Wednesday, June 22, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - Broadcast June 22, 2022 - Preventing the 'Aboloition of Tennis' - Coach Kriese starts his 11th year of broadcasting of American Tennis. His topic in this broadcast is quite broad in scope; however, quite necessary to speak about at this time. Some state what is happening to American Tennnis as "progress," while others call it "unnecessary disturbances of one of the greatest sports ever played." Coach Kriese talks in depth about recent novelties that have been forced into tennis; the damage that has been done and how the sport might still be saved. Listen to 'American Tennis' on the 'YellaBallnetwork' and also at www.chuckkriese.net..

Friday, April 8, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - broadcast April 8, 2022 - What is the Best Short-Scoring when they force us to use it? - Tournaments are beginning to use short-scoring at multiple venues of college, junior and adult league tennis. This is not good. However, if short scoring has to be used, which kind is best??? Coach Kriese gives a great inventory of why we are being forced to used abbreviations instead of traditional scoring and what is the best types of short scoring to use when we still want our juniors and collegiate players to have credible results. Join American Tennis each week on the Yellaballnetwork.com and also at www.chuckkriese.net

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Amercian Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - Broadcast of March 9, 2022 - Guest Coach is Randy Bloemendaal: Will Pickleball take over as the number 1 racquet sport?? Pickelball was once looked at as a passing fad. Today tennis clubs and resorts are going to pickelball as the staple for senior citizens and many more. Will it upend Tennis?? Reason's why tennis is diminishing and the 'Pickleball craze are discussed on today's show.. Join Coach Chuck Kriese each week on www.chuckkriese.net and YellaBallNetwork.com

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - Broadcast February 23, 2022 - Guest is Coach Paul Soliz - Tennis is a life-long endeavor for those that see the depth of the sport. The layers of the sport are complex, and the value of each level can sometimes be life-changing.. Coach Paul Soliz gives insights today to the many great teachers and coaches that have mentored him throughout his long coaching and teaching career. Listen to Coach Kriese and American Tennis each week on the YellaBallnetwork.com and at www.chuckkriese.net

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - Broadcast February 9, 2022 - Guest is Coach Kyle Bailey; "College Tennis; The Journey to it and through it."......If a youngster wants to play college tennis, the Journey today is much different than it was 20 years ago. Just as well, the journey to be successful in collegiate tennis is very complex. It is quite helpful to be able to plan a course...... Coach Kyle Bailey has coached hundreds of players over the past 20+ years, but maybe more impressive is that he has helped near 100 players find their right college choice through his work with parents and other coaches. Join Coach Chuck Kriese each week on 'American Tennis' and follow his other programs and writing at www.chuckkriese.net and yellaballnetwork.com

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - broadcast 2/02/22 - Only What is Hard-Earned is Well-Learned -Athletes play sports, and tennis players play tennis, for much deeper reasons than points, rankings and fame. Few other sports teach as much and reveals more for the Athlete who engages in the quest to master it. Coach Chuck Kriese explains what builds the life-long love for the sport. Listen to coach chuck kriese's podcasts at www.chuckkriese.net and at the YellaBallNetwork.com ,

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

American Tennis with Coach Chuck Kriese - broadcast of January 26, 2022 - "The next tennis Boom will Depend on Symmetry" ; Today's guest coach JP Weber - The sport of tennis is in a transitional phase that my not be for the best. The symmetry between the ball striking and the movement has been lost. Can we regain it?? Coach Kriese explains the loss of tennis players at many levels has a lot to do with the overabundance of technology and the disregard for traditions that have made the sport great for over 145 years. Join American Tennis each weekand listen and follow coach chuck kriese at www.chuckkriese.net and also at yellaballnetwork.com