- Pronounced: HAAR-house
- Birthdate: 19.02.1966
- Birthplace: Eindhoven, Netherlands
- Residence: Monaco
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 177 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1989
- Coach: Alex Reynders
As of 03.03.2014
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Earned a degree in economics from Florida State University in the spring of 1988... A big follower of Florida State football and in 1994 received a football autographed by head Coach Bobby Bowden and former quarterback Charlie Ward... Played in Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992 and Atlanta Olympics in 1996, reaching SF in doubles (w/Eltingh) in 1996... Has a 23-12 career record in Davis Cup (14-7 in singles) in 15 ties... Elected to 1994-95 ATP Tour Player Council... Earned ATP Tour Doubles Team of the year (w/Eltingh) in 1994... Wife, Anya (married Sept. 12, 1996); son, Daan (born Feb. 3, 1998)... Coached by Alex Reynders.
1999 -- After seven very successful seasons with countryman Jacco Eltingh, who retired at end of 1998, enjoyed most success during season with Jared Palmer winning one title and reaching four other finals…The duo went 21-10 on the year and qualified for the Phoenix/ATP Tour World Doubles Championship (went 1-2)…In second event as a team, reached first final in Hamburg…Played improved on grass, reaching finals at Halle and then the final at Wimbledon, where they fell to Bhupathi-Paes in a fifth set tiebreak…Won first title as a team at Indianapolis, defeating Bhupathi-Paes in final…In November, added a final at the Paris-Indoor…Also won titles in Barcelona (w/Kafelnikov) and Amsterdam (w/Schalken)…Began year playing with Galbraith, reaching final in Syndey and QFs at Australian Open and Indian Wells…Went 1-1 in Davis Cup doubles play…In singles, best result was a 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. to Ivanisevic)…Also reached 2nd RDs at Australian Open and Key Biscayne.
1998 -- In final year as a team with Jacco Eltingh, ended ranked No. 1 after winning nine titles including Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the Phoenix/ATP Tour World Doubles Championship…Eltingh retired after season and together they won 39 career Tour titles including five Grand Slams…In singles, reached lone final at Boston (l. to Chang) and reached SFs at Halle and Shanghai.
1997 -- Advanced to SF in Halle and QF in Memphis and Umag in singles...Reached 3rd RD at Wimbledon, losing to Tim Henman in 3-hour, 58-minute battle (14-12 in fifth set) on Centre Court...Compiled another outstanding doubles campaign (w/Eltingh), capturing six titles in eight finals...Reached first Wimbledon final, losing to Woodies...Finished season 59-17 as a team and No. 3 individually.
1996 -- Opened with a SF in Jakarta and, two months later at Mercedes Super 9 in Indian Wells, defeated Sampras (QF) and Ivanisevic (SF) before losing to Chang in final...Advanced to RD 16 at Wimbledon (l. to Mal Washington) for first time...In doubles (w/Eltingh), made a late-season surge to qualify for The Phoenix/ATP Tour World Doubles Championship in Hartford where they were 1-2 in round-robin play...Ranked as low as No. 29 in Team Rankings going into U.S. Open where they reached final (l. to Woodies)...Then won in Toulouse (d. Delaitre-Raoux) and Paris-indoor (d. Kafelnikov-Vacek) and advanced to final in Stuttgart (l. to Lareau-O'Brien)...Finished No. 6 in Team Rankings and No. 6 individually.
1995 -- He and Eltingh won their first French Open doubles title and finished as the No. 2 team in the world (third consecutive Top 2 season), one point behind the Woodies...Beat R. Vasek in Jakarta for his first career title...Came up with the biggest Davis Cup victory of his career with a four-set decision over Becker in the first rubber of the QF tie against Germany...It ended Becker's 22 consecutive singles match wins in Davis Cup play...Broke into the Top 20 for the first time at No. 18 on Nov. 6...In doubles, the Dutch duo compiled a 62-19 record and won six titles - Monte Carlo, French Open, Halle, Tokyo-indoor, Essen and Stockholm...Reached the ATP Tour World Doubles Championship final in Eindhoven, losing in four sets to Connell-Galbraith...Finished tied at No. 3 individually in doubles...Earned a career-high $1,005,587.
1994 -- Teamed with Eltingh to rank as the No. 1 doubles team most of the year, winning a Tour-high eight titles in 12 finals...Reached the final in Philadelphia (l. to Chang)...SF in Rotterdam (d. Becker, l. to Stich)...Won both Davis Cup singles matches in 1st RD win over Belgium...In doubles, he and Eltingh won the Australian Open and U.S. Open in addition to Key Biscayne...The duo compiled a Tour-best 14-match winning streak with titles at the U.S. Open, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney-indoor...He and Eltingh compiled a 65-15 record...Closed season by reaching SF at the ATP Tour World Doubles Championship in Jakarta.
1993 -- Established himself as one of top doubles players in world with seven titles, including ATP Tour World Doubles Championship (w/Eltingh) to end year as No. 2 team...Also reached singles SF in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and Tokyo-indoor (d. Ivanisevic, Medvedev) to stay in Top 50 all year...Compiled 51-17 doubles record with Eltingh.
1992 -- Reached first career Tour singles final in Singapore (l. to Youl)...Posted Top 10 wins over Lendl and Chang...Won doubles titles in Hilversum (w/Koevermans) and Schenectady (w/Eltingh)...Surpassed $1 million in career earnings.
1991 -- Made first Grand Slam QF appearance at U.S. Open, defeating Jelen, Becker, Steeb and Chesnokov (l. to Connors)...Won Lagos Challenger...In doubles, won titles in Estoril (w/Koevermans), Rosmalen (w/Davids) and Guaruja (w/Eltingh).
1990 -- Reached QF in Philadelphia and Estoril...In doubles, won first Tour title in Moscow (w/Davids) and runner-up in three other Tour stops.
1989 -- In first Grand Slam, reached third round of French Open and then RD 16 at the U.S. Open as a qualifier, defeating J. McEnroe for first career Top 10 win.
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