Scratching man stood in 1990 in the doubles final of the junior competition at the Australian Open. In the same year he became a professional tennis player and reached the final of the Challenger tournament in Canberra. In 1991, he won his first doubles title on the Challenger Tour, the following year he won at the side of Roger Rasheed three more Challenger tournament victories. In 1994 he won at the side of his brother Mark in Adelaide his first doubles tournament on the ATP World Tour. In total he won during his career with changing partners nine tournament victories in doubles, including the Masters Tournament in Hamburg. A further twelve times he stood in a double finals. In individual he could achieve no success, his only two games on the ATP World Tour he lost. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1991 with position 299 in single and in 2000 with position 13 in doubles.
His best individual result at a Grand Slam tournament was the qualifying at the Australian Open in 1994, where he was eliminated in the first round. His best result in the doubles competition was in the finals at the Australian Open 2000. Alongside Wayne Black was defeated in five sets just against Rick Leach and Ellis Ferreira.