Clipped from Episode#:47 Shaun Boyce & Bobby Schindler
In this episode we talked to David Stolle and Stewart Russell of UTA who has been a staple of metro Atlanta tennis for over 25 years. UTA manages multiple locations throughout metro Atlanta, has a history of helping the city of Atlanta with the city facilities as well as helping private clubs grow and improve. David and Stewart walk us through a bit out the college recruiting process but more importantly we learn more about what is necessary to prepare your young player for the recruiting process.
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I think we should have some tournaments during the course of the year where when the kidsSpeaker:
sign in, the parents also get to randomly select another player in the draw and they haveSpeaker:
to go watch that player play as opposed they're watching their own child play.Speaker:
And I think by the end of it then parents are going to be less stressed because they'reSpeaker:
going to get to watch somebody else play and hopefully enjoy the sport of tennis.Speaker:
Their child is going to be able to tell the parent at the end of the day how their matchSpeaker:
went and then they can be happy for the rest of the day.