Sean Hannity Vs Usta

Discussion in 'Junior League & Tournament Talk' started by HIGH-TECH TENNIS, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. ga tennis

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    I know hes canadian i was just making an example that no one really knows how a player will turn out.I think our biggest problem is expecting too much too early.
     
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    pssst,,,,,,,,,,,women and the WTA do not count, woops now I have done it. :cry:

    seriously we have many female ITF players in the US much more than any other country, if the spanish players are so great why then they do not have female tennis players the likes of nadal et al? and can you name some male spanish players who are up and coming in their early 20's :confused:
     
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  4. Mitch Bridge

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    I agree. A huge problem we have in the US is the financial means to go into international competition. Our individual professional and ITF players travel to compete against national teams That have full financial support-which includes coaches and trainers. Our budding pros have to be child prodigies or have families that are multi-millionaires to afford to travel globally and compete. You are only going to break through at the Challenger level and that is a global circuit. The help is greatly needed at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Pro level.
     
  5. ga tennis

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    Great post. so true.
     

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