Improving the Feedback Loop

Improving the Feedback Loop One of the many reasons I was drawn to college tennis coaching was because of the incredible feedback loop it provides between the coach and player. As college coaches, we get to witness a very high … Continue reading

How Tennis Parents Undermine their Child’s Progress

Student N in April 18 has an RPI of 410 and was making very good progress monthly. She will clearly get to RPI 70 before graduation next year. Before the USTA Level 4 in May she gets into a conflict … Continue reading

Telling a College Tennis Coach No Is Almost As Good As Yes

“That Coach Mullins is so nice. He seems like a really good coach and he has been great to me throughout the recruiting process. He came and watched me play in Memphis, San Diego, Indianapolis and even did a home … Continue reading

Does Your Kid Go to College to Get the Best Possible Education, or to Play Tennis?

Does Your Kid Go to College to Get the Best Possible Education, or to Play Tennis? From time to time readers of the blog asking advice about finding a right college for a tennis player. When those requests come from … Continue reading

Myths and True about College Tennis Recruiting

Myths and True about College Tennis Recruiting This article “College Tennis Spotlight: The Five Myths of College Recruiting” for New York Tennis Magazine was written by Eric Rebhuhn, Men’s Head Tennis Coach, St. John’s University. It is always useful to … Continue reading