Mac rudely jerked his chin in her direction, a gesture that translated to: "Get that friggin' ball." And in front of 20,000 spectators at Madison Square Garden, my sister did an amazing thing. Nothing.
"The powers that be in tennis have made little effort to give this, perhaps, what it deserves," said McEnroe. "It would be beneficial to all to give this a real chance, and I don't think it's being given that chance."
You have to hand it to New York, when it's "feeling it," it sure knows how to throw a party. Fashion Week is all about pomp and circumstance and while all that glitz is great, there's an old saying in retail -- nothing happens until you get a sale.
McEnroe's Academy will be different than most sports-specific schools. He is looking to draw from well-rounded young people in the Tri-state area, who will go to school regularly and then come and train.