Clipped from Episode#:9 Shaun Boyce & Bobby Schindler
Shaun and Bobby talk to USPTA Certified Tennis Professional Robby Deckert who offers “tennis lessons near me” in Suwanee and North Forsyth county area.
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If you were queen of tennis for whatever range, whatever scale you consider at Lanna, the United States, the world, you were queen of tennis.Speaker:
Is there anything you would change or anything you would do?Speaker:
Yes, and I had the ideal answer last night, which alludes me.Speaker:
One of the things though would be to put a lasso on some of the parents, the tennis parents.Speaker:
They need to inspire the kids without putting the pressure on them to win.Speaker:
I mean, that's one aspect, but basically, the best king of tennis, queen or both.Speaker:
I would have my king by my side.Speaker:
I would, the code, sportsmanship, or people who don't understand the code is what drives tennis.Speaker:
It's above the rule of work.Speaker:
And in our society, and pressures or what, however you want to psychologically analyze it, the code is out.Speaker:
The far choose, sportsmanship among the adults, among the children.Speaker:
And that's something I would really emphasize, whether you're recreational coach or certified tennis professional, to be able to inspire that in players and turn them in directors, whatever you are.Speaker:
Like when I played at the WTA, we had to take lessons, us newbies on the circuit, or how to answer for an interview.Speaker:
Basically, why did you lose? You can't say I played poorly.Speaker:
Yeah, I could say my opponent played well.Speaker:
I was off today, but she made me off.Speaker:
Why? She played well.Speaker:
You know, it's not all about me, me, me.Speaker:
And that's the thing I think I would change is getting that across to the players.