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Loving the Battle - Second Edition - Tips to Improve Your Tennis Performance - cover

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Loving the Battle - Second Edition - Tips to Improve Your Tennis Performance

Mark Tjia

Publisher: BookBaby

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Summary

Former professional player and WTA coach Mark Tjia shares the tennis knowledge gained through junior, collegiate, and professional playing experience, as well as coaching experience.
 
This book offers insightful information on the mental, physical and emotional elements of the game of tennis, breaking down the mental strategies that will help players get to a higher level of overall competitivity.
 
The book uses narratives, real-life situations, and real statistics to illustrate important concepts - concepts that are applical to players of all ages and levels.
 
Loving the Battle has been mentioned in newspapers and magazines such as Florida Tennis, Baselines, the Gainesville Sun, and ADDVantage.
 
Foreword by former NFL-All Pro Neal Anderson.

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