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Panel Discussion: Integrating with a New Team (Part 1)

College tennis is often a huge step for incoming freshmen. In addition to the rigors of becoming student-athletes, freshmen tennis players must compete against older and more experienced competition.

One big difference is in coaching. Many freshmen may not get the individual attention they were accustomed to as juniors. Some players even feel like they are lost in the shuffle.

How can a junior tennis player tackle the transition? We put the question to our distinguished panel of former coaches.


Q) How does a top junior player transition quickly to a team atmosphere with less personal attention? What is the best way to get on the good side of a college coach?

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