Tennis: The Complete Guide For Intermediate

| July 2, 2016


Tennis: The Complete Guide For Intermediate (Tennis Sports, Fitness, Nutrition, Exercise, Fun, Learning)

Learn Advanced Tennis Effortlessly With This Easy Step-By-Step Guide

Do You Wish To Learn Advanced Tennis?

Do you get overwhelmed by the complicated advanced tennis strokes and want a guide that is easy to follow, detailed and written to make the tennis game more enjoyable?

If so, “Tennis: The Complete Guide For Intermediate” by Nicky Diablo is THE guide for you!

It covers the most essential details which you must learn to master advanced tennis.

You certainly have taken a vital step towards learning more advanced tennis. What you are going to learn in this step-by-step Advanced Tennis Guide is how to master the fundamentals of the modern tennis game including all the vital skills and techniques, as well as all the advanced tennis strokes. With the help of this guide you’ll not only gain all the vital knowledge about playing advanced tennis efficiently, you’ll also be geared up to improve your game to world class level!

What Separates This Book From The Rest?

First of all, the step-by-step approach will make each skill easy to learn and apply regardless of your previous experience with the Tennis Game. This book is detailed, uses clear examples and images of the most vital steps to ensure that you grasp each topic with ease.

You Will Learn The Following:

  • The strategic, physical and mental aspects of Modern Tennis.
  • The technicalities of modern tennis forehand.
  • How to hit a topspin and reverse forehand?
  • The technicalities of Modern Tennis Backhand.
  • How to hit a single handed and double handed topspin backhand stroke?
  • The technicalities of Modern Tennis Serve.
  • How to hit a flat serve?
  • How to hit a slice serve?
  • And much more!

So don’t delay it any longer. Take this opportunity and invest in this guide now.

You will be amazed by the advanced tennis skills you will attain quickly!

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