Posts tagged High-Tech Tennis
The information below was provided by a Fellow Tennis Parent and is the first in a 2-part series (click here for Part 2) on recording your child’s tennis matches. There are businesses such as our friends at High-Tech Tennis that will record your child’s tournament matches for you, but for those times when you’re on your own, I hope this information will prove useful.
Below are step-by-step instructions for building your own fence-mount for videotaping More >
It’s been a crazy week in the world of junior tennis! In case you’re feeling as overwhelmed as I am, I thought I’d summarize what’s going on and my recommended action items.
- USTA has adopted changes to its Junior Competition calendar that will become effective in 2014. If you haven’t yet seen it, the new 2014 tournament calendar is here. Some interested parties who feel that the changes should, at the very least, be delayed for further study, have created an online petition and are seeking More >
The following is an email that I received this morning from Robert Sasseville who runs several junior tournaments in the Southern Section. Please take the appropriate action and feel free to pass along to others who want to be informed. Thank you!
It was great having you in Rome for the GA Jr. Open. I hope you had an enjoyable time.
With 650 players, 7 sites, and 4 days to play it, we didn’t get much of a chance to chat. If we had, I’m sure the 2014 National Tournament Schedule would have More >
Patrick McEnroe (General Manager of Player Development) – along with both Lew Brewer (Director of Junior Competition) and Kent Kinnear (Director of Player ID & Development) – has been at both the Boys and Girls 12-and-Under National Hardcourt tournaments this week holding Q&A sessions with parents and coaches. The main purpose of these sessions was to discuss the 2014 changes coming to the national junior competition schedule. Click here to listen to the session held in Atlanta recorded by More >