WTA Tour's chief executive will leave post
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- Lindsay Davenport is glad to see Kevin Wulff leave his post as the WTA Tour's chief executive.
Nothing personal but, she says, "We definitely don't want somebody in the job that doesn't love it and doesn't have their heart in it."
Wulff, a former Nike executive who has been with the WTA for just over a year, has announced he's leaving in March to join Adidas.
Wulff replaced Bart McGuire, who spent three years in the post.
"It just seems we cannot get the right person for that job," Davenport said.
"Whether it takes five more people or two more people, it's imperative that we get a leader in there who really believes in us and believes where we can go."