Ya or Nay!!!

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  1. Frodo Baggins

    Frodo Baggins Semi-Pro

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    What do you think of on court coaching? in the future? Would it help the players or hinder them? What do you think of this!!!
     
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  2. migjam

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    Depending on the player, I think that it would definatley help. However, allowing for on court coaching would mean that every player travel with a coach which may or may not be fair to those lower ranked players that may not be able to afford a coach.
     
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  3. BabolatFan

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    No I don't think it's gonna fun to watch unless it's some group tennis thing like world team tennis. It's an individual sport and players should be self-dependent during a match.
     
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  4. katastrof

    katastrof Rookie

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    Nay!
     
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  5. Frodo Baggins

    Frodo Baggins Semi-Pro

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    As for me.I think it would Hinder the players Not help them>Imagin this If I was say Ferrero..An My coach was there beside me giving me instructions on how to beat this player an win the match. yak yak yakkty.. I would lose my concertration An Say SHUT UP WOULD YA Your making me lose my concentration. Then I would slug him if my coach kept on:mad: ;) So to me it would only hinder my game. (And is it true? They do have This kind of coaching at Davis cups?? And since when did it happin?:)
     
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  6. Turning Pro

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    **** naw.
     
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  7. Max G.

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    Nay.

    Players should think for themselves on court.
     
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