Originally Posted by TCF
I think it has been done be successfully though....if the parent knows enough to give each a role. I am doing it now with my kid. She actually has 3 coaches, one of which is me.
Her one coach is a motivator, love for tennis type of lady. A kid will walk through fire for her. She gets my kid to work hard, become fit, reach balls she would not reach otherwise. Her 2nd coach played the game at a high level. Brilliant at tactics and strategy, something many kid's coaches are lacking. I bring it all together and make sure the fundamentals remain in place even under pressure.
I disagree except of your case
One has to be very careful about crossed signals.
It is a learning process for parents.