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Learn From the Greatest Minds the Game Has Ever Known
Struggling to find your game? Can’t quite figure out what is going wrong in matches and don’t know how to fix it on the practice court?
Tennis can be one of the most frustrating sports in the world to play, believe me we understand.
How would you like some help from 4 coaches who have won 90 Grand Slam Titles?
Rod Laver, John Newcombe, Fred Stolle and Roy Emerson…
Plus get 100 videos of instruction from 20 of the Best Online Instructors in the world.
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Check out the Most Comprehensive Training Course on the Planet in 2015. Taught by Grand Slam Champions and the Best Online Coaches in the World…
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What’s Inside this Legendary Course?
40 Videos from the Legends. You will find yourself wanting to watch these videos over and over again.
60 Plus Videos from Elite Professional Peter Freeman covering doubles drills, warm up drills, doubles return of serve drills and instruction, on court hitting conditioning drills, point analysis, and slow motion technical analysis
100 Videos From the best coaches in the world: Learn the serve, volley, forehand, backhand, and mental training from:
- Tennis One (Featuring Tim Mayotte, Ken Flach, Doug King, Pat Dougherty, Jim McLennan, Ken Dehart, Doug Eng, Michael McDowell, and Christopher Delavaut)
- Simon and Alex from Top-Tennis Training,
- The Tennis Vault with Coach Kyril and Coach Mauro,
- Cosmin Miholca from Webtennis24.com,
- Kevin Garlington, Total Tennis Domination
- Brent Abel from Web Tennis,
- Clay Ballard, Top Speed Tennis
What You Will Learn from the Legends?
John Newcombe – Legendary Match and Practice Strategies
- Learn to think differently…understand the difference between what a rec player vs. a grand slam champion chooses to focus on in practice and match play.
- Learn how to schedule out your season so you peak at the right times of the year. Did you know all pros plan to peak at certain times of the year? This is called Periodization, it is a process to which you chunk your season into 4 phases. The last phase is the competition phase, and the pros know how to peak at the most important moments. An athlete can only peak 5 to 6 times per year so this is a super important concept to master if you want to reach that next level.
- Learn how to properly analyze all your matches. Newk said he would always find a quiet place immediately after a match so he could analyze what just happened. We provide you with Newk’s Match Cheat Sheet so you know exactly what to evaluate and what steps to take after each match.
- Probe for your opponents weakness and develop a game plan before the match even starts. Newk takes us on court and shows us his secret formula for evaluating his opponents game and how he formulated a winning strategy.
Rod Laver – Achieving Tennis Greatness
- Learn what made Rod Laver great. Rod tells us what the key components are to developing a great tennis player.
- Learn to Practice like a grand slam champion. There was one drill in particular all the legends claim was their favorite drill for getting in top shape and developing all the shots in the book. We thought is was such a valuable drill that we added 8 different versions of it.
- Learn the keys to playing your best tennis under pressure. Rod was a master at this, and he shares his insider secrets with you.
- How to prepare for greatness by practicing winning habits. Rod’s coach Charlie Hollis even improved Rod’s game in a fishing boat. Classic story.
Roy Emerson – Legendary Doubles Lessons
- Warm Up Drills to hit the court warm, and sharp.
- Return drills so you never miss a return…like Roy emphasized.
- Hot seat volley exercises so you don’t feel like a sitting duck at the net.
- Learn how to add two shots to you game most rec players struggle with but rarely practice correctly.
Fred Stolle – Master Technique
- Developing a consistent toss
- How to get to the net faster when you have lost a step or two
- How to add a nasty slice to your serve
- How to add power
- Different stance options that will make it easier to serve
- Also find 30 additional videos on the serve with Pete’s Serving A to Z Course
- Plus we break down video analysis on stroke production featuring our rock star international players.
Skeptical these legends can help transform your game?
Take a listen to players who gladly pay $5,000 a year to get trained by the Legends?
Still want more?
How about 100 additional videos from 20 of the best online coaches in the world?
The Verdict Is In!!! Video and Written Reviews on Legends Guide to Tennis Mastery…
Julian Ricci5.0 Tennis Player, California
Scott Johnson3.5 Player, Georgia
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- Rod Laver Bio
- What Made You so Great
- Rod on the Power of Preparation and Visualization
- Putting It All Together
- The Secret Swings
- Rod and Roy Emerson’s Favorite Exercise
- Jr. Warm Up Routine
- 2 on 1 Drills Back Court
- 2 on 1 Net
- Laver’s 2 on 1 Cross Courts
- Laver’s 2 on 1 Down the Line
- Laver’s 2 on 1 Round and Round
- Laver Baton Drill
- Laver’s Quick Switch
- Volley Switch
- Laver’s Spike Volley
- Fred Stolle Bio
- Paying Your Dues
- Fred on What Makes a Good Doubles Player
- Fred on Vitas
- Fred on How to Add Power and Consistency to Your Serve
- Fred How to Deal with Foot Faults
- Fred on Going After Your Toss
- Fred On Stance Options
- Fred’s Verbal Timing Cue
- Fred on the Keys to a Solid Slice
- Fred on the Serve and Volley
- Fred Doubles Pointers
- Fred Doubles Point Play
- Fred Wrap Up
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: Who Should Get this Ball?
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: Don’t Delay When You Play
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: Calm Down Son
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: Placement Over Power
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: How to Play the Hot Seat
- Stolle’s Doubles Analysis: Feel the Opening
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: A Big NO NO in the Hot Seat
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: Move It Forward
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: Leave IT Alone
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: Close Up the Gaps
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: Time Is Not on Your Side
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: HOT Seat Challenge
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: Study the Shapes of Strokes
- Emerson’s Doubles Analysis: How Should I Play this Ball Off a Lob Return?
- Kevin Garlington
- Forehand Domination Foundation: Forehand Overview
- Forehand Domination Foundation: Foundation
- Forehand Domination Foundation: Ready Position
- Forehand Domination Foundation: Unit Turn
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Movement
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Loading
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Loading Part 2
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Movement Positions
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Recovery
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Learn to Close Your Stance
- Forehand Domination Footwork: Advanced Footwork
- Forehand Domination Shoulder: Shoulders
- Forehand Domination Shoulder: Arm Extension
- Forehand Domination Shoulder: Bent Arm Or Straight Arm
- Forehand Domination Swing: Swing
- Forehand Domination Swing: Swing Part 2
- Forehand Domination Swing: Leverage Racquet
- Forehand Domination Swing: Leverage Body
- Serve: Intro
- Serve: Balance
- Serve: Rotation
- Serve: Placement
- Serve: Strategy
- Serve: Strategy 2