Professional tennis is a big money sport, and some of the biggest
money is being won by players barely in their teens.
CBC producer Chris Grosskurth looks at the rising
young stars of the world class tennis, and at the
forces that shape them -- parents, coaches, the media,
sponsors. What must a child give up to compete at this level?
And how much competition is too much?
There's no wisdom in the age rules
Article by Peter Bodo focusing on WTA's age rules and how it is affecting Anna Kournikova, a fifteen year old at the time.
Agents of influence
An article by Brian Cleary about young hopeful teenage tennis players and the agents who decide their tennis futures.
Washington Tennis & Education Foundation
Re-examining Player Development
Author of article gives his view on tennis players peaking at a young age.
Teen Tennis Champion. Robison, Nancy
Teen tennis sensation