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US Open Musings Day 12


One of the very cool things about being credentialed at the US Open is the people you meet in the Media Center and Media Dining Room. Over the years, I've had the pleasure of being introduced to people like Joel Drucker, Bill Simons, Jon Wertheim, Sandra Harwitt, Ben Rothenberg, Cindy

Mirror Neurons

mirror neurons

This guest post is courtesy of Aleksey Zharinov, creator of the Russian System. Enjoy! There is a reason why watching professionals on TV or YouTube is hugely beneficial for learning how to play tennis at a high level. The answer is mirror neurons. Mirror neurons came to be known relatively recently

Training Like – and WITH! – the Pros with Todd Widom

  To listen to this week's podcast, click on the white arrow below:   Sixteen-year-old Ronnie Hohmann, who won the 2017 Eddie Herr 16s, recently had the unique opportunity to train with several players on the ATP tour. Both Ronnie - and his coach, Todd Widom - learned so much from these training

Doing the Work Right with Harsh Mankad

  Click on the white arrow below to listen to this week's episode:   In order to further junior tennis development, it is crucial that coaches learn about and use the new technologies being developed. One of my favorites in terms of planning and communication is Tenicity. Harsh Mankad, the founder of Tenicity, is