Ken Flach was top 50 in singles, but was better known as a doubles specialist. He and his long time partner, Robert Seguso, won 3 Grand Slam doubles titles and Ken won mixed titles at the French Open and Wimbledon. Ken also won the 1993 U.S. Open doubles with Rick Leach. He was a member of the U.S. Davis Cup Team from 1985-1991 compiling an 11-2 record and also was a member of the winning U.S. World Team Cup in 1985. That same year Flach & Seguso were ranked No.1 in men’s doubles on the ATP Tour. His favorite accomplishment is his victory in the 1988 Seoul Olympics when he won a Gold Medal with his partner Robert Seguso in men’s doubles.
He is a student of the game and loves to coach future players. He coached 8 years at Vanderbilt University guiding them to their first ever SEC Championship and to the finals of the NCAA Championships in 2003. Ken recently moved to Mill Valley, where he and his wife, Christina, have 9 children between them!