Year-by-Year Highlights: 1989- Semifinalist at Bogota Ch.; Quarterfinalist at San Luis Potosi Ch., Raleigh Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at USTA Sat. #1, Charleston, Bordeaux; Doubles Semifinalist at Forest Hills-T.O.C. (w/Yzaga). 1988- S & D Runner-up at San Luis Ch. (w/Perez-Pascal); Semifinalist at Nairobi Ch., Mexico City Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Travemunde Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Nairobi Ch. (w/Colombini); Doubles Semifinalist at Cairo Ch. (w/Perez-Pascal), Roland Garros (w/Lavalle). 1987- Semifinalist at Thessaloniki Ch.;Doubles Runner-up at Montabaur Ch. (w/Lozano); Doubles Semifinalist at Dortmund Ch. (w/Lozano). 1986- Doubles Winner at Casablanca Ch. (w/Scott). Captured the Wimbledon Junior Doubles title and was a semifinalist at the Orange Bowl tournament in 1984. He was the No. 1 junior doubles player in the world in 1984. He earned doubles All-America honors (w/Kelly Jones) at Pepperdine University in 1985 and ranked No. 4 in the country in doubles before turning pro. Earned a career-high $37,416 and ranked No. 286 in singles, No. 77 in doubles in 1989. Also reached two doubles finals with Jaime Yzaga. A member of the Mexican Davis Cup team since 1987 and participant in the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, losing to Edberg in the second round. Qualified in four Grand Slams in the last two years (1988-89).
Assistant coach at University of Georgia and Mexican Federation Cup coach before coming to the University of South Florida as head coach in 2005.