The other morning as I was checking the ParentingAces Instagram, I noticed a new "follow." When I clicked on the profile and saw this new follower was a 9-year-old child, it made me a bit uncomfortable. Why is a 9-year-old on Instagram and why is he following ParentingAces? As I investigated
To listen to this week's podcast episode, click the white arrow below: http://traffic.libsyn.com/parentingaces/Michelle_Brown.output.mp3 A couple of weeks ago I got an email from a ParentingAces Parent asking if I could do a podcast about the USTA's Red Orange Green Yellow (ROGY) ball progression. I posted my query on the various Facebook groups
Recently, I posed a question on the ParentingAces Facebook Group: Experienced Tennis Parents, what's your best piece of advice for those parents just starting out on their child's Tennis Journey? For those of you NOT on Facebook, here is what some really experienced parents (and coaches) had to say . .
A HUGE thank you to Coach Susan Nardi for sharing this awesome publication on the rules of tennis from the USTA (circa 2008). For those of you with beginning players, please share it with them either by printing out a hard copy to keep in their tennis bag (recommended!) or by
Here is another article written by Andy Brandi for the USTA Player Development website and reprinted here with his permission. Coach Brandi served as a partner of the Harold Solomon Tennis Institute since 2007 before joining the USTA staff in August 2010. From 2001-06, Brandi was Director of Tennis for