Wayne Arthurs has represented Australia in The Davis Cup since 1999, and represented Australia in the 2004 Olympic team.
Wayne began playing tennis on the international professional tennis circuit in 1990 and in that time has had many career highlights. These include reaching the semi-finals in Doubles at Wimbledon, the US Open, the French Open and the Australian Open, and being a member of the winning ATP team, in the World Team Championships in 2001. He has been ranked as high as ninth in the world in doubles and forty-fourth in the world in singles. In 2003 Wayne won 4 ATP titles and teamed with fellow Australian Paul Hanley, to play in the Tennis Masters Cup – a competition for the 8 best doubles pairs in the world.
He was awarded the Australian Sports Medal in 2000.