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- Pronounced: REN-u-berg
- Age: 49 (05.10.1965)
- Birthplace: Phoenix, AZ, USA
- Residence: Bethesda, MD, USA
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1987
- Coach: None
As of 20.10.2014
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Three-time All-America (1985-87) at SMU in Dallas...Reached the 1986 NCAA singles final...ATP Newcomer of the Year in 1987...Has a 6-3 career Davis Cup record (5-3 in doubles)...Elected to 1995-96 and 1996-97 ATP Tour Player Council...Played in 1996 Atlanta Olympics ...with Jim Grabb has captured the US Open men's 35 title four times...Wife, Marget (married on Nov. 16, 1991); son, Christopher (born Dec. 31, 1996) and daughter Natalie...since 2000 has worked for Taconic Capital Advisors, a New York-based investment firm, doing marketing and client service work...inducted into the ITA Hall of Fame in 2006.
1999 -- The American enjoyed another consistent year in doubles, winning one Tour title and one Challenger title...In singles, finished his lowest as a pro, having to qualify five times in Tour draws...Opened season with a QF at Australian Open (w/Stark)...Won lone doubles title in in March in Scottsdale (w/Gimelstob)...Following month, won Bermuda Challenger title (w/Flach)...Reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros and Wimbledon (w/Stark)...Went 3-9 afterward in doubles, with lone hightlight a 3rd RD at U.S. Open (w/Gimelstob)...Finished No. 40 in doubles...Singles bests were 3rd RD in Memphis and 2nd RD at U.S. Open (l. to T. Martin)...Played in two Grand Slam singles events, his fewest since 1987.
1998 -- Underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on July 23 to repair a partially torn miniscus…Reached QF in Philadelphia and Atlanta…In doubles, reached final at Indian Wells (w/T. Martin).
1997 -- Reached singles final in Scottsdale (l. to Philippoussis)...Won doubles title in Stockholm (w/Goellner).
1996 -- Won his third career ATP Tour title in Rosmalen (d. Simian).
1995 -- Won Australian Open doubles and Memphis (both w/Palmer).
1994 -- Won two doubles titles.
1993 -- Won title in Kuala Lumpur...Won three doubles titles and reached No. 1 ranking.
1992 -- Won doubles at U.S. Open and San Francisco, Rosmalen and Indianapolis (w/Grabb)...Reached Wimbledon final (w/Grabb), losing 19-17 in fifth set to J. McEnroe-Stich. It took two days and 83 games to complete the 5 hour, 1 minute match - the longest Wimbledon doubles match in history.
1991 -- Won first singles title in Tampa...Won doubles titles in Sydney and Tokyo-indoor (w/Grabb).
1990 -- First Tour singles final in Wellington.
1989 -- Won first Tour doubles title in Johannesburg (w/L. Jensen).
1987 -- Jumped from No. 337 to No. 79.
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