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- Age: 52 (27.08.1962)
- Birthplace: Santa Monica, CA, USA
- Residence: Irvine, CA, USA
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1983
As of 15.12.2014
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles titles: 3, as follows:
1985--(1) Japan Open
Doubles titles: 21, as follows: 1993--(1) San Francisco (w/Eltingh)
1991--(4) Sydney/NSW, Australian Open, Chicago, Washington (w/Pate)
1990--(5) Orlando, Kiawah Island, Los Angeles, Indianapolis,Paris Ind.(w/Pate
1989--(3) Seoul (w/Wekesa), Schenectady (w/Dyke), Orlando (w/Pawsat)
1988--(1) Scottsdale (w/Wilkison)
1986--(1) Philadelphia (w/Pate)
1985--(3) Stratton Mountain, Japan Open (w/Pate), Los Angeles (w/Van't Hof)
1984--(1) Livingston (w/Testerman)
1983--(1) Columbus (w/Teacher)
1989- Runner-up at Schenectady (l. Youl); Semifinalist at Los Angeles;Quarter
finalist at Japan Open; Doubles Runner-up at Memphis (w/Wilkison); Doubles
Semifinalist at Stratton Mt. (w/Pate).
1988- Quarterfinalist at Tel Aviv; Doubles Runner-up at Newport (w/Goldie),
San Francisco (w/Wilkison); Doubles Semifinalist at Toronto (w/Hlasek), Los
Angeles (w/Wilkison); Winner at Cherbourg Ch.; SF at Johannesburg-2 Ch.
1987- Semifinalist at Japan Open; Quarterfinalist at Chicago, Sydney Indoor;
Doubles Runner-up at Paris Indoor, Frankfurt (w/Pate).
1986- Runner-up at Houston (l. Zivojinovic); Semifinalist at Chicago; Quarter
finalist at Tokyo Indoor, Hong Kong; Doubles Runner-up at Scottsdale w/Pate
1985- Runner-up at Lipton (Delray Beach, l. Mayotte); Semifinalist at Philad-
elphia, Chicago; Quarterfinalist at Ft. Myers, Atlanta, Newport, Stratton
Mountain, Los Angeles, Sydney Indoor; Doubles Runner-up at Tokyo (w/Pate).
1984- Quarterfinalist at Australian Open, Monte Carlo, LaQuinta, Boca West;
RD 16 at Wimbledon; Doubles Runner-up at LaQuinta (w/Taygan).
1983- Runner-up at Newport (l. Fitzgerald), Tokyo Indoor(l. Lendl), Taipei
(l. Odizor); Semifinalist at Dallas, Columbus.
1982- Semifinalist at Cleveland.
1981- Runner-up at Napa (l. Giammalva) as an amateur.
Enjoyed one of the most prolific junior careers in U.S. history, winning
24 age-group titles, and ranked as the No. 1 junior from 1977-80. A member
of the USTA Junior Davis Cup team in 1980.
Led Stanford to the 1983 NCAA team championship before turning pro that
Earned the 1983 ATP Newcomer of the Year award.
Surprised everyone by reaching the Round of 16 at the 1984 Wimbledon
Championships, extending Ivan Lendl to five sets.
Appeared in his first Masters doubles in 1987 (w/Pate).
Has ranked in the ATP top 50 in four of the last five years, reaching a
year-end best 17 in 1985.
Climbed to high as No. 11 on the ATP computer in 1985 and earned a
Surpassed $1 million in career prize money by reaching the semifinals at
Los Angeles in September 1989.