October 9, 2012

Stages of a Match: Understanding How a Match Progresses

Understanding how a match progresses and adapting to events is crucial to being a consistent winner. The following gives guidelines on how to approach the match […]
August 16, 2012

The Third Set Tiebreak, by Chuck Kriese

View from the Chair Not So Super: The Third-Set Tie-Breaker by Chuck Kriese, 10 August 2012 At junior tournaments throughout the country, it has become common […]
January 24, 2011

The Aggressive Margin

Two key statistics that are required to fully understand match outcomes: the Forced Errors/Winners and Unforced Errors. Let’s review what they are and why they are […]
May 11, 2010

Character – The Foundation of Excellence

On a regular basis, athletes are required to study, practice, compete, and train with great effort and concentration to fulfill their potential. Rarely do we take […]
February 5, 2010

HOW TO PERFORM YOUR BEST WHEN IT COUNTS

The best athletes in the world can raise their game when the stakes are highest. As competitors, we romanticize and yearn for the opportunity to play […]