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”The best coaches are those who combine creative instruction with electric motivation. A coach must have the ability to teach basic facts and skills, as well as the capacity to inspire athletes to perform at their very best. This is what separates Nick Bollettieri from others. His passion for tennis is infectious. His determination to produce a champion's best is well documented.”
Dick Enberg, CBS Sports announcer
”As usual, Nick has shown his comprehensive knowledge of tennis and the industry in Bollettieri's Tennis Handbook. If anyone has seen it all and done it all—and has a right to say it all—it's my friend and respected colleague, Nick Bollettieri.”
Tim Heckler, CEO of the USPTA
”Nick has successfully coached male and female beginners, intermediates, wanna-be pros, great champions, and other tennis instructors. There's nothing left...get the book.”
Vic Braden, author and tennis professional
”Nick is not just a coach, he's also a friend and someone you can talk to. As a coach he really knows what to tell a player so that the player will be able to take the next step to be on the top. Nick has personally helped me realize that I need the small things more than the large things.”
Serena Williams, professional tennis player
No one knows tennis like the author. In his new book, you'll discover how to overcome some of the problems the game presents and how to be at the top of your game. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susanna Hutcheson
Excellent book, provide tons of information to help my students achieve great success. This is a must read for anyone that coaches tennis.Published 18 months ago by Eric Butler
My son teaches tennis for a living. He really likes this book. It arrived in mint condition and was packed in Amazon's usual excellent fashion.Published on February 6, 2013 by Karen Starr
I agree with some of the reviews that the material may be a bit technical for beginners. But if you're serious about improving your tennis - both the techniques and the mental... Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by spot50
John McEnroe wrote a review for one of Bollotierri's books. McEnroe said that Nick didn't know anything about tennis....Nick printed it.Published on September 18, 2010 by jtennis