Championship Tennis, Enhanced Edition
Frank Giampaolo & Jon Levey
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Step onto the court confident, focused, and prepared to dictate the match and dominate your opponent.
In Championship Tennis-Enhanced Edition, world-class coach and regular Grand Slam clinician Frank Giampaolo and long-time Tennis magazine editor Jon Levey bring you expert instruction and professional insights to eliminate unforced errors, increase winning percentage, and improve your overall game.
This enhanced e-book with audio/video and full-color images will help you learn how to assess individual skills, evaluate practice sessions, and analyze performance; identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement; customize your training and conditioning to your skill set, experience, and style of play;
increase the consistency and accuracy of your shots; and
control your emotions and mentally prepare for every match.
You’ll find the most effective, unparalleled drills for mastering groundstrokes, serves, volleys, and specialty shots as well 24 technique video clips that will show you how to master those drills. You’ll also get invaluable advice for improving anticipatory skills and recognizing, neutralizing, and countering your competition’s strengths and playing styles.
Add a copy of Championship Tennis-Enhanced Edition to your bookshelf and turn errors into winners and three-set losses into straight-set wins. This is a must-have resource for players and instructors seeking to maximize potential as quickly as possible.
Not for beginners
I am a high level Racquetball player learning tennis.
I read a book called "Championship Racquetball" that thoroughly explained and demonstrated fundamental and advanced concepts of playing the sport and gaining excellence in skill.
I assumed (my bad) that such a book covering the sport of tennis named similarly would be similar to the other book I read.
Can't really read the good stuff in the trial that iBooks allows. So I purchased the book.
Nothing is explained In a clear and straightforward manner.
Perhaps I am too new to the sport to appreciate what the author is providing. Still I was expecting some clear direction on a basic forehand stroke. And got a bunch of nonsense that your stroke mechanics depend on your style. WOW.
I am going to try and get my money back.
- Category: Racket Sports
- Published: May 08, 2013
- Publisher: Human Kinetics
- Seller: Human Kinetics, Inc.
- Print Length: 256 Pages
- Language: English