Guy Forget ( born January 4, 1965 in Casablanca, Morocco ) is a former French tennis player.
Forget tennis pro in 1982 and had his first career peak in 1986, when he won the tournament in Toulouse. In the same year he won the French team to World Team Cup. Also in 1986 he won six doubles titles, which made him the No. 3 doubles world ranking.
His most successful year as a professional he had in 1991 when he won six individual tournaments, including the Paris Indoors and the tournament in Cincinnati. In March 1991 he was listed at number 4 in the world tennis rankings. In 1991, he was able to win the Davis Cup with the French team. Along with Henri Leconte they won against the USA with Pete Sampras 3-1. In the same both players were from the sports newspaper L' Équipe France's athletes of the year ( " champion of champions" ) selected.
1996 could in turn reach the doubles final of the French Open the left-hander with Jakob Hlasek. He also won the tournament in Marseille. With France, he won for the second time in the Davis Cup, this time against Sweden.
In 1997, Guy Forget resigned from tennis. He won in his career, 11 single and 28 double tournaments.
Guy Forget since 1998 trainer of the French Davis Cup team, with whom he won the 2001 title.
From 2012 Forget new tournament director at the Paris Masters, an ATP tournament in Paris -Bercy.