Game 392 | September 19, 1990 | David Wheaton
Born in Minneapolis, Wheaton won the Minnesota State High School league singles tennis title in 1984 as a ninth grader. In 1987 he won the U.S. Junior title and the next year helped lead his Standford team to the NCAA championship. He turned pro in 1988, won his first singles' title in 1990 and finished runner up in the 1990 U.S. Open Men's doubles.

Game 834 | November 18, 2014 | David Wheaton
During the height of his professional tennis career, Wheaton, a Minneapolis native, reached the semi-finals or better in every Grand Slam event, beating the likes of Andre Agassi, Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg, Jim Courier and Michael Chang. Now a producer and host of a syndicated Christian radio show, Wheaton appeared at Dunkers in conjunction with the release of his book, My Boy, Ben-A Story of Love.

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