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Patrick McEnroe
McEnroe led the U.S. to a Davis Cup victory in 2007.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, the captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team, Patrick McEnroe, stops by to chat about the upcoming Wimbledon tournament as well as his new book, "Hardcort Confidential."

McEnroe has served as the U.S. team's captain since 2001, winning the Davis Cup in 2007. As a player, McEnroe won 16 doubles titles and one singles titles, reaching No. 3 in the world as a doubles player. He will bring his expertise to ESPN's Wimbledon coverage starting Monday.

In his new book, McEnroe tells stories about the players he has run into during his 25-plus years in the game. He talks about how the game has changed and what the future holds in store for American tennis. McEnroe takes an unapologetic look at the men, women, and events of the past three decades, right up to the epic Federer-Nadal rivalry that dominates the game today.

Send your questions now and join McEnroe Thursday at 1:30 p.m. ET!

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