Mark Keil grew up in Albuquerque, NM where in 1985 he won the state 4A singles title while at Highland High School. He was a high school All-American. He earned a scholarship to play at the University of South Florida. He led USF to two Sun Belt Conference titles. After two years of college, he embarked on a pro tennis career eventually becoming a doubles specialist. He was part of five doubles ATP titles and eight runners up .After 8 years on the ATP tour he coached at two colleges and operated a tennis academy in Hawaii, Kazakhstan and China. With doubles partner Geoff Grant, they produced a tennis documentary in 2004 entitled “The Journeyman” . This documentary was about Marks day to day life as an ATP touring professional recently Mark produced another tennis documentary entitled “Journeyman 2”. Mark was labelled as “the worst player ever to beat Pete Sampras” But in 1991 at Queens Club (warm up tournament to Wimbledon) Mark beat Pete Sampras in a very hard fought match. Quite an achievement to beat Pete Sampras back in the day! He played main draw singles of Wimbledon 92 93.  Only New Mexican to ever win a round in “singles” at a Grand Slam event- Australian Open 93.  He won 5 ATP World Tour Doubles titles. Mark now lives in Phoenix.