Bangalore: Though India would be starting out as overwhelming favourites to beat Indonesia in the Davis Cup tie next weekend at the KSLTA Stadium here, the home team's coach Zeeshan Ali asserted there was no room for complacency.
"Sure, we have an all-win (5-0) record against them but we will not take this tie lightly as it is a 'must win' match for us after the loss to South Korea in February," said Zeeshan Ali here.
The former Davis Cupper blamed the defeat to Korea on India's inability to field a full-strength team. "It was a missed opportunity and we could have won that tie with full team and later in October, we could have taken Japan on home courts, but I am glad all the boys are back and are keen to put on a good show."
Zeeshan said the Indian team was yet to finalise the doubles combination, essentially who will partner veteran Leander Paes.
"Either it could be Leander with Yuki Bhambri or Leander and Sanam Singh. We will name the team before the tie," Ali said.