Vice Chairman and Chief Legal & Media Officer
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA
Mark Young previously worked with the law firm of Smith Hulsey and Busey, and as a senior attorney with The Charter Company prior to joining the ATP.
Mark has served as Vice Chairman since May 2015. As Vice Chairman, he oversees the following five key areas of the ATP: tournament relations, management of all ATP media rights & assets, legal counsel, rules & competition, and management of Ponte Vedra Beach office. Mark previously served as the ATP's General Counsel, a role he held since joining the ATP in 1990. In his capacity as ATP General Counsel, Mark has been responsible for negotiating the ATP's major sponsorship deals and television agreements and has pioneered the development of the sport's anti-doping program. Mark was also responsible for the successful defense of the Hamburg litigation in 2008. From January 2006 until his appointment as Vice Chairman, Mark was the ATP's Chief Executive Officer, Americas, overseeing the ATP's operations in North and South America as well as the daily operations of the Ponte Vedra Beach office. Since June 2012, Mark has also served as the ATP’s Chief Media Officer, overseeing the ATP’s interests in the area of broadcast media rights, including television, live streaming, data, live scoring, and other associated rights.