A changing of the guard with our Davis Cup team is completeRoddick will not play Davis Cup Jan 28, 2003
He's very disappointed, but it's something he needs to take care of now, or it could be an ongoing problem for a long timeRoddick will not play Davis Cup Jan 28, 2003
We've got a tough match on our hands no matter what, if Goran plays or notRoddick will not play Davis Cup Jan 28, 2003
I think the guys will have learned a lot from yesterdayU.S. win doubles to stay alive Sep 21, 2002
Andy has been a stalwart for this team the past nine years and his dedication to Davis Cup and his teammates is unquestionedRoddick out for this week's Davis Cup Jul 06, 2009
Patrick John McEnroe (born July 1, 1966) also known as "P-Mac", is a former professional tennis player and the former Captain of the United States Davis Cup team.
Born in Manhasset, New York, he is the younger brother of tennis legend John McEnroe. He won 16 professional titles including the 1989 French Open men's doubles.
As a junior player, McEnroe partnered Luke Jensen to win the French Junior doubles and the USTA Boys' 18 National and Clay Court titles in 1984. He also made his first impact on the professional tour that year, teaming up with brother John to win the doubles title at Richmond, Virginia. He won the men's doubles gold medal at the 1987 Pan American Games with Jensen, and helped Stanford University win the NCAA team championship in 1986 and 1988. While at Stanford, he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. McEnroe graduated from Stanford in 1988 with a degree in political science, and then joined the professional tennis tour.