He reached a singles position of fifth in the globe in 1985 and won a U.S. Open up doubles game titles in 1982 aswell as blended doubles game titles at Wimbledon as well as the U.S. Open up. He competed in cricket and golf at Glenwood SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Durban, South Africa. He was the runner-up on the 1984 Australian Open up. He was created in Durban, South Africa and became a naturalized American resident in 1985. He dropped to Boris Becker in the 1985 finals of Wimbledon.