Few players can serve like Andy Roddick or Venus Williams, and rifle returns as quickly as Andre Agassi, but all the game's elite athletes have 10 characteristics in common that enable them to play their best possible tennis. As a professional player, an elite coach, and a coach of top coaches, author Nick Saviano has seen the difference that mindset can make. Now, in Maximum Tennis, Saviano draws together the common links shared by the best players—elements you can use to reach your full potential.
Play from the heart. Simplify your stroke. Focus on the elements you control. Play to your personal strengths. Maximum Tennis distills the nature of championship play into its essence, helping you play to your strengths and enjoy the game every time you step on the court. Some of the best to ever play and coach add their own examples to each of Saviano's lessons. Contributors include Jim Courier, Chris Evert, Nick Bollettieri, Billie Jean King, Stan Smith, and many more.
According to Saviano, great players aren't born; they're made. In Maximum Tennis, this internationally recognized coach draws from his experience on the courts and behind the scenes with some of the sport's top names. He reveals concepts any player can learn—and every coach can teach—to help you reach your full potential and enhance your love of the game.