Originally Posted by TennisCoachFLA
He NEVER advocated cheating. He advocates being prepared, scouting, knowing when to use certain shots, which games mean the most in the course of a match, when to slow things down a tad within the rules to get some rest.....he teaches players to use their brains a little.
He does not advocate cheating in the book but in juniors he was a notorious cheater. It was so bad that after he hooked a kid on the last point and reported the scores the tournament referee made him go back to the court and replay the point. That is a major rep as a cheater.