12 Steps to Success: Learning the Game of Tennis
This book is dedicated to the progressive training methods of the best Russian coaches, who launched a number of bright stars into the world of professional tennis. Step by step, from beginners to advanced players it helps the motivated tennis player reach the top of their game. You'll find composition and style of the book thrilling, witty and highly professional at the same time. Numerous illustrations: photos, drawings, even comics make the coaching ideas and tips understandable and easy to follow. The author succeeds in combining together his three major skills-his great experience as a professional coach, a sports photographer, and as a tennis journalist. Follow Victor's instructions and you'll discover the wonderful world of tennis.
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12 Steps approach the ball appropriate service court ATP TITLES Avoid hastening ball an upward beginning position body 6-10 inches bounce champions coach continental grip court figure 2a DAVIS CUP FEDERATION CUP TEAM feet figure 10a figure 1b figure 3b figure 6d figure 8c figure 9d front GRAND SLAM head high balls hit the ball Hold the racket Irina jeu de paume left foot left hand Lubbock match Melbourne meters Move the racket Offer your opponent Olhovsky Open Championship partner point is played racket directly racket is lower racket is parallel racket moves right foot right hand Russian Send the ball serve server service court figure shoulders single jump back slightly veering spin starting position string surface STROKE figure stroke is supposed success swing bigger TENNIS ETIQUETTE Texas Tech University tie-break toss the ball Toss your ball training wall USSR Victor Yanchuk victory volley stroke Wimbledon