It has been a great situation down there for him. The decision was made easier because Kyle has always been a responsible child. He has always been organized - a little abnormal that way. He's very mature. I hate to say anything that would condemn my other children, but I don't think I could do that with the other two. He's a pretty 'with-it' kid.
Kyle is more mechanical, and Kevin is a smoother player. He has all the shots. Kyle hits the ball much harder and flatter and has a big serve, but he likes to play at the baseline. Kevin has the more all-around game and likes to go to the net, but he's not nearly as powerful as Kyle. They don't look like they started at the same academy, which in a sense is good. Kids don't all need to be taught the same way because they have different strengths.