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Pacific Oceania returns to Davos Cup Group II in opposition to Estonia

Pacific Oceania lastly returns to Group II of the Davis Cup this weekend when it takes on Estonia on the Forus Tenniscentre in Tallinn.

Captain Aymeric Mara’s workforce is supported by the CNMI’s Colin Sinclair, Clement Mainguy of Vanuatu, Matthew Stubbings of Papua New Guinea, and Brett Baudinet of the Cook dinner Islands.

Pacific Oceania tennis workforce
Photograph: Mark Rabago

Sinclair is the one ATP-ranked participant for Pacific Oceania, whereas Estonia, skippered by Ekke Tiidemann, has all 5 of its gamers ranked within the ATP.

Jurgen Zopp has the best ATP rating at No. 796 in singles and 915 in doubles, adopted by Vladimir Ivanov (938 in singles and 746 in doubles), Kenneth Raisma (1,139 and 1,249), Kristjan Tamm (1,152 and 90), and Mark Lajal (1,232 and 1,943).

Mara mentioned the Islanders’ morale may be very excessive and all know one another effectively and feed on one another’s power.

“The Pacific spirit is robust in us and representing our colours is highly effective to us. The gamers have been coaching day-after-day, twice a day with a view to determine the absolute best formation to be as environment friendly as attainable,” he mentioned.

Mara mentioned Sinclair being their solely participant ranked within the ATP will assume the No. 1 spot with Mainguy getting the nod for the No. 2 spot. Sinclair and Baudinet will resume their tried and examined partnership within the doubles.

“We do not have a particular technique as Colin Sinclair is our solely ATP ranked participant. Due to this fact he can be our strongest weapon in opposition to Estonia. Our workforce spirit and hearth to struggle on court docket for each level is our greatest tactic.”

After what appeared like a decade, Pacific Oceania clinched a promotion to Group II of the Davis Cup after beating Syria final September in a tie in Amman, Jordan.

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