10 Questions for John McEnroe

He played, raged and sometimes whacked balls at the officials. John McEnroe has a new autobiography, You Cannot Be Serious (Putnam), and talks with TIME's Frank Gibney about how to fix men's tennis, why he has become a better husband and how he sometimes thinks about going into politics. Mayor Mac?

IS THERE A WAY TO MAKE MEN'S TENNIS MORE INTERESTING? WOODEN RACQUETS? I wish that we had never got away from wood in the first place. But I think that something needs to be done about the serve being the major weapon in the sport. It's less subtle than it...

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