Tennis’s attention should be on Andreescu’s exploits, not boardroom coups | Kevin Mitchell

There have been some remarkable results at Indian Wells – not least Bianca Andreescu’s continuing meteoric rise – but upsets in the boardroom are less edifying

Tennis continues to rock in the Californian desert. At the Indian Wells Open (which would like to be the sport’s fifth major), the on-court excitement of upsets in both draws had just about wiped out the lingering vapour trail from last week’s summary dismissal of the ATP chief, Chris Kermode, when a second minor tremor struck.

The three players’ representatives – David Edges, Justin Gimelstob and Alex Inglot – who have spread bewilderment in tennis by effecting a palace coup few previously knew they wanted, are complaining now that their noble cause has been misrepresented.

Continue reading...

About the Author

Comments are closed.