I can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have watched with amusement the debate over Oscar Wegner. Two years ago I switched to teaching his system with incredible results. I have met Oscar personally and believe I know his method as well as almost anyone in the United States given I have been studying tennis theory much of my life looking for the answer I should have had in 1990 but was warned to stay away from by the leading coaching authorities of the time. Today, all leading coaches, and I have a picture of Van DeMeer and Oscar together I took at the US Open last year, all use his stuff and I was shocked to see Dennis talk about his videos with such high praise given I know how differently they taught for years. I was first USPTA certified in 1984 and Oscar was surprised at how well I remembered the Tennis Magazinie review of 1991 which savaged his method and has since been proven wrong. I note www.tennisone.com just did a nice tribute to Oscar as their slo mo vidoes show top pros hit using his techniques and so they now claim "history proved him right." Oscar didn't need video to find that out, as Bud Collins noted on public record a new breed of topspin players started showing up in Spain in 1973 coached by Oscar Wegner. I have never found Oscar to exaggerate anything. Borg could choose any coach to make his comeback or praise anyone. Why did he praise Oscar so? Because he knew the truth of modern tennis. To Tennisparent, I would like to address a few points for you also, in particular. I hope I can provide a helpful point of view to maybe fill in our American USA obsession with science and technical explanation for a game that I am now convinced is played on a "spiritual" or "somewhere closer to the subconcious" level. I welcome any questions, objections and concerns. I have heard them all before or had them myself.