Chawrasia, who finished fourth on the Asian Tour Order of Merit last season after enjoying four top-10 finishes, still remembers the final day drama at the inaugural edition in 2014, even though he was not part of the team then.
He is now confident the 12-man team captained by compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh will gain the upper-hand when their rivalry resumes at the Glenmarie Golf and Country Club from January 15-17.
"We showed great character by coming back from 5-0 down on the opening day to draw with Europe. Nobody gave Asia a chance after day one but the team rallied together and did the unexpected," said Chawrasia.
"Everyone in the team has the winning mentality and qualities. I'm really looking forward to doing my part and giving all our supporters a week to remember in Malaysia," he added. On a personal note, the three-time Asian Tour winner is also hoping to lift his first title abroad, having won all three title on home soil.
"Yes, it would also be very nice to experience that winning feeling abroad after much success at home. Winning the EurAsia Cup would be a good start to the New Year too," he said. Meanwhile Thailand’s Prayad Marksaeng, who played in the inaugural edition in 2014, is looking forward to get the job done for Team Asia next week.


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