Sunday, August 4, 2013


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Ed Dickson has been a college coach for 28 years and has also worked for the greatest mentor of coaches n the 20th century; Harry Hopman. Coach Kriese interviews Ed about his journey and what were the critical factors to his becoming a tennis coach. Ed talks about working with some of the top players in the world as a coach for Mr. Hopman and then goes on to explain those things that make the big differences between average and great coaches. His 'meat and potatoes' approach to getting things done is quite refreshing and he talks about the small details that set good coaching apart from average coaching. Ed has been interviewed earlier on 'American Tennis' with the 'Court Veterans,' which was a show that hi-lighted the wisdom of coaching greats Paul Scarpa, Ken Hydinger, Tom Higgins and Ed.

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