I have a 13 year old younger brother who is just starting in competitive junior tennis. He is a pretty decent player for his age (he can beat most of the older 3.5 guys at my club) but hasn't played many junior tournaments yet. His game is unusual in the sense that his best shots are his BH and volleys. His 2hbh is very technically sound and by far his best shot. He can do almost anything with it. Lasers DTL, angles, half-volleys, heavy crosscourts etc. His signature shot is taking a high ball off the BH, doing a jumping hitch-kick, and pulling a hard crosscourt angle for a winner. His volleys are not as technically sound as the BH, but he has good enough feel to make them above average. His serve is pretty average for his age and the FH and movement are quite poor. The FH is often late and prone to mishits. And his movement is compromised by the fact that he is tall but not muscular, which kills his footspeed and first step. I've been giving him some tips lately on how to improve his game. The main thing I tell him is to use his strengths and try to hide his weaknesses. I tell him to take the ball as early as possible to hide his poor mobility and to try to hit his BH as much as possible (he sometimes even runs around the FH). As soon as he can take the BH DTL I tell h to try to rush the net and finish. What do you think of my advice? Feel free to give your own tips on strategy and how to help him with the transition to competitive junior tennis.