1. He might not have the largest fan base and he might not rake in the endorsements, but it's awfully hard to deny
2. There were lots of complaints about the round-robin format in London, especially when
3. The fallout continues over the publication of the USTA executive salaries, which have staggered and, frankly, appalled, many of you, especially given the USTA's non-profit status. Two European readers who have already suggested this is all emblematic of the executive pay structure that helped trigger the recession. My question: Especially at a time when tennis is not exactly thriving here in the U.S. -- when the cupboard of junior players is awfully bare, when American tournaments are folding, when grassroots programs are lacking in funds and when colleges are cutting varsity programs -- how does the USTA board approve payouts like this? And don't think the ATP and WTA haven't cut and pasted these figures. I suspect the knowledge that USTA has the means to pay so many employees in excess of $700,000 a year -- including
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