Bill Patton con How to End Cheating in Junior Tennis: 21 Ways to Eat the Elephant (English Edition)
You know the pain and frustration of losing or seeing a player lose when the other player did not play fairly? It can lead to anger! The author has certainly been very angry about cheating in tennis! This book gives solutions to the larger problem to create greater understanding about cheating in tennis.With this guide you can be sure to have an impact on the future health of the game.
How are mistakes made and how are they interpreted? How have some been trained or allowed to call the ball poorly? Why are a small fraction of bad calls criminal in intent? How can players, parents and coaches address these issues and find gentle, positive and proactive responses to manage this problem? "I want to empower players to make their match as fair as possible, give those who make bad calls a chance to come to grips with that, and provide resources for parents and coaches to help teach great sportsmanship for the health of our great sport of tennis", states author Bill Patton.
Part of the inspiration of this work is the collaboration of the USTA, USPTA, PTR who were brought together by the Tennis Industry Association at the Tennis Summit in March of 2015. All three organizations agreed that this problem must be addressed in order provide a brighter future in the sport for many great children who play it.
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