'Where is Pacific Oceania?' That seem to the question on everybody's lips during yesterday's draw as Hong Kong venture into the unknown against a team who could prove just as tricky to play as finding them on the world atlas. As Hong Kong players and officials were formally introduced to the four-member Pacific Oceania team for the Asia/Oceania Zone group II first round tie starting today at Victoria Park, the inevitable question arose as to exactly where and what was Pacific Oceania. Pacific Oceania consists of about 20 island nations in the Pacific and includes the Cook Islands, Fiji, Micronesia, Nauru, Samoa, the Solomon Islands and Tonga. The united team have been playing Davis Cup competition since 1995 but they bring a relatively inexperienced team to the SAR. Hong Kong will play Pacific Oceania for the first time not sure how they will match up against a team whose number one singles player is a diminutive 19-year-old, Michael Leong. Leong was drawn to play Hong Kong number two Wayne Wong Wing-luen in today's first rubber from 2pm. The second rubber will be between Hong Kong's top player, Yu Hiu-tung, and West Nott. Michael Lai Xiao-peng is set to make his Davis Cup debut in tomorrow's doubles, partnering fellow teenager Martin Sayer. The Hong Kong pair will take on Brett Baudinet and Juan-Sebastian Langton. The reverse singles are on Sunday. Hong Kong non-playing captain Derek Ling knows his team will be up against a fairly strong outfit since the Pacific Oceania defeated Lebanon last year in group two. Hong Kong's record against Lebanon is one win against one loss. 'I think we are pretty evenly matched and it's going to be tough for us,' said Ling. 'Michael Leong has had some very good results against Lebanon, winning both his matches.' Pacific Oceania captain Jeff Race exuded confidence, saying he had faith in his players and expected a 'really competitive' tie. SCHEDULE OF PLAY Today: Singles : Wayne Wong (Hong Kong) v Michael Leong (Pacific Oceania) 2pm; to be followed by Yu Hiu-tung (Hong Kong) v West Nott (Pacific Oceania). Tomorrow: Doubles - Michael Lai and Martin Sayer (Hong Kong) v Brett Baudinet and Juan-Sebastian Langton (Pacific Oceania) 2pm Sunday: Reverse singles 2pm.