John McEnroe reveals who the most well-endowed male tennis pro in the locker room was
John McEnroe has a friendly rivalry with Bjorn Borg in the early 1980s and an intense one with Jimmy Connors for a lot longer.
But no player seemed to get under his skin and rub him the wrong way more than Ivan Lendl, the player who handed McEnroe his most heartbreaking defeat in the finals of the 1984 French Open then beat him again in the finals of the 1985 US Open.
McEnroe, long one of the most sought-after and respected tennis TV analysts, was on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live and was asked who the most well-endowed player was in the locker room during his playing days.
He hated to admit it but McEnroe has always been brutally honest: Lendl.
Lendl was the dominant player from 1985-87 winning three US Opens, three French Opens, and two Australian Opens.