Competitive Tennis for Young Players

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 141 pages
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In this work Manfred Grosser and Richard Schonborn describe an ideal development from a childhood to a world-class player in tennis. On the basis of research and studies in biological development, training science and learning process psychology as well as great national and international experiences and observations arises this volume of advice for coaches, officials, parents and young players.
 

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An outstanding small book on the necessary prinicples at play in any attempt to assist a child in competitive tennis. Absolute must have for anyone who does not feel completely equipped.

Contents

Preface Tennis Today
10
Biological Performance Ability and Load Capacity
20
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30
Longterm Performance Development in Tennis
71
3
85
Problems of Talent in Tennis
119
Reality and Ideal Paths in Tennis a Summary 129 Some Examples of Faulty Talent Development
129
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