The International Tennis Hall of Fame announced a new president and CEO this month. The jobs are going to Dan Faber, who has been the chief executive of the USTA Foundation since 2013, and former tennis professional Patrick McEnroe, who is now a TV commentator.
"On behalf of the Board of Governors and staff, I want to welcome Dan Faber and Patrick McEnroe to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Both are impactful leaders in the tennis industry and join an outstanding leadership team and staff in Newport. Dan’s impressive track record in education and development shone through in an extensive search that saw many exceptional candidates. Patrick’s background as an accomplished player, broadcaster, and global ambassador for our sport is a tremendous addition to furthering the ITHF’s mission in the tennis world. Alongside Kim Clijsters in her role as Honorary President, Dan and Patrick will serve as a dynamic combination as the ITHF enters a new season of growth," said Dan Swan, Chairman of the ITHF’s Board of Governors in a statement.
Both will start their positions with the Tennis Hall of Fame on May 1st.
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