Is the tennis calendar too long?
Flashback: 1988, U.S. Open parking lot.
A warm late-summer day in New York and the players are heated, but not as a result of the weather. They're unhappy with how the men's pro tennis council is running the yearlong tour. Banded together, top players and lesser players, they want change. They back their leader, Hamilton Jordan, the former chief of staff to President Carter, in his vision for the ATP (Association of Tennis Players, then just the player's union) to take over the organization ...
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