One of my friends has a new coach, let's call him 'George', who has forbidden him from watching any WTA matches. Is this fair?! He says he doesn't want my friend to pick up any bad habits: complaining, negativity, bad body language, choking or ball bashing. Coach George is big on being stoic and having a show-no-emotions mentality to tennis and wants my friend to develop a more consistent style of tennis. He has him watching Gilles Simon, Ferrer, Murray and Novak matches to focus on grinding and defense and has asked my friend to have Simon and Ferrer as role models. He wants high % tennis and good movement at the baseline. My friend is a big WTA fan. He goes to tournaments and knows all the player names and stats. He really misses watching on TV or streaming on his computer. Key focus during matchplay and point-play practice with the new coach is to not make any mistakes, no unforced errors allowed. I rallied with the coach for a bit and he gave me a smirk when one of my down the line shots went long, he turned around and said "i don't hit balls 'out'". I hit the next winner down the line, but it was as if it didn't matter... I have to admit my friend has become a lot tougher to play against. A lot more pressure playing him as he seems to get to nearly every ball, if not get it back. Fewer free points as well. He misses the girls though... What should my friend do?