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May 13, 2014 - David Wheaton in The Players Lounge and Passing Shots with Pete Ziebron and Craig O'Shanessy
Wearing his stars-and-stripes bandana, Minnesotan David Wheaton was a serve-volleyer who produced his best results on fast courts in a 12-year pro career. He attained a career-high No. 12 singles ranking (22 July 1991) and won three titles from seven finals.
Wheaton had his best year in 1991, when he reached the Miami final (d. Agassi, Edberg; l. to Courier), advanced to the Wimbledon semi-finals (d. Lendl, Agassi; l. to Becker) and finished the year by winning the $2 million first prize at the Grand Slam Cup in Munich (d. Chang).
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