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Old 09-03-2012, 11:44 PM   #1
Alohajrtennis
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Default Serving the Tennis Public?

Link to good article on the tennis industries (not just USTA) poor performance with regards to conflicts of interests(forget about the appearance of conflicts, which is the standard they should be managing to) :

Nice paragraph :

Worse, the cliquishness breeds a lack of accountability, stifling serious discourse and examination and the kind of difficult discussion and inquiry that ultimately help businesses grow. So long as Patrick McEnroe is on the payroll, ESPN is unlikely to undertake an expose of the USTA's difficulty in harvesting top junior talent or the controversy surrounding the 10-and-under program. And so long as he draws a check from the USTA, Patrick McEnroe is unlikely to speak critically on-air about the lack of a roof at the National Tennis Center or address players seeking a greater share of revenues from events like the US Open.

http://httobservations.blogspot.com/...is-public.html
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