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
My son just spent the past 5 days in Athens, Georgia, at UGA's tennis camp as he has done each of the last 7 years. It is typically the highlight of his summer. The boys stay in the dorms, order late-night takeout, and spend literally all day on the tennis
School isn't the only place - the Junior Tennis World will give you time off for bad behavior, too! And, yes, I do speak from personal experience. I haven't really addressed the whole area of conduct and suspension points on ParentingAces yet, so I figure now is as good a time
Today's Q&A is with Jerry Hendrick. For more than 20 years, Jerry has been a college professor, college tennis coach, and father. He has three children and all of them have grown up on the court. As a result of a family health crisis, Jerry is now also an author