Tennis Strokes That Win
Breakthrough Techniques for Mastering the GameUnknown - 1995
"Frank Early offers a simple approach for learning each stroke. The photographs in this book are especially useful as reference points." -- Marty Riessen Gold Medal-winning U.S. Women's Olympic Team coach "This instruction is easy to absorb. It will give a helping hand to all players trying to hit the ball a little better." -- Fred Stolle ESPN analyst and former U.S. and French Singles champion ""Tennis Strokes That Win" will be helpful to all aspiring tennis players; it is enjoyable and informative reading." -- Tony Trabert CBS analyst and former Wimbledon, French, and U.S. Singles champion ""Tennis Strokes That Win" offers clear, solid instruction." -- Roy Emerson Winner of 28 Grand Slam tournaments In "Tennis Strokes That Win," Frank Early proves that the quickest way to improve your game is to improve your stroke. Through instructive examples, concise commentary, and black-and-white photographs of the pros in action (illustrating what good strokes have in common), Early teaches tennis players of all levels how to deliver the strokes that win. Frank Early, a teaching pro for more than 13 years, is director of tennis at The Island Club in Miami. Ron Bernstein is a freelance photographer specializing in sports and entertainment photography.
Publisher: Chicago : Contemporary Books, 
Copyright Date: ©1995
Branch Call Number: 796.3422 Ea76
Characteristics: xv, 123 pages : illustrations
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