Born London 12th May 1955.
Spent his youth and in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and like many of his
generation completed university studies in South Africa.
After university lived in Bern, Switzerland before returning to the
United Kingdom in 1981.
Transitioned into the financial and
business world after completing MBA in Fontainebleau, France.
HIs best Grand Slam singles performance was the fourth round (last 16)
at the US Open in 1976 (lost to Eddie Dibbs) and 1978 (lost to John McEnroe),
Wimbledon doubles finalist in 1975,
US Open doubles and mixed doubles semi-finalist and Roland Garros mixed doubles finalist.
In 2002, with Buster Mottram won Wimbledon veterans title defeating Peter Fleming and Sandy Mayer.
Elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Tennis Professionals (1976-1980 and 1984-1990),
and appointed European Director by CEO Hamilton Jordan at the launch of the inaugural ATP World Tour in 1990.
Elected to ATP Player Council as Alumni Representative from 2016 to present.
National champion and ranked no. 1 in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe (1973-1978),
Switzerland (1980), United Kingdom (1984).
Great Britain Davis Cup (1984-1986) reached 1/4 finals of World Group in 1986
National League Champions (Daehlhoelzli Bern) in 1978, 1980, 1984
Prince Edward School (Harare, Zimbabwe) 1967-1972
University of Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa) : BComm (1978)
New York Stock Exchange (New York)
Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Chicago) : Registered Representative (1981)
INSEAD (Fontainebleau, France) : MBA (1987)
Financial Services Authority (London) : Financial Advisor (1994 to present)
Appointed First Vice President Investments for Merrill Lynch (now Bank of America Merrill Lynch) in 2000.
Married with 3 children.