"Although thinking about it further its been alot of years since I did juniors, 30's here, I recall now friends who played complaining about junior antics. I had a tendency at that time to tune stuff out other than ball and score.
Also I did…"
"Johnny Mac also with Connors went through juniors and one wouldn't say they grew accustom to dealing with petty antics or games, such things seemed to frustrate them more.
Prob cause such things are a waste of time.
Although Evert and Borg, Fed…"
"I actually played tennis as a junior, then went pro and played in various sectional open circuits for a few years. I didn't experience much issues with jr's in the comments you mentioned.
In overall scheme its usually the club hackers that…"
"If a baseliner is more consistent than you from the baseline then get them out of their comfort zone.
So get them to the mid court or net part the tennis court.
If you can't beat them at the baseline then you need to get them off of the…"
"Well consistency comes from learning proper stroke techniques. The most consistent pros like Evert and Borg had very consistent shots that didn't break down, so learning proper foundation of groundies is key.
Learn the correct foundation…"
"Strong baseliners are usually solid off of both ground stroke sides. Take at the highest level, Steffi Graf, people would say play her backhand, yet her slice was very consistent and she made fewer errors on the backhand than forehand.
So playing a…"
"While we are on this subject another issue that actually I find more offensive and I have had it happen a few times, during tourneys after the points are over most etiquette is to hit or throw the tennis balls to the person serving.
On just a few…"
"Get over it. Its a sport and getting hit in sports is part of the game. Its not like they hit or punched you with fist or racquet, its a tennis ball.
I've been hit many times in tennis and didn't take it personally.
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