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European-Style Jr Tourney Comes to US with Kriek Cup

  Listen to this week's podcast here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Johan_Kriek_podcast.output.mp3 Two-time Australian Open Champion, Johan Kriek, has been working hard for the past several years to change how we train junior tennis players here in the US. Last year, he moved his academy from Charlotte, NC down to the PGA National Resort & Spa in

The Sol Schwartz #SaveCollegeTennis All-In Tournament

Listen to this week's podcast here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/theSol_Podcast_.output.mp3 My dear friend, Sol Schwartz, passed away suddenly in March 2016, and a group of us decided to honor his legacy and try to continue his life's work by creating a very special junior tennis tournament. The inaugural tournament was held in Sol's hometown of

John Falbo Pt. 8 Parents’ Responsibility to Build Competitive Athletes

Listen to our podcast with John Falbo here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/John_Falbo_Pt_8.output.mp3 Should we parents push our kids to be fiercely competitive? Or should we protect them from the knockouts? In Part 8 of our conversation, John Falbo is of the opinion that not only should we push our kids to be competitive but it is

Tennis Parents: You Gotta Get This App!

Listen to our podcast here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Heath__Lindsay_Lee_Waters_podcast.o.mp3 Like most of us Tennis Parents, Lindsay Lee Waters (who also happens to be a touring pro) found herself spending an inordinate amount of time dealing with her son's junior tournament scheduling. Between searching for tournaments on TennisLink, UTR, and other sites then choosing which tournaments

Getting your body in peak shape for college with Dave Mullins

http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Dave_Mullins_podcast.output.mp3 Dave Mullins comes from an extensive tennis background, both as a player and as a coach. He is originally from Dublin, Ireland, and came to the US to play college tennis. He wound up in the world of college coaching, having a stellar career at the University of Oklahoma as

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