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24 Tennis Lessons

Urska Juric

Publisher: BookBaby

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This book is dedicated to tennis coaches, tennis instructors and everyone who is looking for efficient, fun and creative ways to spend time on a tennis court. It consists of 24 one-hour-long fun and creative tennis lessons that include 111 exercises.

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