Judy Murray says it is “completely wrong” there are so few women in senior leadership roles at the Lawn Tennis Association.
Britain’s former Fed Cup captain believes there must be more women at the top of the national governing body if female involvement in tennis in the UK is to grow.
“There probably haven’t been anywhere near enough opportunities for women to develop: not just in coaching roles, but throughout the entire organisation,” Murray told BBC Sport.
“If you look at our leadership team at the moment within the LTA [eight people on the executive team plus head coaches Leon Smith and Jeremy Bates] – there is only one woman, and that’s the lady who runs the Human Resources department.
“So in that very important team – the decision-making team – there is no female tennis voice and to me that is completely wrong: something that really needs to be addressed. We need a much better balance.”[…]