Was watching TTC last nite (is there anything else on TV worth watching?) and there was this program on Northern CA tennis resorts. One of them features a fromer pro, Peter Burwash, who was ranked as high as #63 on the tour (he says he was never a good player). In his clinic, he teaches that "racquet back early" and "keep your eyes on the ball" are teachings which made no sense even when he was a pro. To illustrate, he had someone feed a ball, and then moved away from it and swung in the wrong direction, completely missing the ball. Then he asks: when did you last see that happen? He teaches "triple vision" - watch the ball, court and opponent (I think) all at the same time, not "keep your eye on the ball". He also says 99% of current pros cannot volley because they have been taught to punch the ball - he says you should "catch it", not punch it. #63 is a ranking most players (and most coaches) will never reach, so there must be something here?