303 Tips for Successful Tennis: Your Tennis Coach on Court

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A&C Black, Jun 23, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 96 pages
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Written by Nenad Simic, a successful Serbian coach.

This book is aimed at tennis players to carry on to court during matches. It is packed with 303 short and punchy tips for players to read before and during matches, including advice on your Mental Game, Forehand, Volley and Serve.

The concept: to remind players of the small details that should be remembered whilst playing - which may help turn a losing match into a winning one! It is not for beginners, but very much for anyone who is competitive and participates in tennis matches at any level.

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About the author (2010)

Nenad Simic is a successful Serbian coach, who has trained Djokovic, Ivanovic and Jankovic. He now lives in Florida. Angela Buxton was Wimbledon Doubles Champion in 1956 and Wimbledon Singles Finalist in the same year. She is the Co-Principal and founder of the Angela Buxton Centre, one of the most respected international tennis schools specialising in the advanced development of the game in the 70s and 80s.

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