http://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...education-adult-recreational-players/2069927/ Think of it as a TED-style conference meets tennis camp," says P.J. Simmons, the founder of the upcoming event to be held Oct. 11-14 in Atlanta. A who's who of experts from six continents have signed on, among them former top-10 player Emilio Sanchez, who runs an academy in Spain; Feisal Hassan, co-chair of the USPTA National Education Committee; and Kirk Anderson, director of coach education for the USTA. It also has the backing of major educational organizations such as the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) and the International Tennis Performance Association (iPTA). Sounds like an interesting concept. Anyone on TW going? I wonder how practical or beneficial this type of training would be for your average USTA player. Prices seem kind of steep. Lowest package is $600 for alot of off-court training and 3 hours of on-court training.