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"Winning Ugly explains Brad's formula for a winning tennis game. He understands the mental part of tennis better than anyone I have ever met. Brad helped me improve my game and I believe he can improve yours." (Andre Agassi)
"Priceless for tennis players of all levels." (Chris Fowler, ESPN)
"Winning Ugly is great. These are pro tactics that will improve a recreational player's game fast. Winning Ugly teaches how to play better tennis and is very entertaining." (Pete Sampras)
"Winning Ugly is a totally new approach to getting more out of your tennis game. I wish it had been around when I was learning how to play." (Jim Courier)
Brad Gilbert is considered by experts to be among the world’s foremost tennis analysts. A former “Giant Killer” on the ATP Tour, his acute observations are now heard worldwide on ESPN. Gilbert has coached Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, and Andy Murray among others. He lives in San Rafael, California, with his wife, Kim, and three children, Zach, Julian, and Zoe. Visit his website at BradGilbertTennis.com.
Steve Jamison collaborated with legendary UCLA coach John Wooden on the national bestseller Wooden on Leadership. He lives in San Francisco, California. Visit his website at SteveJamison.com.
Especially seful in my pregame preparation, both mentally and physically. Helped me to develop a pre-game strategy.Published 21 days ago by Paula W
Great book. One can skip a lot of the outdated exercise and equipment sections (jock strap anyone? Read morePublished 21 days ago by jmc
Brad Gilbert is a great technical coach for tennis. No fluff in his writing or coaching.Published 1 month ago by John K
Great book for beginners and advanced players who want to enjoy the game.Published 1 month ago by mm
This book is full of practical advise from an experimented player to tennis players of every level. All propositions are backed with sound and common sense explanations. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rodrigo Diez
If you are a 4.5 or High School Junior trying to figure out how to think like a champion. This is the book to read. This book gives you an insight on how to win.Published 1 month ago by Kia & CoachVtennis
The original version of this book took me from an average high school player to a D2 college tennis athlete. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen A.C.
Great way to approach the game. Lots of good tips even though the players he talks about are no longer in the forefront of the game.Published 1 month ago by Alesha Willis