Sean Hannity Responds to Patrick McEnroe

Written by: Hannity.com

“A few weeks ago, Sean wrote an open letter to the US Tennis Association, describing a destructive bureaucratic/political force within the USTA that, frankly, is in the process of hurting junior tennis and, consequently, the future of American tennis. You can find Sean’s original post here.

After Sean’s letter was posted on Hannity.com, Patrick McEnroe responded publicly on the USTA website.

Within the statement was a 17-page “point by point” response from Timothy Russell, the Chair of the USTA’s National Junior Competition Committee critiquing Sean’s complaint.” [hannity.com]

To read Sean Hannity’s response to Patrick McEnroe, please click here.

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