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Published April 12, 2013
COACH'S CORNER: SI.com’s Bruce Jenkins wrote it “would be easy enough for fans to ignore such nonsense” as on-court coaching during WTA events, but it was “instituted partly because of TV: viewers supposedly riveted to the screen as their favorite player talks strategy.” Jenkins: “Here's something the WTA should know: This is awful TV. And it would be even worse if the two actually had a spirited discussion. Nobody needs to hear that, nor should it become part of a match” (SI.com, 4/9).