• Tennis Strategies: The Top 100 Best Things That You Can Do to Greatly Improve Your Tennis Game

  • By: Ace McCloud
  • Narrated by: Joshua Mackey
  • Length: 2 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 28-01-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pro Mastery Publishing
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.6 (8 ratings)

Summary

Caution: This Tennis Book Is So Effective That It Can Give You a Massive Advantage Over Those You Play Against!
This book covers a vast array of skills, strategies, and techniques that can help transform your tennis game and help you dominate your opponent! Tennis is a fantastic pastime and great way to get fit, but it is even better when you can maximize your ability and play at the very top level. Whether you're with friends or work colleagues, playing at your local tennis club, or competing in tournaments, tennis becomes even more enjoyable when you have a reliable technique and strategies that help you control the game! The best way to stay ahead of your opponents is to create a winning strategy that will give you the competitive advantage. This book will show you just how to do that and more.
Don't settle for a tennis game that gives you anything less than your full potential! Discover what you can do in order to bring your tennis game to the next level now!
Here is a preview of what you'll discover:



The secrets of the tennis grip
How your grip dictates the type of shots you can play
How to dominate your opponents with a powerful and reliable forehand shot
How to hit a fearsome two-handed backhand just like the professionals
How playing your shots with top-spin can give you a competitive advantage
How to develop a powerful serve
How to stay physically fit and at the top of your game
Strategies that give you the edge in doubles
Psychological strategies that will allow you to dominate your opponents
And much more!

What are you waiting for? If you are still reading this, you are obviously motivated to get all the benefits this book has to offer. Stop thinking, and take action.
©2015 Ace McCloud (P)2016 Ace McCloud
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5 out of 5 stars
By Katie on 04-02-16

This Has Really Improved My Tennis Game!

I recently started playing tennis because it's a great way to socialise with clients at work. I've always been fairly sporty so I picked up the basics pretty quickly but I needed a quick way to develop a deeper understanding of the game.
This book did exactly that! It provided me with loads of quick and easy ways to improve my game, from changing my grip to developing my serve. I'm still by no means a pro but I can definitely compete with my experienced clients thanks to this book!! I couldn't recommend it more!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kate Reuyan on 01-02-16

I Understand Tennis Better Now!

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In the Philippines where I previously lived, people are not really that fond of playing tennis including me. It is a rich man’s sport, in my opinion. When I got here in the UK, I found a lot of things that are so different the first time I came over. One of those things is that quite a few people play tennis around here and that includes my fiancé. When I came across this book as I was searching for audio books on Amazon, I decided to give it a try.

After I finished listening to this book, it gave me better understanding of what the sport is all about and it gave me a lot of useful tips on how to play it right. Although I’m not really that into sports, my fiancé is, and he is pretty good at it. Now that I have better idea about the sport, talking about it has now been our way of bonding and it is really fulfilling.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Blaine Hart on 30-01-16

Great tips for anyone to get better at Tennis!

This audio was very well narrated and every minute is full of useful tips and strategies for getting better at Tennis. The nutrition section really helped me a lot along with some of the exercises and training techniques. But what really improved my game was the section on the serve. My serves are much harder now and much more accurate. The audio breaks down every part of the serve and after listening to it several times and with a lot of practice my serve is much better. Even my friend noticed the difference the last time we played and I beat him. I would definitely recommend this audio to anyone who wants to be a better tennis player.

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5 out of 5 stars
By RKM on 29-01-16

Tennis Strategies: Wish I had this in high school.

In high school, I was on the varsity tennis team for two years. The only reason I was on varsity was because we had no JV team; that was the low interest in tennis. So I earned letters, so to speak, but I never really got very good at tennis.

This book is a pretty comprehensive look at tennis and how to improve your game. It talks about everything from nutrition to racket grip to keeping up overall fitness and mentally preparing to play. Two things I found most helpful: 1) The discussion of grip. My tennis coach was always harping at us about our grip; tennis rackets are a funny thing, and if you hold them wrong, it can throw off your whole game. People don't realize this, and it's good that the book brings it up. 2) Mental preparedness. I get nervous when I play sports, and tennis is so focused on the individual athlete that nerves can get the better of you. You're not on a field with 10 teammates; you're alone, and everyone is watching you. This book has good tips for controlling your nerves and staying focused. Recommended.

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