Every player your child watches will teach them something new that can improve their game. However, there are a few special ones to watch this U.S. Open.
Serena Williams: She is dominating right now, and it's hard to stop her. If she wants to win, she will. Kids can learn from her that if you work hard and stay with your purpose, you will be successful.
Maria Sharapova: Coming back from the injuries, she is still hungry to get another Grand Slam, and she will do her best to do it. She is an amazing motivation for youth showing what hard work and dedication can accomplish.
Garbine Muguruza: Young, upcoming and an ultra-aggressive baseliner, she is not afraid to come to the net, her style is similar to Maria Sharapova. She is going to win a Grand Slam at some point.
Belinda Bencic: An 18-year old rising star, she has many eyes on her. It's hard to rise, but even harder to stay on top. Can she handle all of the attention and pressure? She has beautiful groundstrokes off both wings, but can she cut down the unforced errors?
Novak Djokovic: He wants another Slam. His style of play is appealing to the eye, and he moves like a smooth animal. Kids will be motivated to move and play more like Novak.
Roger Federer: Nobody loves tennis more than Roger, and he is a true motivation for the young ones in that if you love what you do, you can do it well and for a long time.
Rafael Nadal: Plagued with injuries, his mental toughness is always tip-top. Kids learn from him that you never give-up, you always do your best even when you are not at your personal best.
Stan Wawrinka: He is in his fittest shape ever, and he believes he can win another Grand Slam. He is motivated. He is dedicated. He is older now, and it shows that if you stay with something persistently over time, you can accomplish your goals.
Kei Nishikori: His amazing mental toughness and fitness makes him shine with confidence. He is a great example of how hard work pays off, ultimately.
Jack Socks: Popular among American youth, this rising star has a fierce, almost atomic, forehand. So many kids want a forehand like his. Just go and practice, kids!