I received the following press release earlier today and wanted to share it with y'all - take a peek and share your thoughts in the Comments box below: New website helps junior tennis players find matches, easing challenges for parents. Helps juniors become more competitive too. Finding competitive matches for junior tennis
Before this past weekend's local tournament even started, my son told me that I wasn't "allowed" to post any pictures or status updates on Facebook about it. I asked him why. He told me, "Because it's just a Georgia Level 4, Mom. It's no big deal." I, of course, respected
My childhood coach told me, "Keep your eye on the ball" more times than I can remember. Peter analyzes that directive in a very interesting way below - enjoy!
There is a lot of complaining going on in the Tennis World - from players, from coaches, from parents, from tournament directors, from journalists - I hear it all the time! And blame - WOW! - every organization is getting blamed for the demise of American tennis, from USTA to
Day 1 of Qualies, ITF Tournament 1, Waco, Texas Coach Julius (via text message to me): Game on! Me: What's that mean???? Coach: He just started. Me: Ah, thanks! Keep me posted! Coach: Very rough start. Nerves. Lots of unforced errors. 0-4. Me: Uh oh Coach: 0-6. Playing scared. Poor shot selection and too many short balls