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SBD Global/November 21, 2013/People and Pop Culture
Brit Chris Kermode Takes Charge Of Men's Tennis As ATP Exec Chairman
Published November 21, 2013
TIME FOR INNOVATION: In London, Neil Harman wrote Kermode "takes charge at a time when innovation and collaboration is vital." After a headhunting firm was employed three months ago, Kermode "emerged with the greatest share of support from a six-man board comprised of three representatives apiece from the tournaments and the players." He also had a fan in former LTA Exec Chair Etienne de Villiers, who recommended him as a replacement for LTA CEO Roger Draper, but Kermode "was not even afforded an intervied." De Villiers said, "I found that totally shocking" (LONDON TIMES, 11/21).