Hong Kong's triple-crown champion Goran Bosalevski was named in a six-strong Davis Cup squad who will meet Indonesia in the Asia-Oceania zone group two tie in Jakarta from February 8-10. Bosalevski (pictured), who swept all three major domestic tournaments last year - the Hong Kong Championships, the South China Athletic Association Open and the Chinese Recreation Club Open - is one of two new faces in the squad. The other is 16-year-old Dino Dellorto. The others are Martin Sayer, Yu Hiu-tung, Michael Lai Xiaopeng and Gilbert Wong. 'Goran and Dino are the only two players who haven't played Davis Cup for Hong Kong. We have as good a chance as in previous years,' said Derek Ling, Hong Kong's Davis Cup captain. Brave words, for Ling knows that Indonesia have been the bane of Hong Kong in the past three years, winning on all occasions. Since 2005, Hong Kong have always been in the same half of the draw as Indonesia. To make matters worse, the team will be without their former number-one player, Wayne Wong Wing-luen, who is unavailable for the opening tie due to work commitments. Wong, who has started work as a management trainee at a brokerage firm, is the only player to win a live rubber against Indonesia. Ling will be hoping the slack will be picked up by Bosalevski, who only recently qualified to represent Hong Kong. The 29-year-old Bosalevski is no stranger to Davis Cup competition, having represented Macedonia in 1999 in the Europe/Africa zone. But having been resident in Hong Kong for the past three years, the ex-Yugoslav and Australian native is now ready to carry the Bauhinia flag.