Hi, I am a moderately athletic horrible tennis player of about two years. I played for about an hour a day at the Embassy or Intercontinental hotel in Kabul for one year and have taken private lessons—a hybrid between a hitting partner and low level coach—in Bangkok where I spend much of my downtime. I recently attended Bolleterri’s Academy for a week and equate to an expensive weekend in Vegas: not very productive but great fun. Perhaps I was such a bad player that I was not able to capitalize on the instruction, but the camp was heavy on hitting balls in quick succession in various drills and little on corrective instruction. I expected to leave the camp with a real serve—not the gorilla hammer that I currently hit and the inevitable baby dink follow up and a lob or a drop shot. Negative. I dropped a few pounds but my game was not technically sounder following the camp. I am thinking about going to the Saddleback Camp next week and wanted to know if it’s more didactic that Mr. Bolletteri’s boot camp. I want to get better in addition to having fun. Thanks.