Association of Tennis Professionals chief Brad Drewett passes away

Brad Drewett was suffering from motor neurone disease - an incurable disease.

updated: May 04, 2013 08:48 IST
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Paris: Australia's Brad Drewett, the president of the ATP, died on Friday at the age of 54 following a battle against motor neurone disease, the governing body of men's tennis announced.

"The ATP is deeply saddened to announce that Brad Drewett passed away at his home in Sydney, Australia, earlier today," said an ATP statement.

"Brad, who served as ATP executive chairman and president since January 2012, had been suffering from motor neurone disease.

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