Patrick McEnroe’s resume stretches from the college game to the pro game and into the coaching and broadcasting arenas. The New York native currently serves as a tennis analyst, play-by-play caller and studio host for ESPN’s tennis telecasts after serving as a CBS Sports commentator between 1996 and 2008. McEnroe’s decade as the 38th US Davis Cup team captain is the longest tenure in history, and the 2007 United States team won the world title under his captaincy. He also coached the 2004 US Olympic team, and served as the USTA manager of player development from 2008-2014, a role that included overseeing two USTA training centers. The former ATP pro won the French Open doubles title in 1989 (w/Jim Grabb), reaching an ATP World Tour doubles career-high of No. 3 in 1993 and playing on three US Davis Cup teams (’93, ’94, ’96). His singles career was highlighted by a semifinal finish at the 1991 Australian Open and a quarterfinal berth at the ’95 US Open. McEnroe was a three-time collegiate singles All-American, leading Stanford to NCAA titles in 1986 and 1988. He was one of six athletes to receive the 2012 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award. McEnroe is married to actress-singer Melissa Errico and they have three daughters.