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Instant tennis 2 - Winning the mental game - cover

Instant tennis 2 - Winning the mental game

Infinite Ideas

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

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This little book offers you the opportunity to learn from the tennis experts to help you develop your own mental toughness. Whether you’re an aspiring Federer or simply want to play better at local club level you’ll find some great tips and techniques that will improve your game. Enjoy!

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