- Age: 45 (05.01.1970)
- Birthplace: Durban, South Africa
- Residence: Cape Town, South Africa
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 175 lbs (79 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1989
- Coach: Lance Lockhart-Ross
As of 18.05.2015
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
1992-Reached Roland Garros final and ended year No. 12 in Team Rankings (w/Olhovskiy)...Won first career doubles title at Munich (w/Oosting)...
1993-Won doubles titles at Copenhagen and Estoril (w/Olhovskiy)... Qualified for first World Doubles Championship, reaching SF and finishing No. 4 in Team Rankings...
1994-Finished career-best No. 138 in singles with tour SF in Rosmalen and Beijing...In doubles, won three titles and a finalist in five other stops (four w/Olhovskiy)...Qualified for second World Doubles Championship...Earned a career-high $392,042...
1995-Won doubles titles in Jakarta and Marseille (w/Olhovskiy)...
1996-Led ATP with 16 partners during year...His lone title came in Rotterdam (w/Barnard)...Reached four other finals (w/Oosting)...
1997-Won title in Antwerp (w/Delaitre) and reached three finals with as many partners...Played in a tour-high 36 tournaments as well as making Davis Cup debut in QF vs. Sweden (lost in five sets)...
1998-Played with 18 different partners, reaching finals in Hamburg (w/Steven), St. Poelten (w/W. Black), Vienna (w/de Jager) and Ostrava (w/Vizner)...
1999-Won three titles in ATP-high nine finals (along w/Paes) plus Australian Open mixed doubles title (w/de Swardt)...Led ATP in match victories (56)...Won titles in Rotterdam (w/de Jager) and in Bastad and Bournemouth (w/Tarango)...
2000-Won three titles (all w/de Jager) and finalist on clay in Estoril (w/Eagle)...Represented his country at Sydney Olympics (w/de Jager), reaching bronze medal play-off (l. to Corretja-Costa)...
2001-Failed to win doubles title for first time in three years…Reached final in first event of year in Auckland and again in Acapulco (both w/Garcia)…Advanced to five SF with five different partners…Finished No. 33 in doubles, his sixth straight Top 50 year-end ranking...
2002 -- The South African won 40 doubles matches for third time in four years and captured multiple titles for first time since 2000…Played with 20 different partners during year…Won first title of year in Tashkent (w/Koenig) by defeating Sluiter-Verkerk in final…Won 18th career doubles crown in October while teaming with J. Palmer to win in St. Petersburg…Reached first final of year in Delray Beach (w/Ellwood)…Teamed with A. Kratzmann to reach SF in Bastad but lost to Bjorkman-Woodbridge…Reached final the following week in Stuttgart (w/Etlis) before falling to Eagle-Rikl in championship match…Finished No. 27 in doubles, his seventh straight Top 50 year-end ranking.
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