PRACTICE OF HIDING BLACK PRO TENNIS COACHES ATTACKED!

By Morris King, Jr.
Updated: July 10, 2011

Morris King, Jr

Morris King, Jr

Jacksonville, Florida Controversy spurred by Tennis Week magazine’s interview of ATP touring pro Amer Delic yields launch of new “Amer Delic Is A Liar” photo webpage on the MAGIAN World Class Tennis website. In response to the Delic interview, Tennis Week magazine and ESPN assailed for helping to hide the existence of black pro tennis coaches who are not parents of players.

Amer Delic

Amer Delic

In response to the recent controversy surrounding ATP touring pro Amer Delic’s false statements in a published interview by Tennis Week magazine, black world class professional tennis coach Morris King, Jr. of MAGIAN World Class Tennis announces the launch of a new photo webpage on his award winning website as proof of the truth. The new photo webpage can be directly accessed at www.AmerDelicIsALiar.com . Coach King has responded that Delic (now an American citizen – originally a refugee from Bosnia) and Tennis Week, wittingly or unwittingly, are acting in a collusive fashion with the American tennis establishment, including networks such as ESPN (who creates unfair competition by giving multiples of millions of dollars of free advertising to its favorite coaches), to give the world the false impression that black tennis coaches do not exist, except when the coach is the parent of the player. Coach King says that “the tennis establishment has spent years hiding my successes in tennis and thereby sabotaging my chances of being known by and coaching more pro players”. More details of the controversy can be found at www.protennisexpose.net.

Additionally, the original February 5, 2007 press release (http://www.mmdnewswire.com/content/view/1234/ ) gives the details of the blatant concealment of the financial support of an elderly black woman and other black professionals to Delic’s success.

Morris King, Jr. is the pro tennis coach that Richard Williams hand-picked in 1997 to assist him with the rise of his now champion daughters, Venus and Serena, to the top 10 in the pro rankings.