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Pacific Oceania Davis Cup team

Pacific Oceania
Captain Cyrille Mainguy
ITF ranking 74 Steady 0
First year 1995
Years played 19
Ties played (W–L) 70 (33-37)
Years in
World Group
0 (0-0)
Best finish Group II SF (2005)
Most total wins Lency Tenai (27-21)
Most singles wins Michael Leong (19-12)
Most doubles wins Brett Baudinet (22-10)
Best doubles team Brett Baudinet / Juan Sebastien Langton (10-6)
Most ties played Brett Baudinet (38)
Most years played Brett Baudinet (11)

The Pacific Oceania Davis Cup team represents the island nations in Oceania in Davis Cup tennis competition and are governed by the Oceania Tennis Federation.

Pacific Oceania compete in the Asia/Oceania Zone of Group II. They reached the Group II semifinals in 2005.

Current Team (2013)

  • Brett Baudinet (amateur player)
  • Daniel Llarenas (amateur player)
  • William O'Connell (amateur player)
  • Gilles De Gouy (amateur player)

History

Pacific Oceania competed in its first Davis Cup in 1995.

See also

External links

  • Team page on DavisCup.com


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