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The guy knows how to play. I like his Jared Donaldson approach of sending the Koz packing to So America and have him tough it out on the clay. He took lessons with the same pro I did who taught us to hold our backhand grip with our thumb up the backside of the grip.
Pretty rare in those days. Must have been a serious coach to be able to convince the Donaldson clan to send their son away to Argentina and not Spain, why Argentina?
I used to put my thumb behind the grip too like that which restricts agility of the stroke. Fixed it though upon recommendation of an opponent.
Important move as my backhand is solid now and a good weapon. Good idea by jg to have Kozlov go Rambo style and get down and dirty.
Salzy has some ideas to bounce to Koz too. Everybody does I guess. Good idea Dan, we can co coach and call in Spadea as a consultant if necessary.
Is Reynolds the coach at Vanderbilt now? Kozlov would have benefited from College but South America is the next best thing.
Yes Marcus Ferreira goes to Vandy, but not doing much in Futures. Reynolds is the coach at Auburn now but he attended Vandy. I think with the Koz what I was struck by him when I interviewed him a few years ago in Newport is his defensiveness and stubbornness.
Now I realize you get defensive as a tennis player and stubborn. Fritz Buehning said he did much better as a pro when he ran and no tennis players liked running but they did it.
His father would drop him off, he said sometimes, when they had dinner at the country club and have him run the 1.
So anyway, when I asked the Koz about the criticism of his forehand by Tim Mayotte he totally discarded it.
Maybe he needs to open his eyes and ears more to how he can change his game, but I think I heard the USTA dropped him from their training group so he might not have great coaching.
Good man, great hands. Dan, Callum has to run and do sprints, do spider drills, do duck walks, do squats and lunges. He has to get in the state of mind to love to run like a young cat or dog loves to runs and play.
Not just run in response to when he has to run to the ball. He has to get out in the yard and run around like a cat or dog chasing an imaginary target, love to run, love to show off his running and it will make him quicker on the court and being quicker on the court translates to winning those two or three extra points a set which translates to more match wins.
Bring him to NJ and I will show him all my secrets of how I got so fast and still pretty fast today. Chazz, but rope jumping is bad for the lower joints, the straight up and down hopping on concrete is very bad.
Scoop, I think you have to do it in tandem with running. I think you can get a pretty good routine going that switches between sprints and jogs on the treadmill and rope jumping.
You may be right about the joints. BTW, Fritz was playing incredibly well vs Copil but choked away the first set. Too bad because he was hitting running winners all over the court.
Never seen that movement from Fritz before. I see a lot of core exercise routines, agility, some sprinting but no jump rope. The lat I saw was of Djokovic doing a log roll with his head up to strengthen his core.
He also did an agility balance obstacle course. I think jump rope may have been phased out as old school. Would not be surprised if Fritz read it here and worked on it.
Mayotte is a master coach with a very observant eye for the details and subtleties that make a top player. Yeah, I have watched a lot of Fritz matches in the past couple years and he was getting to shots and hitting winners today that he never would have before.
Copil is playing really well, he beat Cilic in the previous round by a similar score. Chaz- I converse with Copil regularly and he credits that Murray match in DC with giving him enthusiasm and a positive belief.
It will be a fun match today in Basil. Big win for Kozlov. Now plays a Greek kid Chrysochos. I thought the word is that women are equal to men.
Does OCC prove that this equality crusade is a hoax? Not in GSs though. I tweet by Wertheim about OCC today sparked this thought of unequality.
I like it though as it gives the sport some extra drama and insights. It also gives coaches a platform to show their goods. I think in tennis you should be out there on your own.
In a match ie. One reason to oust him. Or is there a rule that OCC must be in English? If so, very unfair. It was not easy, Copil played pretty well, but Fed managed to win his 9th title and career No.
This is a bit off topic but this seems the newest general thread. And this in an era where nothing much seems private. Not a word. That was not how she dealt with sacking Beltz last year.
I wonder how much Scoop finds out, in doing his books, stuff people never talked about when it mattered, and now feel free to let the world know.
I cannot recall ever hearing a coach OCC a player with actual tactics, set ups or a new strategic gameplan other than, Go to her forehand, or go to her backhand.
I think OCC is to give viewers more entertainment value to make up for the monotony of many of the matches were are identical baseline bashfests between two one dimensional players.
Catherine I can say the media gets a bare minimum of the true stories of what really happens in tennis. Just the surface but most happens beneath the surface as we know.
The model works well as the public always is clamoring for more. I do know that in boxing and tennis there are some covered up blockbuster stories that would shock the world if they went public.
But this is the way it is with everything really, the public knows so very little about the truth. Like the saying says: The most hated man in the world is he who tells the truth.
Just a good opportunity to mislead and cover up. Kerber is saying, this is my life, this is how I am, to get all the likes and nice comments on Twitter and IG when you only have to see her on court to know this is a false impression.
The public is pretty gullible and the media are keen to keep their access. So frustration all round. Better wait, as Julie has, until the important people are dead.
We only ever get part of the story in any case. She probably told the truth as she saw it, but other people who were involved would have a different point of view.
Regarding OCC, I dislike it for many reasons, and agree that often it is simply a pep talk. But sometimes the coaches try to give too much in the way of tactics.
Catherine, this is one reason why I enjoy doing the Facing books and I think some people love them, is they show the player from a perspective of their peers and opponents and media.
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