I guess then you are admitting that RICK MACCI was instrumental in the Williams sisters success to a much larger degree then ever acknowledged by Richard. Thank You, Mission accomplished.
No. No "admission" required. It was OBVIOUS from the beginning. Now, based on your response, it's safe to assume you were just too blind to see it.
Anybody with eyes knows it's safe to assume that Richard didn't take his girls to Macci and Bollitieri for no reason. Like I said, it's a no brainer.
You're making an useless argument that no one here has any way of quantifying - ie, "to what degree did Rick Macci effect the sisters career?"
It's foolish to attempt to do so unless you simply want to put the question out there simply to score speculative points. Fine. Congratulations. You scored points with the SCURRILOUS crowd. Good for you. That makes you one of their peers.
...there. Feel better now? ...Ego stroked?
Grownups realize the question is futile. The very fact that Richard HIMSELF reached out to and took his daughters to Macci MEANS that he (RICHARD) thought Macci had something to offer. The fact that Richard took them to Bollitieri's MEANS Bollitieri had something to offer.
Otherwise, it was simply a waste of time and money. Good Lord, are you that dense. For some reason, I don't think so.
Again, you've clarified nothing.
...if a good coach gets "assistance" when he or she sees a need, they should also give credit where credit is due....
If the above is the argument you're TRYING to make, then that - imho - is an argument worth making.