Roger Draper to step down from LTA chief executive role
Roger Draper is to step down from his post as chief executive of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) in September.
In his seven years in the role, Draper oversaw a period where Andy Murray, Laura Robson and Heather Watson all enjoyed success.
But he did receive criticism for his performance from the All-Party Tennis Group in light of his £640,000 salary
"Tennis is entering an exciting phase and now is the time to hand over the baton to a new leader," Draper said.
"Someone who can build on what has been achieved in recent years, and take British tennis to new levels."
Former British number one Mark Petchey has already stated he would be willing to replace Roger Draper and work for a reduced salary.
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