Tournaments are somewhat different though. For example, when I am coaching Perry Wilson in a tournament, I can give him advice between games; but I am not allowed to coach him during the actual game. Perry is the one who needs to coach himself during the game. Between points, Perry needs to analyze for himself what went right, what went wrong, and what he needs to do in the next point.
Between games, I give Perry 1 or 2 tips and have him repeat the advice back to me.
Then I ask:
Who’s the coach?
Perry is the coach.