Guy Forget

Guy Forget won the Davis Cup twice with the French team, in 1991 together with Henri Leconte and in 1996, a team of which he became non-playing captain after retiring from competitive activity. He was part of the transalpine Davis Cup team for 12 years, achieving a record of 38-11. In 1982 he was ITF Junior World Champion. He represented France three consecutive times at the Olympic Games, from 1984 to 1992.

In Grand Slam tournaments his best result is the doubles final at the Roland Garros, reached twice but always lost, in 1987 paired with Yannick Noah and in 1996 with Jakob Hlasek. In singles he reached the quarterfinals five times, twice at the Australian Open, three at Wimbledon.

Overall he won 39 tournaments, eleven as singles and twenty-eight in doubles. The peak of his career was reached in the 1991 season, in which he won 6 tournaments that allowed him to climb to 4th place in the world rankings on March 25th.

During his career he used the latest racket designed by René Lacoste; Forget has been considered a protégé of him.