- As an amateur in 1977, won mixed doubles at Wimbledon with Mary Carillo, and made the semifinals in singles.
- Won NCAA singles and team titles with Stanford in 1978, the year he also turned pro.
- Won first Grand Slam event in 1979 (U.S. Open). Won 10 singles events and 17 doubles events.
- Best year came in 1984, when he went 82-3 in matches, and won 13 singles titles.
- In his career, he won titles at four U.S. Opens and three Wimbledons, but lost to Bjorn Borg in 1980 in a final many call the best in Wimbledon history.
- Won 57 doubles titles with partner Peter Fleming.
- With his tennis career winding down, he opened an art gallery in Manhattan and started a rock group, the Johnny Smyth Band, in the 1990s.
- Starred in a TV game show (The Chair) and his own talk show (McEnroe).
- His 2002 autobiography, You Cannot Be Serious, was a best-seller.
- Continues to play tennis on senior tours.
- Kay McEnroe — Mother
- Kevin McEnroe — Son
- Ava McEnroe — Daughter
- Ruby — Stepdaughter
- Emily McEnroe — Daughter
- Anna McEnroe — Daughter
- Patty Smyth — Wife
- Sean O'Neal — Son
- John McEnroe Sr. — Father
- Patrick McEnroe — Brother
- Mark McEnroe — Brother
- Tatum O'Neal — Ex-wife
- Attended Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States
- Birth Name: John Patrick McEnroe Jr.
- Birth Place: Wiesbaden, West Germany
- Profession: Tennis player, Commentator
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