Tennis Parents & Coaches: Please Read!

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

K12 and NCAA

A ParentingAces reader messaged me this morning to tell me that K12's online schools have recently been put on "Extended Review" by the NCAA.  She went on to say, "It's throwing quite a lot of us parents into a panic! So many tennis players, athletes, actors, musicians, etc. use the

Dreams vs. Goals

"A dream becomes a goal when action is taken toward achieving it" - Anonymous My son started his sophomore year of high school today.  For me, it's been a day of reflection because I'm realizing how quickly these next three years are going to go by and how soon my son's

What’s Really Going On?

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

Another Milestone

I know I blogged last week (or was it the week before???) about my son getting his driver's license.  Well, this past weekend, he actually drove himself to a local tournament - no mom, no dad, no coach, no backup. Yes, I was a bit nervous letting him get himself to

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