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April 2014

Letters

Dropping the Ball? I noticed the blurb in Industry News in the November/December issue about the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation doubling the cost of seasonal permits. I have always been shocked by how little attention... (Click here to read more...)

March 2014

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Redone Magazine is ‘A Winner’ Great job with the new Tennis Industry! I was always a big fan of the original Tennis Industry. The new publication is well laid out and very informative. Also, the ADDvantage section will be... (Click here to read more...)

September 2013

Letters

Tennis Role Models Thank you for the article “Pros and Coaches as Role Models” by Bruce Knittle in the August issue (Your Serve). In a sport that is bound by etiquette, tennis needs to maintain this type of philosophy,... (Click here to read more...)

August 2013

Letters

Grand Slams Are ‘Star-Struck’ I fully agree with Peter Francesconi's “Our Serve” column in the June issue regarding "A Tennis Balancing Act." I, too, fear that the scale is tipping too far in the direction of prize money for... (Click here to read more...)

May 2013

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10U Mandate ‘The Right Thing to Do’ I thought your “Our Serve” editorial on 10 and Under Tennis (“Take a Second Look at 10U Tennis”) in the April issue was right on, well-stated and needed! Change is always difficult,... (Click here to read more...)

February 2013

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Questions Wisdom of Single Teaching Group I enjoy reading RSI. It fills a real void in providing inside industry information. But I don’t agree with the thoughts expressed in Peter Francesconi’s “Our Serve” column in the Nov./Dec. issue about... (Click here to read more...)

September 2012

Letters

More on a ‘Restring Campaign’ After reading the letters in the August edition of RSI about a “restringing campaign” I do have one thing that I think needs to be mentioned. Television announcers do a disservice when discussing polyester... (Click here to read more...)

August 2012

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Readers Weigh In on the Need For a Restringing Campaign Thank you for the “Our Serve” in the July issue about an industry-wide “restringing campaign.” One of the first things I learned when I became a certified stringer was... (Click here to read more...)

June 2012

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Let Them Play I must strongly disagree with Angela Buxton’s Your Serve in the April issue (“Too Much of a Good Thing?”). I believe today’s pro tennis players are very aware of the fitness level required to compete in... (Click here to read more...)

August 2011

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USPTA article; Support our troops through tennis (Click here to read more...)

July 2011

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Derek Ameel and Peggy Edwards (Click here to read more...)

April 2011

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The Beauty of Tennis I really enjoyed Jeff Lewis’s Your Serve (“Club Tennis at Its Finest”) in the February issue. It reminded me of playing with a general manager of a nuclear facility that provided reactors for U.S. Navy... (Click here to read more...)

September 2010

Letters

Pro Tennis Helps Grow Community Tennis As the general manager of the Family Circle Cup held in the spring, I read with great interest Richard Pagliaro’s article in the August issue regarding professional tennis and its effect on community tennis.... (Click here to read more...)

August 2010

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String Playtests Make Job Easier I’d like to tell you how the String Playtest has helped improve my customers’ game. The column helps me to delineate to them data on the new strings and how they react from actual use.... (Click here to read more...)

July 2010

Letters

One Teaching Pro Group or Two? Great job on the “Teaching Assistance” article in the June RSI. It was very well written and brought to light all of the opinions, facts and views of both organizations and industry leaders. You... (Click here to read more...)

January 2010

Letters

Thoughts on the Foot Fault (Click here to read more...)

November 2009

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Mixed reaction to ‘Technology Smokescreen’ (Click here to read more...)

September 2009

Letters

Questioning Tennis Sponsor Ads I just finished reading Pat Hanssen’s “Your Serve” article, “A Suitable Tennis Partner,” in the August issue, regarding inappropriate TV commercials. I couldn’t agree more. My children are grown, but I still cringe when ads like... (Click here to read more...)

 

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