- Age: 58 (20.05.1956)
- Birthplace: Plzen, Czechoslovakia
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 175 lbs (79 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
As of 19.01.2015
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles titles: 9, as follows:
1983--(2) Munich, Hilversum
1982--(2) Mexico City, Cap d'Agde
1980--(2) Stuttgart (spring), Bologna
1979--(1) Stuttgart (summer)
Doubles titles: 55, as follows:
1990--(1) Monte Carlo (w/Korda)
1989--(3) Athens (w/Panatta), Monte Carlo (w/Woodforde), Stuttgart (w/Korda)
1988--(2) Geneva (w/Bahrami), Basle (w/Hlasek)
1987--(7) Hamburg, Prague, Barcelona, Wembley, Masters (w/Mecir), Gstaad (w/
Gunnarsson), Basle (w/Jarryd)
1986--(5) French Open (w/Fitzgerald), Bari (w/Donnelly), Hilversum, Toulouse
(w/Mecir), Kitzbuhel (w/Gunthardt)
1985--(5) Memphis, Rotterdam, Monte Carlo (w/Slozil), Gstaad (w/Fibak),
1984--(9) Milan, Barcelona, Basle (w/Slozil),Luxembourg, Hilversum (w/Jarryd)
N. Conway (w/Gottfried), U.S. Open (w/Fitzgerald), Stockholm (w/Leconte),
1983--(8) Guaruja (w/Tim Gullikson), Bournemouth (w/Stewart), Milan, Gstaad,
Basle, Richmond, Delray Beach, London World Doubles (w/Slozil)
1982--(9) Madrid, Hamburg, Geneva, Toulouse, WCT/Genoa,WCT/Dortmund(w/Slozil)
Hilversum (w/Kodes), WCT/Munich (w/Edmondson), WCT/Amsterdam (w/Buehning)
1980--(1) Stuttgart (w/Fibak)
1979--(3) Hamburg (w/Kodes), Rome (w/Fleming), Buenos Aires (w/Stewart)
1979--(2) Monte Carlo (w/Fleming), Stuttgart (w/Kodes)
1989- Doubles Runner-up at Kitzbuhel, Prague (w/Korda), Madrid (w/F.Clavet),
Barcelona (w/Casal); Doubles Semifinalist at Munich (w/Woodforde), Salzburg
1988- Quarterfinalist at Toulouse; Doubles Runner-up at Milan (w/Mecir), Rome
(w/Jarryd), Vienna (w/Curren), Brussels (w/Fitzgerald);Doubles Semifinalist
at Indian Wells (w/Mecir), Kitzbuhel (w/Birner), Toulouse (w/Srejber),
1987- Runner-up at Prague, Geneva; Winner at New Ulm Ch.; Semifinalist at
Stuttgart, Itaparica; Quarterfinalist at Milan; Doubles Runner-up at Rome,
Kitzbuhel (w/Mecir), Palermo (w/Korda); Doubles Semifinalist 6 Times.
1986- Semifinalist at Barcelona, Basle; Quarterfinalist at Rotterdam, Gstaad,
Kitzbuhel; Doubles Runner-up at Brussels (w/Fitzgerald), Basle (w/Gunnars-
son); Doubles Semifinalist 5 Times.
1985- Runner-up at Toulouse; Semifinalist at Lipton (Delray Beach), Rotterdam
Milan, Las Vegas; Quarterfinalist at Brussels, Monte Carlo, Hilversum, Hong
Kong; RD 16 at French Open, U.S. Open; Doubles Runner-up at Atlanta (w/Den-
ton), Toulouse (w/Slozil), Hong Kong (w/Hlasek).
1984- Runner-up at Madrid, Luxembourg, Hilversum, Hong Kong; Semifinalist at
Stuttgart, Palermo; Quarterfinalist at Philadelphia, Geneva, Basle; RD 16
at U.S. Open; Doubles Runner-up at French Open, Wembley (w/Slozil), Memphis
(w/Gunthardt), Geneva (w/Pimek).
1983- Runner-up at Bournemouth, Gstaad, Stockholm; Semifinalist at Barcelona,
Guaruja, Hilton Head, Delray Beach; Doubles Runner-up at Munich (w/Jarryd),
Hilversum (w/Kodes), WCT/Houston (w/Dickson).
1982- Runner-up at WCT/Munich, Geneva; Doubles Runner-up at Wembley (w/Gunt-
hardt), Cap d'Agde (w/Slozil), Mexico City, Delray Beach (w/Taroczy).
1981- Runner-up at Frankfurt, Geneva; Doubles Runner-up at Monte Carlo,
Geneva (w/Slozil), Bournemouth (w/Mottram), Rome (w/Manson), Madrid (w/M.
Gunthardt), Bologna (w/Taroczy).
1980- Runner-up at Vienna; Doubles Runner-up at Memphis (w/R. Frawley),
Vienna (w/Slozil), Cologne (w/Kodes).
Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open, 1983 Quarterfinalist; French Open,
1986 Doubles Champion (w/Fitzgerald); Wimbledon, 1984 Quarterfinalist; U.S.
Open, 1985/84 RD 16, 1984 Doubles Champion (w/Fitzgerald).
Ranked No. 1 in doubles on the ATP computer for 1984, breaking John Mc-
Enroe's five-year string.
One of the busiest players on the circuit, as he prefers to tournament
play rather than practice. In 1985 he played 34 weeks.
A member of the Czechoslovakian Davis Cup team from 1980-present.
Played in the Masters singles three times (Jan. '84, Jan. '85, Jan. '86)
and four times in doubles (three w/Pavel Slozil). Won the 1987 Nabisco
Masters title with Miloslav Mecir over Ken Flach-Robert Seguso.
His father introduced him to tennis at age 4.
Earned a career-high $591,037 in 1984.
Although one of the world's best doubles players, he has managed to rank
in the Top 50 in singles nine of the last 12 years. He fell to 453 in 1989.
Here is a breakdown of his 55 doubles titles with 23 partners:
Slozil (18), Mecir (7), Jarryd (3), Kodes (3), Fibak (2), Fitzgerald (2)
Fleming (2), Stewart (2), Korda (2), Bahrami, Buehning, Donnelly, Edmondson,
Gottfried, Tim Gullikson, Gunnarsson, H. Gunthardt, Hlasek, Leconte, Lendl,
Panatta, Willenborg, Woodforde (all one each).