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Tennis Beyond Big Shots (Anglais) Broché – 1 juillet 2008


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An Easy Read to Better Tennis 4 décembre 2006
Par Gaynor Luke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I love the game and have read many books on the subject. This one excels at giving tangible advice on everything "just folks" need to play and enjoy the game. Tips from strategy to etiquette are clearly explained, easy to remember, and make a difference. Greg is an advocate of playing percentage tennis (knowing when and where to hit your shot, and the smart uses of power and spin). Having followed his advice, I've seen my game advance and I'm comfortable on the court with all levels of players.
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Insight from a great coach 15 août 2006
Par William McKinney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Imagine being able to sit down with a top coach and have him share with you his years of experience both as a player and a coach. Imagine him telling you what he's observed over the years about working with club players, like you and me, practical things you can do to improve your game.

That's what this book is. It doesn't focus on how to win at Wimbledon. The coach knows you love tennis and want to be the best you can be, and he gives you a wealth of tips and pointers, things you can actually do to ease the way up a notch on your USTA rating.

And he shows you how to enjoy the game more while you're at it.

You will discover ...

Small things you can do to win big

Shots that will raise your game to the next level

When to turn on the power

How to deal with your inner devil

How to handle choking

Your road map to the next level

The two most underrated shots in the game

How you can learn from every match, win or lose

How to innsure peak performance throughout your tennis career

Coach Moran shares with us what to do to play better and to win. It's like a bunch of free lessons from a top coach.

I've tried a number of his recommendations and they really work. I bet they will for you, too.
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Win matches and friends with this perceptive book 5 octobre 2006
Par Everyman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Tennis Beyond Big Shots" provides plenty of topnotch instruction about strokes and strategy that will help you win matches. This 224-page paperback, spiced with pithy quotes, also gives readers superb suggestions about how to win friends and enjoy your tennis, regardless of the outcome.

Its "10 Commandments of Social Tennis" chapter should be posted at every tennis club and center. Especially important is author Greg Moran's commandment to accept your mistakes graciously. "No matter how badly you may be playing or losing, keep a positive attitude and your excuses to yourself. No one's interested, and you'll only sound foolish," he advises.

My other favorite chapters are "Two Shots That Deserve Respect," "Conquering Our Inner Devil," "Three Secrets To Defeat Stinky Feet" (about footwork), and "Being The Best Tennis Parent Ever."

Recreational players, teaching pros and coaches, aspiring juniors, and tennis parents will benefit considerably from studying this well-written and well-analyzed book that covers both the basics and the fine points of tennis.
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Win matches and friends with this perceptive book 5 octobre 2006
Par Everyman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"Tennis Beyond Big Shots" provides plenty of topnotch instruction about strokes and strategy that will help you win matches. This 224-page paperback, spiced with pithy quotes, also gives readers superb suggestions about how to win friends and enjoy your tennis, regardless of the outcome.
Its "10 Commandments of Social Tennis" chapter should be posted at every tennis club and center. Especially important is author Greg Moran's commandent to accept your mistakes graciously. "No matter how badly you may be playing or losing, keep a positive attitude and your excuses to yourself. No one's interested, and you'll only sound foolish," he advises.
My other favorite chapters are "Two Shots That Deserve Respect," "Conquering Our Inner Devil," "Three Secrets To Defeat Stinky Feet" (about footwork), and "Being The Best Tennis Parent Ever."
Recreational players, teaching pros and coaches, aspiring juniors, and tennis parents will benefit considerably from studying this well-written and well-analyzed book that covers both the basics and the fine points of tennis.
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Good, but no Pulitzer 8 juin 2010
Par ippowus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had heard a lot about this book from my tennis playing friends so I was quite looking forward to reading it. After half a dozen chapters, however, I emerged somewhat disappointed. Here's the rub. Not that the book is irrelevant...it covers a lot of things a tennis player should know and keep in mind when playing, and they all help. True to the intro, Moran doesn't spend a lot of time on how to make shots; it's mostly tennis-specific sport psychology. That's good stuff, but if you've spent any time at all reading Allen Fox's articles in Tennis Magazine, or watch the one-minute instruction videos on Tennis Channel, you've already seen most of them. So at the end, I got the feeling that I didn't quite learn anything new, but instead got a really good refresher on what I do wrong on the court almost all the time. And that's not all bad!
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