Wednesday, November 14, 2007

CJ makes me feel like a Celebrity!

I feel like I am on Page Six in the New York Post. I DO remember someone shouting something at me on the court. Thanks for putting the bee sting where it needed to go! ;) These pics are SOOO much better than those cheesy pose pics I typically do! THANKS!


Blogger Paul said...

I loved CJ's line, "Don't just stand there."

Winners never just stand there!

And get a little closer to the service line when you're serving.

How big was that trophy? It looked about 8" to me.

November 14, 2007  
Blogger BRETTCAJUN said...


I always start serving right behind the service line. When I notice my serves consistently going out by two feet, I back up two feet. I always do that. I am sure other people do it as well. Whatever WORKS!

November 14, 2007  
Blogger Lewis said...

Isn't getting recognized the coolest? Everybody needs it to happen at least a time or two in their lives. You're a great friend, BC...and you are well deserving.

November 14, 2007  
Blogger Paul said...

Brett -- just a suggestion: if your serves are consistently going out by two feet, hit the ball higher up on the toss, making sure you've got a good blend of topspin and slice.

(Hey, I'm short, too. I know the problems we have with low angles. I've asked for shorter nets, but no one will listen.)

November 15, 2007  
Blogger Tonito Bandito said...

But you are a celebrity in my eyes, Brett.

Keep those bengal tigers prowling all the way to the BCS title game will ya?

November 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul, I have been trying to get Brett to toss his ball up higher for his serve and use his legs a little more to help go up and get it and he is just not ready to incorporate it. He has to discover it on his own before he believes it will work. Not a moment sooner!!! Topspin and slice, foreign language to him. Coach

November 15, 2007  
Blogger Tony said...

Awe just are a publicity hound. You just like it when someone makes you the topic of the day. LOL. Hugs bud...hope all is well.

November 16, 2007  

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