- Pronounced: flak
- Age: 52 (24.05.1963)
- Birthplace: St. Louis, MO
- Residence: Alpharetta, GA
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1983
As of 25.05.2015
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Sons, Dylan Eliot, Noah David;
Doubles titles: 33, as follows: Daughter, Madison Lynn
1994--(1) Scottsdale (w/Apell)
1993--(3) Japan Open, Manchester, U.S. Open (w/R. Leach)
1992--(1) Key Biscayne (w/Witsken)
1991--(3) Tampa, Cincinnati, Indianapolis (w/Seguso)
1989--(2) Japan Open, Cincinnati (w/Seguso)
1988--(4) Queen's, Wimbledon, Toronto, Wembley (w/Seguso)
1987--(2) Wimbledon, Cincinnati (w/Seguso)
1986--(3) Memphis, Chicago (w/Seguso), Japan Open (w/Anger)
1985--(7) Fort Myers, Forest Hills-T.O.C., Queen's, Indianapolis, Montreal,
U.S. Open, Tokyo Indoor (w/Seguso)
1984--(7) London World Doubles, Rome, Boston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Hong
Kong, Taipei (w/Seguso)
1993- Doubles SF at Osaka (w/Leach); Doubles QF at Indian Wells (w/Van
1992- Doubles R-up at Washington (w/Witsken); Doubles QF at Cincinnati, Indy
1991- Doubles R-up at Key Biscayne, Washington, Tour Wrld Final/Johannesburg;
Doubles SF at Charlotte, Montreal, U.S. Open, Paris-indoor (all w/Seguso).
1990- Doubles SF at Queen's, Washington; Doubles QF at Wimbledon, Indy (all
1989- Doubles R-up at U.S. Open, Orlando; Doubles SF at Wimbledon (w/Seguso).
1988- Doubles R-up at Key Biscayne, Indy, Detroit (w/Seguso); Doubles SF at
Memphis, U.S. Open (w/Seguso); Doubles QF at French Open, Cincy (w/Seguso).
1987- QF at Livingston; RD 16 at U.S. Open; Doubles R-up at Key Biscayne,
U.S. Open, Livingston, Stratton Mountain, Wembley, Masters (w/Seguso),
Seoul (w/Grabb); Doubles SF 5 Times.
1986- Doubles SF at WCT/London Doubles, Philadelphia, Forest Hills,Cincinnati
(w/Seguso); Doubles QF 5 Times (w/Seguso).
1985- SF at Las Vegas; Doubles R-up at LaQuinta, Chicago, Rome, Stratton Mt.
1984- Doubles R-up at Newport (w/Seguso); Doubles SF at Bristol (w/Donnelly),
Tokyo Indoor (w/Seguso).
1983- Doubles R-up at Taipei (w/Seguso).
Teamed with Robert Seguso to win 27 titles since 1984 when the two left
college at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. In college he was a 1983 singles
and doubles All-America and a two-time NCAA Division 2 singles champion.
A big fan of the St. Louis Cardinals (baseball team), Flach threw out
the first ball on the Cards' opening day in 1986.
A member of the U.S. Davis Cup team from 1985-89, Flach-Seguso were 10-2
in doubles play (after 10 wins). Gold medalist (w/Seguso) at '88 Olympics.
Named the 1985 ATP Doubles Team of the Year (w/Seguso).
Earned a career-high $359,920 in 1985 when he won seven doubles titles
Suffered his first major injury in November 1989 in a first round
doubles match at Wembley. On match point, he tore two ligaments in his left
Became the 25th player in the Open Era to win 30 doubles titles as he
teamed with Rick Leach to win the Japan Open on Apr. 11, 1993.