Stop the Madness 

There is this kid I know who is a talented soccer player. He trains twice per week with his club, two hours at a time. On the weekend, he and his teammates get to the grounds an hour early to … Continue reading

Everything is Amazing and Nobody is Happy

If you have not seen this rant by Louis CK, I recommend you go to YouTube and watch it. If you don’t have time just read on and come back to it later! He talks about how fortunate we are … Continue reading

Assessment at a Young Age Could Save Your Child’s Tennis

This article was prompted by an increasing number of parents over the years contacting me for a truthful assessment of their child’s tennis. It is not so easy to receive the truth for some so I am here to give … Continue reading

Our Kids Need More Opportunities to Play    

This week I saw an article that stated that 32% of college scholarships go to foreign students, when I saw that I can’t hide that anger was my first reaction. How can that be? We have fewer kids playing tennis … Continue reading

The Relevance of College Rankings  

Last month I asked if the Coach matters when deciding where to take your tennis talents. This month I am turning my attention to college rankings, and asking if they should hold any relevance when making a final college decision. … Continue reading