WTT Season: 20th
Laguna Beach, Calif.
Returned to coach the Orange County Breakers in 2018 after guiding the team to the WTT championship in 2017. 2018 marked his 7th season as a coach (third straight with the Breakers) and 17th overall WTT season. Named the 2017 WTT Coach of the Year.
Previously coached the Austin Aces in 2014-15, earning 2015 Mylan WTT Coach of the Year honors and winning the 2015 Western Conference Championship.
Won at least one ATP doubles title for 16 straight years, longest streak on the tour (1987-2002).
Five Grand Slam men's doubles titles: Australian Open 1988-89 (w/Jim Pugh); Australian Open 2000 (w/Ellis Ferreira); Wimbledon 1990 (w/Pugh); and US Open 1993 (w/Ken Flach).
Won 46 ATP doubles titles, including one in 2005 at age 40.
Won four Grand Slam mixed doubles titles.
Career high doubles ranking of No. 1 (March 1990).
Played 10 WTT seasons and led St. Louis Aces to 1996 title.
Became the first four-time Division I All-American in singles and doubles at the University of Southern California, where he played for his father.
Won the 1986 and 1987 NCAA doubles titles.
February 11, 2020