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Tonight we have a very special guest with Jerry Baskin coming on the show. As humble as they come Jerry Baskin has been coaching tennis in the Atlanta area for close to 40 years. During this time period Jerry has been able to help numerous junior tennis players achieve a level of excellence unparalleled in the Southern Section of the USTA and perhaps even on a National level. Read more…
On this evening (with our guest connection suffering) J.P. Weber takes to the microphone and reads Robert Davis’ satirical story on playing the ATP tour and improving in the game of tennis. The story involves two players: Scotty Scramble and Willy Wanker. Scotty Scramble is the hard working player who wants to learn and desires to become better through the process. Willy Wanker just wants to be good and quick and does not care how he gets there.
Our guest tonight on the show is Vic Braden. Coach Vic Braden has over 70 years in the field teaching tennis. Coach Braden has spent a great deal of time helping tennis players to maximize their performance and enjoyment of tennis. Vic is a licensed psychologist in California. **The first 30-40 minutes of the audio is a little tough but it clears up after that period.
This Sunday join us for an hour as we discuss tennis with the great Vic Braden. Vic has been an inspiration for me over the years. When I first picked up tennis my father would sit me down in front of the television each week during a period of time where they would broadcast the Vic Braden Tennis Show on the Public Broadcasting Channel. I would sit and watch it and I remembered a lot of what he did and said. Years later I was pleased when I was able to purchase his video series. I first got them on VHS, wore them out and then got them again on DVD. Great Stuff!
On this Sunday we have “The General” Greg Patton on the show. Here is a preview of the show and a clip from tennis great Luke Jensen describing Coach Patton. Hope you can catch the show Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 on Blog Talk Radio!