If there is a legacy it's his choke against Agassi at the Open and as a player who never realised his full potential by being stubborn, sticking with a coach for far too long, and not varying his strategy during matches. Seems like a nice enough bloke, but truly a one trick one dimensional pony. Rip everything and if you're on you win and if not you lose and thats it. For a Harvard man, he played a lot of dumb tennis in his career.
3 RF97's // 3 K90's // 3 PS88's // 4 PS85's (1 St Vin /2 Ch/1 Tai)