Tennis Talent Is Great, but the Math Says You Have to Win

I have been following one particular tennis player whom I find incredible talented, Dustin Brown. A guy who can beat a top ten player anytime and lose against a top 1000 anytime. For my kids I use this particular player … Continue reading

Why Is Tennis So Hard?

Tennis has to be one of the hardest sports to learn and probably one of the costliest to master. But, what is it that makes it so hard to learn and become a pro when thousands of kids try yet, … Continue reading

In Professional Tennis Tournaments Do You See What I See?

Living in South Florida is a great thing, fabulous weather year round and a Master 1000 tournament and a smaller ATP 250 event. The other night I had the pleasure of taking a few kids to the Delray open in … Continue reading

An Open Letter to USTA! Three Easy Things to Improve American Tennis

An open letter to David A. Haggerty, Chairman of the Board, CEO and President of USTA and other USTA executives. Yesterday, I was returning to Miami from a week long business trip to Asia. Usually, one has plenty of time … Continue reading

Why Does the USTA Expect to Create a Number One Player?

It seems every week we read something about the USTA that is bad or some article published by either the WSJ or the NYT that assures or reaffirms the demise of American tennis. As an avid tennis fan, father of … Continue reading