Hong Kong's KB Fed Cup campaign came to an end when they were beaten 3-0 by Indonesia in the semi-finals in Wellington, New Zealand, yesterday. The unseeded Hong Kong team had defied all expectations by reaching the last four of the Asia-Oceania qualifiers, defeating fourth-seeded Thailand and Kazakhstan on the way. But the second-seeded Indonesians, led by world number 24 Yayuk Basuki, proved too strong for the Hong Kong women, who are left to battle it out with China in the third-and-fourth-place play-off. Youngster Tong Ka-po was first to fall for Hong Kong, going down 4-6, 2-6 to Indonesia's 477th-ranked Mimma Chernovita. Indonesia then sealed the tie when Basuki defeated Hong Kong number one Tang Min 6-1, 6-0. Wynne Prakusya and Eny Sulistyowati completed the victory for the Indonesians with a 6-4, 6-2 win over the territory's Lara Howes and Lilian Lin Ning. Tang is a doubtful starter for the China tie as she is suffering from a hamstring injury. Indonesia, by virtue of reaching the final, now qualify for the World Group.