Tennis Skills: The Player's Guide
A fully illustrated, back-to-basics guide to improving your tennis game, the book is fully illustrated with sequential pictures, court diagrams, tips, typical faults, and coaching ideas to build strong foundation skills and great players.
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Winning Ugly: Mental Warfare in Tennis--Lessons from a Master
Brad Gilbert,Steve Jamison
Limited preview - 1994
Maximum Tennis: 10 Keys to Unleashing Your On-court Potential
No preview available - 2003
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alley allow angle approach shot attempting to hit backhand groundstroke backhand lob backhand side backhand volley backspin backswing balance ball bounces baseline player body Coaching contact point contact the ball cross-court doubles pattern doubles situations down-the-line drop shot eastern forehand grip easy feel feet follow-through footwork patterns forehand volley French Open half-volley hammer grip hit the ball hitting position important inside the baseline Jim Courier low volley MASTER STROKE match motion move forward one-handed backhand opponent hits opponent's Opportunity Knocks overhead smash passing shot Pete Sampras play player hits position the racket practice hitting practice partner quickly racket face racket head rally ready hop ready position recreational players rope run back serve and volley service box service line slightly speed spin split step Stan Smith strategy stretch strings swing path topspin toss try to hit two-handed backhand usually variation volley position winner winning shot