Acting president of Tennis Jamaica Aswad Morgan wants a major change in the association for 2018. Morgan took charge after former president John Bailey resigned in December. While admitting that there are many weaknesses to address, Morgan believes local tennis will improve gradually.
“We want to change the mindset on how we operate; we are adding new people to our team and people who are obviously committed to the sport and want to either give back or just give a lending hand, so I’m confident that we’ll continue to grow as a sport,” said Morgan. Morgan hopes to install a national tennis director to ease the pressure on the board.