- Age: 48 (16.04.1967)
- Birthplace: Tacoma, WA, USA
- Residence: Seattle, WA, USA
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 1989
As of 20.04.2015
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Played from 1986-89 at UCLA, where he was a three-time doubles All-America with Brian Garrow and the 1988 NCAA doubles champion (w/Garrow)...Also the PAC-10 singles champion in 1989, compiling a 25-5 singles mark...Enjoys golf and an avid follower of UCLA's athletic program...Has a 1-1 career Davis Cup record (both in 1996)...Earned ATP Tour Doubles Team of the Year (w/Connell) in 1993...Wife, Tammy (married Sept. 20, 1997 in Seattle). Vice President of Investments for UBS Financial Services and a two-time member of the USTA Board of Directors.
1999 -- The veteran left-hander captured an ATP Tour doubles title for 11th consecutive year, second-longest active streak (behind Leach's 13)...Played only half of year after undergoing surgery on July 19 to repair partially-torn right Achilles tendon... Opened first month of season with a 9-3 record in Australia, reaching back-to-back finals in Adelaide (w/Courier) and Sydney and QF at Australian Open (both w/Haarhuis)...On clay, won title in Atlanta (w/Gimelstob), defeating Woodies in three sets, to keep title streak alive...In June, won grasscourt title in Nottingham (w/Gimelstob) and played last event of season at Wimbledon where he reached 3rd RD (w/Gimelstob)...Finished No. 51 in doubles.
1998 -- Captured lone title in Auckland (w/Steven) and reached final in Washington (w/W. Ferreira)...Also a SF in five other Tour stops...Finished No. 28 in doubles.
1997 -- Won five titles in seven finals (w/E. Ferreira) and qualified for The Phoenix/ATP Tour World Doubles Championship where they went 1-2...Finished No. 6 in Team Rankings and No. 9 individually, his fifth straight Top 10 season.
1996 -- Won titles in Scottsdale (w/R. Leach), Hong Kong (w/Olhovskiy), Mercedes Super 9 in Toronto (w/Haarhuis) and Stockholm (w/Stark)...Finished No. 10 individually.
1995 -- Won ATP Tour World Doubles Championship along with titles in Auckland, Dubai, Stuttgart-indoor and Mercedes Super 9 in Paris-indoor (all w/Connell).
1994 -- Played entire season with Connell, compiling a 44-23 record...Won Indian Wells, Washington, New Haven and Tokyo-indoor.
1993 -- Ended year No. 1 in Team Rankings with Connell thanks to three titles (Auckland, Tokyo-indoor, Antwerp) and finalist efforts in Dubai, Hamburg, Wimbledon and Washington...Reached SF of the ATP Tour World Championship.
1992 -- Won career-high five titles with as many partners...Finished No. 13 in doubles rankings.
1991 -- Teamed with the late Todd Witsken, winning titles at Hong Kong, Munich, Montreal and Vienna (w/Jarryd)...Qualified for ATP World Doubles Championship (w/Witsken).
1990 -- Won Toronto-indoor (w/ Macpherson) and Lyon (w/Jones)...Finalist in Berlin (w/Curren) and SF at U.S. Open (w/Jones).
1989 -- Won first Tour doubles title in Newport (w/Garrow).
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