The Difference Between OK and Great

My late husband was a high school tennis coach who directed his teams to several state tournaments. He insisted his players spend long hours on the courts. He often paired promising teens with older, tougher opponents.

Of course, the young men complained and asked for practice buddies they could beat easily. My husband’s response: “If you play with average opponents, you’ll be average. If you want to be a winner, you have to play with winners.”

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