The Business Case for USTA to Keep the Game from Dying

Over the past few years I had experienced junior tennis in the Florida section with great enthusiasm. As the year progress in this wonderful sport and as we see fewer players that once played with us. I started to look … 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

How to Help the Best NCAA Tennis Players Go to Professional Level

I received the following opinion from the former NCAA and now ATP tennis player Will Boe. Let’s read and discuss it. How to Help the Best NCAA Tennis Players Go to Professional Level I’m currently ranked around 1000 in the … Continue reading

How to Get American Tennis Back to the Top

How to Get American Tennis Back to the Top There is an another article from Robert Lansdorp. He provides his point regarding a reorganization of the existing system of development  of strong tennis players in the US. Dear Patrick McEnroe.  … Continue reading

Men’s Tennis Ranking of Countries

Men’s Tennis Ranking of Countries I like statistics. Often it explains something better than thousands words. I analyzed ATP top 100 singles (August, 5) and made countries’ ranking for men tennis. Methodology is very simple: position 1 gives 99 points…position … Continue reading