Double-force tennis strokes: a new hitting system, tennis as it can be

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Third Level Books, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 359 pages
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INTRODUCES RADICALLY NEW TECHNIQUES REPLACING BOTH ONE & TWO-HANDED STROKES FOR ADDED PACE, CONTROL, & REACH. INTRODUCES 60 NEW TYPE DRILLS (100 PAGES), not "how-to", averaging four steps each. Includes expanded, revised contents of "Tennis AnyStyle, Scientifically" (1990), a needed replacement for ineffective remedial drills, theories, & teaching. Solved tennis's biggest need: rebuilding established games & preventing technical decline. Gave progress in weeks instead of none (or less) in years. Maximized science & fun. Debunked well-known dictums like "watch-the-ball". Exposed court design flaws, developed new designs. Distributors: Baker & Taylor, Quality Books, the distributors, Midwest Library Service, Brodart, etc.

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