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[tennisbiz2] Re: Code of Behavior

From: Paul Fein <>
Date: Thu 17 Aug 2006 01:40:04 +0000

Hello everyone,

     I am not clear about two purported "straight-forward rules" Lawrence
Jeziak proposes to encourage, educate, inculcate and enforce "proper
behavior" on tennis courts.

     The first is: "no beverages except water." I'm an ice water kinda guy,
especially in non-winter months. But many of my partners and opponents
drink Gatorade or some other form of nutritious or flavored liquid. Should
we have "liquid police" to prohibit non-water drinkers? Is there something
wrong with non-water drinkers and drinking -- other than drinking alcohol
where it's prohibited -- that I am not aware of?

     I also need to be enlightened about why "no more than three balls on any
court that is not a lesson by a club pro" would improve "proper behavior."
Yes, some clubs may not want members to bring a basket or two of balls,
even for a father or mother to teach their very young kids a bit or simply to
get more hits in with them without any teaching. But surely using six balls --
or even nine balls -- causes no harm to anyone. Also, many players believe
(rightly) that six balls enable them to do more hitting of balls and running
during their 60 or 90 minutes -- and less picking up of balls. I know some
teaching pros who advocate that their club and center members always
play with six balls, if they can afford it.

     Where do you stand on these burning issues?

Paul Fein
Tennis Writer/USPTA Teaching Pro


Received on Wed Aug 16 2006 - 23:43:12 CDT

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