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This audiobook will teach you how to beat any style of play and will help you over come mental hurdles that most of us normally have during competition. Knowing what to do and when are key questions when your under pressure and wish you had a guide to get you in the right direction.

Some of the strategies you will learn how to do are:

  • How to beat an all-court player.
  • How to beat the "net rusher".
  • How to over come "lobbers".
  • What to do after you double fault.

Learn from the best with this great tennis strategy audiobook that will get you winning more matches and thinking better on and off the court. Win more matches by using the right strategy for each situation. The more strategies and tactics you know and can use the better it is for you.

Learning to master the mental side of tennis has always been a difficult part of the game. Some players have decided to simply not train mentally or simply ignore it which is a big mistake.

It is said that winning in tennis is 80 - 90 % MENTAL! Just take into account that key points in a tennis match such as match point, game point, break points, and set points, are all crucial situations that can decide the outcome of any particular competition.

©2013 Joseph Correa (P)2013 Joseph Correa

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