Sporting a young squad and new kit provided by Desportol, Cambodia have started their first season in Pool B in Division 3 of the Asia-Pacific group in the Davis Cup, the so called “World Cup of Tennis”
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How have they done so far?
The team were drawn against Jordan, Malaysia and a combined Pacific/Oceania squad in Pool 2 of the regional zone.
So far they have lost all matches, with an opening day 3-0 defeat to table toppers Jordan, a further 3-0 loss to Pacific and then a 2-0 loss to Malaysia. This leaves them currently bottom of the group, which is likely to be won by powerhouses Jordan.
Despite the losses the team have been lauded for their spirit and desire, coming close in a number of sets with young player Leng Sarinreach playing particularly well against Jordan.
Yet despite the fine performances they didn’t manage to pull off any victories and finish with 0 points. This will mean that they will move into division 4 again, with the top 3 sides, currently Jordan, Malaysia and Pacific moving into division 2.
Yet despite this the Kingdom’s players can leave Sri Lanka, where the tournament was hosted with their heads held high, with the young players proving that the future of tennis in Cambodia is in good hands.
This article is adapted from BPVE, (https://bpve.com/) reported and edited from the great team – Cambodia Sports Review. (https://www.cambodiasportsreview.com/)
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