Time Lag Between “Knowing” and “Doing”

A long and complex mathematical computation may take several trials to complete. Each trial is a practice run at getting it right. The combination of trial followed by “gestation” can take as much as three days. After three days there … Continue reading

A Letter from a Kid to Tennis Parents

As a de facto coach and tennis parent I always see crazy tennis parents behave in strange matters when their kids play. Yelling, calling balls out, trying to coach, not talking to others etc. Last Sunday, I sat next to … Continue reading

Champions Might Fail from Time to Time, but They Never Quit

Champions might fail from time to time, but they never quit. They simply keep on trying until they get it right. When you are on a mission to achieve something, there will always be the critics, naysayers and those who … Continue reading

How to Recognize Tennis Talent

How to Recognize Tennis Talent I already wrote several posts about tennis talent identification. Here is one more. This article Talent Identification in Tennis was written by Dave Samuels. I hope you will find it interesting and useful. Spotting talented … Continue reading

Factors to Be Considered When Creating a Tennis Talent Identification Program

There is the second part of the article Tennis talent identification and development in tennis Factors to be considered when creating a tennis talent identification program We strongly recommend that all national associations (NA) should have in place a tennis … Continue reading