Consistent Tennis Wins [VHS]
"I have ordered many helpful teaching videos but yours are definitely the best." -- Tom Avery's Totally Tennis Nov. 25, 2002
"One viewing of Tom's video helped me pinpoint and correct fundamental flaws in my game." -- Tom Avery's Totally Tennis Nov. 25, 2002
"This instructional tape is a winner. My two lessons with a pro were fruitless. Enjoy!" -- Tom Avery's Totally Tennis Nov. 25, 2002
I recommend this program to those who want to play tennis at the next level." -- Tom Avery's Totally Tennis Nov. 25, 2002
Top Customer Reviews
Our local tennis club (Horseshoe Bay Resort & Club) has a very good USPTA pro/teacher, but this video is a great augmentation. We'll be ordering a couple of others in the series very soon, and will post reviews of them as well.
The only weak spot is his instruction on the Serve which I don't agree. Tom hits his serve in a way I've rarely seen and not the way I've been instructed before by former top touring pros. Moreover, he only hits one type of serve and doesn't really go into any detail. The USTA and USPTA (yes I am serious about tennis and have seen all the other videos including Bollietteri, Jensen, Annacone..etc. and recommend Tom's over all others on mechanics) both put out good DVDs on how to serve. That said, his Serve video does have good tips such as ball toss.
Mostly geared toward the beginner to intermediate players but helpful for even the most advance players too! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND his DVDs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a tennis coach and former pro player. I'd say this series are really amazing. I have learnt a lot about teaching.Published on February 26, 2013 by Roshanaie , farhad
He's a (ahem) mature coach with tennis shorts which don't cover as much as they should (some guys think they still have thighs worth seeing at 65 years old, I guess). Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by chartel
Tom Avery is able to demonstrate on the video as well as verbally describe how to hit the ball in various situations. Very helpful video.Published on April 13, 2009 by DeeK
Tom Avery doesn't over-complicate things, nor does he oversimplify them. You can't wait to apply what you've learned! Read morePublished on January 30, 2008 by Midwest Bronx Bomber Fan
Tom Avery does an excellent job of teaching tennis. His step by step approach with out overload is just what the student wants. Good for all level players. Read morePublished on July 20, 2007 by Thomas J. Capobianco
It would be better if the video had slow motion sequences. But in general, the video has several useful tips and advices.Published on August 1, 2005 by Tennis lover
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