Brad Drewett

Residence: Sydney, Australia

Profile: Brad Drewett is a former top 40 singles and top 20 doubles player. In addition to his work with the ATP, Brad has established and managed successful businesses in Australia, including developing and managing tennis centres and launching a tennis court manufacturing and construction company. Brad has also served as a commentator for Channel 9 in Australia.

ATP Involvement: Brad has served as the ATP's Chief Executive Officer for the International Group since January 2006 and oversees the ATP's operations in the Middle East, Asia and Pacific regions. Prior to that, Brad led the region as Managing Director from 2003 to 2005 and was Executive Vice President from 1999 to 2003. He has previously served as an elected ATP Player Council representative and from 1993 until 1999, as an elected ATP Player Board Representative. Since 2001, Brad has been the Tournament Director of the ATP World Tour's season-ending event, the Tennis Masters Cup and will maintain that role as the tournament moves to London and becomes the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in 2009. As well as overseeing the event when held in Sydney and Houston, Brad negotiated a multi-year deal with the Shanghai Administration of Sport and Shanghai Ba-shi Industrial Company to stage the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai from 2005 to 2008. He is based in the ATP's Sydney office.