Andy Roddick offered a solution to the coaching problem in tennis
Former world number one Andy Roddick, 2003 U.S. Open champion and former world number one, has told how he thinks the problem of coaching, i.e. unauthorized advice from the coach to the player during a match, can be solved. According to the American athlete, tennis should take its example from soccer, where some penalties can be in effect throughout the tournament.
“I think tennis should be like soccer in that sense. We should make some penalties work throughout the tournament. Coaching penalties are obvious candidates,” Andy Roddick wrote on his Twitter page.