|Type||Competed in Olympic Games (non-medal events)|
|Full name||Derrick J.•Rostagno|
|Born||25 October 1965 in North Hollywood, California (USA)|
Derrick Rostagno played tennis at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics in the demonstration event. A student at Stanford at the time, he turned professional in 1986, and eventually claimed one ATP singles event, winning at New Haven in 1990. He also won a doubles title at Tampa in 1993. His best performance at a Grand Slam came at the 1988 US Open when he reached the quarter-finals. Rostagno’s highest world ranking was #13 in 1991.
Rostagno retired from competitive tennis in 1996. He went back and finished his degree at Stanford and then earned an MBA from UCLA, and a law degree from Loyola University. Rostagno opened his own law practice in Los Angeles, mostly engaged in civil litigation.
|1984 Summer Olympics||Tennis||Singles, Men||Olympic (non-medal)||=17||Representing United States|