Chat with Patrick McEnroe

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Patrick McEnroe
McEnroe won 16 titles as a doubles player.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Wednesday, former captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team Patrick McEnroe stops by to chat some tennis.

McEnroe, an ESPN anaylst, led the U.S. Davis Cup team for 10 years, winning the title in 2007. He took over the captaincy in 2000 from his brother John. As a Davis Cup player, Patrick compiled a 3-1 record while competing in doubles on the 1993, '94 and '96 teams.

McEnroe resigned from the Davis Cup team in September and Jim Courier took over. McEnroe and Courier will be chatting about Courier's new job and the state of tennis on Twitter Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET. McEnroe's book "Hardcourt Confidential," in which he tells many stories about his career, is in stores now.

Send your questions now and join McEnroe Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. ET!

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