Birthplace: Worcester, MA Wife, Kay Doubles titles: 1984--Washington, D.C. (w/Slozil) 1982--French Open (w/Stewart) 1985- Doubles QF at Philadelphia, Memphis, Delray Beach (w/Buehning) 1984- Doubles runner-up at La Quinta (w/S. Davis), Madrid, Rotterdam, Stuttgart (w/Buehning); Doubles SF at Philadelphia, Milan, Toronto, San Francisco (w/Buehning), Wimbledon (w/S. Mayer). 1983- Doubles runner-up at Masters (w/Stewart). 1982- Doubles SF at Wimbledon. A nonpareil doubles specialist, his career titles are both lengthy and impressive. Ferdi and Sherwood Stewart formed the top doubles team on the Grand Prix points ladder in 1982. He was an All-American at UCLA from 1974-1977 where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and was the NCAA doubles champion in 1976. He was the 1974 National junior champion and a member of the Junior Davis Cup team in 1972-75. Inducted into the ITA Hall of Fame in 2006. He is a vegetarian, interested in modern art, enjoys skiing (he finished fourth nationally in his age group at 13) and an avid and accomplished golfer. He has been with Simons & Company since 2002 as Director of Institutional Sales in their Boston office.