give a fight to the Indian contingent," Indonesia's non-playing captain Hendri Susilo Pramono told reporters here.

Pramono said the team has not yet decided on who would play singles and doubles, however would take a call an hour before the draw.

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