Silva to Depart as ATP's Chief Player Officer
London, United Kingdom
by Press Release|
Andre Silva will leave his position as ATP World Tour Chief Player Officer and Tournament Director of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at the end of this year, the ATP has announced.
Silva has been the ATP's Chief Player Officer since January 2007 and the Tournament Director of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals since June 2012. Prior to that, he spent two years leading the Player Relations Department as its Vice President.
“My family and I are very thankful for everything that the ATP has done for us over the past 13 wonderful years. The ATP has helped me develop and grow as a professional and I will always have great memories of my time here,” said Silva.
“We thank Andre for the many contributions he has made towards the success of the ATP World Tour. He has played an instrumental role in our organisation for more than a decade and he will be missed as a colleague and close friend. We wish him the very best in his next endeavours,” said Mark Young, CEO ATP Americas.
Silva started his career at the ATP as a Tour Manager in 2000.