Tennis Rockers

What is going to guide us on good or bad behavior in our non-tournament, day-to-day tennis play? While some people still apply the standards of common courtesy, quiet a few do not. IOW, Commonly accepted court etiquette isn't cutting it - people need to be reminded and in some cases reprimanded. In this episode we start to take a look at the loss of court etiquette and the need for a stronger enforcement mechanism.

Show Notes

Do you ever walk onto a court at your assigned time only to find people still playing?  Maybe cleaning up a ton of balls that will take 5 or more minutes of your time?  How about a bunch of trash or the razor sharp lid from the ball container left behind on the court where your young child could accidentally pick it up?  What about people walking onto your court 5 minutes early while you're still playing?

It's like arriving in your hotel room only to find the previous guest packing things up, with their friends or family members still seated on the bed or using the bathroom that you are going to use and leaving their trash and crumbs on the floor.  

These instances are both annoying and frustrating and can put everyone in a bad mood by the offending dude(s).  

Court etiquette, as it's commonly called, needs a redo.  In this episode, we start to take a look at some possible options for reminding and possibly reprimanding both the slight and the outright offenders.  

Thanks for joining us on our journey!

What is Tennis Rockers?

Are you ready to re-imagine and reconstruct the way you realize not just the game of tennis but all the other ways you compete in life? Tennis Rockers pull together beliefs, concepts, ideas, people, and values from a cross-section of multi-disciplinary fields for the purpose of doing things a little different. Tennis Rockers don't just want to change the game, they want to help people think about changing how they see and live their lives.

Coach Claude and coach Sully cordially invite you to put the pedal to the metal and join an unconventional conversation on tennis and life. Nothing good comes from standing still.