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  • Pronounced: BOW-er
  • Age: 54 (29.06.1959)
  • Birthplace: Oakland, CA
  • Residence: Emeryville, CA
  • Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
  • Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1982
  • Coach: Lynne Rolley
Inactive
United States

United States

As of 14.04.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

29

06.11.1984

75-92 3 $611,891

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

25

19.12.1983

162-180 9 $611,891

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Emeryville, California
Singles titles: 3, as follows:
1983--(1) Adelaide
1982--(2) Bangkok, Adelaide
Doubles titles: 8, as follows:
1994--(1) Vienna (w/Rikl)
1993--(2) Casablanca (w/Norval), Santiago (w/Rikl)
1992--(1) Tel Aviv (w/Cunha-Silva)
1983--(1) Sydney/NSW (w/Cash)
1982--(1) Bangkok (w/J. Benson)
1981--(2) Taipei, Manila (w/J. Benson)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- Doubles Semifinalist at Heilbronn Ch. (w/Riglewski), Martinique Ch. (w/
Mronz).
1988- Quarterfinalist, Doubles Semifinalist at Helsinki Ch. (w/Paloheimo).
1987- S & D Runner-up at Bloemfontein (w/Palandjian), Capetown (w/L. Jensen)
Challengers; Quarterfinalist at Guadeloupe Ch., Bossonens Ch.
1986- Runner-up at Berkeley Challenger.
1985- Quarterfinalist at Cleveland; Doubles Quarterfinalist 6 Times.
1984- Semifinalist at Luxembourg, Melbourne Indoor, Adelaide; Quarterfinalist
at Hong Kong; Doubles Runner-up at Melbourne (Dec.) (w/McCain).
1983- Runner-up at Sydney/NSW (l. Nystrom); Semifinalist at LaQuinta, Taipei;
Doubles Runner-up at Maui (w/S. Davis).
1982- Quarterfinalist at Hong Kong.
1981- Quarterfinalist at Manila.
The former 1981 All-America at the U. of California-Berkeley captured
his first Grand Prix titles in 1982 at Bangkok, capturing both the singles
and doubles finals.
He registered his biggest career win at LaQuinta in 1983, defeating
Jimmy Connors en route to the semifinals.
He began playing tennis at age 14 and was a member of the 1981 USTA
Junior Davis Cup team.
His first coach was his father, a retired auto mechanic.
Earned a career-high $113,915 in 1983 and finished No. 56 on the ATP
computer rankings, a career year-end best.

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