Over the course of his 35-year writing career, Oakland-based Joel Drucker’s work has appeared in a variety of media outlets.
Drucker has written most extensively about tennis and is one of the world’s leading tennis writers. In August 2016, he was named a historian-at-large by the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Drucker’s tennis work spans the worlds of professional and recreational tennis – history, news, player profiles, psychology, instruction, travel, humor and participatory experiences. On the court, he has been berated by John McEnroe, hit with a ball by Jimmy Connors and beaten left-handed by Andy Roddick.