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I hope you enjoy delving a little bit deeper into the world of Junior and College Tennis with me. My goal in producing these podcasts is to help all of us do a better job as parents and coaches. I am very grateful to my guests and my listeners - I learn so much from each one!

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Oct 29, 2019

Welcome to Season 8 Episode 45 of the ParentingAces Podcast! In this week's show, I chat with Matt Manasse, former Purdue standout and current Tennis Coach.

Matt has a unique perspective on the role of the Player, Parent, and Coach. Having now coached at the college, professional, and junior levels, Matt shares his...

Oct 22, 2019

Carlos Silva joined World TeamTennis (WTT) as CEO in Jan of 2019 to lead the organization forward.  He led expansion team efforts in Las Vegas and Orlando.  He also led the efforts to partner with CBS Sports and ESPN to broadcast the WTT in 2019.   

A veteran media and digital executive, Silva has built and...

Oct 15, 2019

Welcome to Season 8, Episode 43 of the ParentingAces Podcast! This week's guest is Jack Newman, founder of the Austin Tennis Academy in Austin, Texas.

Not only is the ATA turning out excellent tennis players, but it is also turning out excellent Human Beings. The academy was founded with the idea of using tennis to...

Oct 8, 2019

Welcome to Season 8, Episode 42 of the ParentingAces Podcast! This week I chat with Dave Mullins about his recent Masters Thesis research around which players improve as tennis players during college and what specific qualities they possess. I will likely be driving across the US as you listen to this week's...

Oct 1, 2019

Welcome to Season 8, Episode 41 of the ParentingAces Podcast! In this week's show, I chat with Bella Heidenreich, a former Division I college tennis player who experienced a career-ending injury during her first semester at James Madison University.

Note: There are a few 4-letter words in this week's episode which I...