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Old 01-07-2014, 11:11 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by nytennis-74 View Post
It is interesting that people writing posts are saying to go for best possible / but people voting are saying to go with second best (but still good) and spend more time.
When you say "best possible". Do you mean the better player or better coach/teacher?

It's pretty common knowledge in the tennis world that a REALLY good player does not always equal a REALLY good coach/teacher.

Ask other people in your club who they prefer. Ask members what each of the coaches strong points are. Maybe you are looking to improve your mental game or your shot selection. Or maybe you are looking to work on your backhand and serve.

Go with the club pro that best suits your needs. Don't worry about their playing level.

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