Vanuatu tennis star Cyril Jacobe is considering returning for one final Davis Cup run with Pacific Oceania.
The 32 year-old helped the Dolphins earn promotion to Asia/Oceania Group Three at the weekend, with victory over the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain.
Jacobe has a new born child and increasing business commitments, and had signalled this would be his last Davis Cup appearance, after making his debut in 1999.
Pacific Oceania captain Gilles de Gouy said this week he wanted the full squad to return in 2016 and Jacobe admits he's now in two minds.
"When you end on the win like this it's a good thing because you end on a positive and you can actually say look I finished well and I did help the team to win the promotion but maybe I should give it another shot, you know? We did speak longly with the team and Gilles was actually quite disappointed that I was going to pull out of Davis Cup but I am actually contemplating now about doing it next year again. He did say what about if you ask your partner and bring your kid over and we have one more together to see if we can actually do the promotion back up to group two."
Cyril Jacobe says he plans to discuss his options with his family in the coming weeks.