The only way to quickly improve your tennis is to play a smarter tactical game. In fact, smarter play is what separates champions from average tennis players...
"The Tennis Strategy Encyclopedia"
"Start Winning Against Players You've Never Beaten Before!"
This is an ebook in Adobe PDF format that you can immediately download to your computer.
It is truly an encyclopedia of tennis strategies and tactics for every level of play, whether you are a beginner or an expert tennis player.
Actually as you will discover expert players base most of their game on very simple tactics that are suitable even for beginners. And only on top of those basic patterns they choose more advanced and expert tactical combinations.
So the encyclopedia teaches players of every level how to play better tennis and use their potential to the maximum.
Then what can you learn from it?
You get more than 100 pages of condensed and organized information showing you:
- The secret to playing good tennis (It's NOT trying to beat your opponent!)
- Learn the basic tennis tactics that Roger Federer and Andre Agassi used 64% of the time in their 2005 US Open final.
- The 6 general tennis strategies that you can use at EVERY level of play - from beginners in mini tennis to the Andre Agassi and Roger Federer level of play:
- Learn the advanced tactics Andre and Roger used 19% of the time
- The 4 basic tennis laws - the foundation of tennis (If you don't know them, you are sending your opponent a gift every few points.
- Learn expert tennis tactics, which are used successfully only by very skilled players or those hoping to become one (Andre and Roger used these tactics in 17% of their shot decisions.):
- How to pass and lob good net players so you convince them that this is their bad day at the net
- 7 ways to make your existing 1st serve even tougher for your opponent to read and return
- How to get the edge when playing from the baseline against expert players
- How to instill insecurity in your opponent's second serve (and thus force more double faults) by various ways of attacking with your return
- 3Â more ways of playing the volley at this level (Remember, there is an expert "passer" waiting for you, so you'll need excellent volleys.)
- How expert tennis players defend to turn the tables in their favor or at least neutralize good attacks
- 6 ways to hit your second serve that immediately give you the advantage in the point
- How to return booming first serves with variety and consistency