The “Crazy” Tennis Parents

To become a high-level collegiate tennis player or professional, many times there are tough parents or “crazy” tennis parents as some would say, involved in the process. I believe in tough love, which does not mean that you beat down … Continue reading

Is Tennis Teaching Turning into Golf? Too Technical?

For some of you who follow me on social media, you know I have a passion for golf as well as tennis. I grew up playing golf with my father at six years old and have continued to play for … Continue reading

Has your Child Been Bucket or Hand Fed Too Many Balls?

Do I use hand or bucket feeding for my junior players? Absolutely. Is it the basis of the training I do with them? Absolutely not. I use it to work on specific things, but the true test to know if … Continue reading

Recap of the Boys 16’s and 18’s Super National Clay Courts Played Throughout Boca Raton and Delray Beach

I truly enjoyed my time going around to the best clubs in Boca Raton and Delray Beach watching some of my students compete in one of the most prestigious events that is played in my own backyard. It brought back … Continue reading

Has Your Child Outgrown Their Current Training Environment?

A catastrophic mistake parents and junior tennis players make is that when they become the best player at their academy or current training arena, they feel like they have outgrown that environment. This is where the problems begin. First, you … Continue reading