First time to post in the junior forum, so forgive me if this has been discussed in the past. I've got a 16 year old son who is a solid, but not great open junior tournament player. He only started at 14, so his game is still developing. I'm a former college player who still plays well, having held a top 25 national senior ranking within the past couple of years. Getting started I just worked with me son all the time, basically having daily workouts with a mix of stroke training, and point play. Our club limits court time to 1.5 hrs, so we go hard and heavy for that time, hardly taking breaks. Unfortuantely I've got the old school "classic" game with somewhat flat strokes, lots of slice backhands, etc. Of course all the juniors in tournaments have the Nadal game hitting monster topspin, so my son is not ready to handle the extra spin. I've made efforts to find other good junior players for my son to practice with, but they all just train at an area academy. My son has just started working a couple of sessions per week after school with them, which is great. Problem is it seems the academy might be an all or nothing option for the summer, 6 or 7 hrs per day, 5 days per week. Son also plays high school basketball and has had a couple of overuse / stress related joint injuries already, so don't think he would have the interest to train that hard, beside my concerns for working that hard. There are limited adults available at the club we practice at that can give him a match. Just frustrating, I was a pro long ago and taught kids a lesson or two per week, and the rest of the time they were on the courts practing with their buddies. Times seem to have really changed. Anyone dealing with this issue, and have any suggestions?