Ross Hutchins is a former top 30 doubles player and the Chief Tour Officer at the ATP.
He comes from a strong British tennis stock, as the son of Paul Hutchins, former GB Davis Cup captain and British tennis great.
Ross won 5 ATP doubles titles during his pro career, reaching 13 ATP Tour doubles finals, and representing Great Britain several times in the Davis Cup.
He was ranked 28 in the world in doubles in 2012 when he made the shock announcement that he´d been diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma. He made a full recovery before returning to pro tennis for a short time in 2014.
After retiring from the game, Ross served as Tournament Director for the Aegon Championships at The Queen´s Club, before moving to work at the ATP.
In today´s episode Ross talks to Control the Controllables about his junior and pro career, how Andy Murray supported him through his battle with cancer, his work at the ATP and more!
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