Maybe only former pros like Gilbert, Roche, Annacone, Cahill, Lungren, etc get respect as coaches. But what are we to make of Rafael Nadal's "Uncle Tony" and what he may have done to help develop his nephew? Raffa gets all the credit -- which may certainly be justified -- for the otherworldly improvement on grass. Think about it. Only 16 matches EVER on grass before this year's Wimbledon. And this clay-court genius makes the finals! If Nadal was coached by (pick a name) Pancho Segura, I'd bet Pancho'd be basking in the praise for the marvelous work he was doing with this young talent. So consider this with an open mind: in terms of motivation, preparation, even tactical and strategic coaching, why isn't Uncle Tony getting any love or respect?