A major concern for the tennis scene in the U.S. is where are the next US Grand Slam champions?
With the input of tennis stars and officials like Andy Roddick, Nick Bollettieri, Patrick McEnroe and other players, CNN’s Open Court explores the question of the what’s keeping the US men from winning titles and what’s to come.
“The biggest thing for me I think is that we have so many sports in this country,” said Roddick whose 2003 US Open title remains the last Slam won by an American man. “I think our best athletes probably get spread out across ten of 12 different sports.
“There are so many different options so I feel it might water down the talent pool for a given sport.”
I did a related poll a few months ago you can check out or weigh in on: Who Will be the Next American to Win Their First Grand Slam?.
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