Mayotte and Gilbert Weigh in on Roland Garros 1989

I wrote about what might have happened if Thomas Muster had been healthy entering the 1989 French Open. What do I know, though? Tim Mayotte and Brad Gilbert were seeded 7th and 12th at Roland Garros in 1989.  Mayotte lost in the 2nd round while Gilbert ended up withdrawing from the event.  I asked their…

Another Conversation with Tim Mayotte: The Kinetic Chain

This past June I was fortunate enough to have a second interview with Tim Mayotte.  Mayotte is an incredibly nice person with a lot of well-rounded interests.  In that conversation, we discussed multiple things, but when it came to tennis Mayotte explained that the Big 3 in men’s tennis all share certain commonalities in how…

Tim Mayotte Interview Part 1

Winning the 1987 Paris Indoor Tim Mayotte won the silver medal in singles at the 1988 Olympic Games, reached 10 Grand Slam quarterfinal rounds, 2 Grand Slam Semifinal rounds, and won the Bercy.  He claimed 12 singles titles and reached #7 in the world.  He has been kind enough to discuss his career, development in…

Tennis Interviews: Interview with Tim Mayotte Forthcoming!

Dear Readers, I have greatly enjoyed the two tennis interviews I have done in recent months.  If you missed them, check them out here.  I am proud to announce an upcoming interview with Tim Mayotte.  Getting the chance to discuss tennis with a former top 10 player, 1988 silver medalist in singles , 2-time major…