Posts tagged listening meetings
Given that it seems to be crunch time with the last-minute scheduling of the first two “listening” meetings, I have spent countless hours over the past few days going over the proposed changes to the 2014 junior competition schedule, talking to very experienced people about them, and trying to understand the “why” behind them. I have come to the conclusion that, tennis-wise, there is nothing in the proposal that helps our kids and plenty that has the potential to hurt them. So, I am choosing More >
I am working on compiling a list of speaking points that we can all use when attending the USTA listening meetings. As you know, the next meeting is this Saturday, November 24th, in Rocky Hill, CT – for those of you in the area, please try to make it and, if you’re so inclined, give the rest of us a de-briefing afterward.
What I am hearing from USTA is that we need to present clear, detailed alternatives to the proposed junior competition changes. These meetings were created as an opportunity More >