It’s been a shameful few weeks for British tennis.Since the Davis Cup defeat by Lithuania, barely a day has passed without one media outlet or another revealing a new twist in the story.First, it was the ritual analysis of the work of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).Before long, John Lloyd resigned from the worst job in tennis, and began to cast his vitriol in assorted directions.Eventually, attention turned to Roger Draper, the chief executive of the LTA since 2006, who has commissioned an internal review following the Lithuania tie.Draper himself also had some explaining to do to a group of MPs and peers chaired by Baroness Billingham. He was been summoned to explain how the LTA spends the 27 million of public funding it receives from Sport England for grass-roots projects.But never...

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