Wife, Kim Daughter, Rachel (born Nov.22, '91) Son, Cristian (born Apr. 4, '95) Doubles titles: 3, as follows: 1988--(1) Guaruja (w/Jensen) 1986--(1) Houston (w/Pearce) 1985--(1) Toulouse (w/Hlasek) Year-by-Year Highlights: 1989- Quarterfinalist at Brasilia Ch. 1988- Semifinalist at Vina del Mar Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Martinique Ch. Third Round at Wimbledon; Doubles Runner-up at Sao Paulo (w/J. Sanchez). 1987- Semifinalist at Martinique Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Guaruja, Vina del Mar Ch.; Raleigh Ch., Campos Ch. 1986- Quarterfinalist at Newport; Doubles Winner at Santiago Ch. (w/Gildemeister). 1985- Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon, Cleveland, Bahia Ch. 1984- Semifinalist at Bahia Ch. 1983- Semifinalist at Vina del Mar; Quarterfinalist at Bristol, Basle. 1982- Runner-up at Bahia (l. J. Fillol). 1979- Quarterfinalist at Santiago. Member of Chile's Davis Cup team from 1979-1989. Played collegiately at Northwestern (Louisiana) State University and earned All-America honors in 1979. He also was a silver medalist in both singles and doubles (w/Hector Perez) at the 1979 Pan American Games. He qualified at the 1985 Wimbledon Championships and reached the quarterfinals, defeating Pat Cash and David Pate along the way before losing to Jimmy Connors. Ranked No. 1 in the 14s, 16s and 18s in Chile during his junior days. A member of the ATP Board of Directors. Earned a career-high $59,720 in 1986. He finished No. 57 on the ATP computer rankings in 1985, a career year-end best. After 11 years on the tour, was Director of Tennis at the ATP Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida from 1989 to 1997 and then joined the USTA Player Development staff.