Melbourne: Newly appointed Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) chairman and president Brad Drewett Wednesday played down threats of a strike but admitted that there are concerns among many players disillusioned over scheduling and prize money.
The Australian said tennis has never been in better shape but players were frustrated. Drewett said reports of support for strike action were sensational.
"I've read the articles. I think they're quite sensational in lots of ways. I'm obviously not going to go there," Drewett told reporters here at the Australian Open.