Why Did American Tennis Players Lose Their Leadership in the World?

I asked some famous tennis coaches and tennis players that question. There are their thoughts and opinion. There is no one good answer to why American tennis has lost its dominance. My first thought is that everybody is in a hurry … Continue reading

The Madness of Tennis Math

Last month my son was playing a 10 and under tournament at Rick Macci’s academy and I had the pleasure to sit next to a fellow parent who was there watching a grandson play. So, we struck a conversation on … 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

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

The Future of American Tennis and The Role of USTA

We want to share with you our discussion with  Aaron Gross, Head Men’s Tennis Coach at University of Portland. We had a talk about the situation with American tennis and the article “McEnroe’s Successor at U.S.T.A. Needs to Hit the Court Running” in … Continue reading