From Library Journal
Although Burwash's conversational style tends toward redundancy and is often egotistic, he takes a practical, commonsense approach to tennis instruction. The advice is straightforward enough: on the fundamentals (including footwork, strokes, and specific shots); Burwash also offers his ideas on game strategy and on conditioning. Most public libraries will want this instructional volume in their general sports collections.- Patricia Norris, Illinois State Lib., Springfield
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