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Print Resources - Nonfiction
Publication Date: 1998-01-01
Briefly describes the equipment, skills, tactics, and rules involved in tennis.
Publication Date: 2013-04-18
Master the essential skills, take the court with confidence, and ace the competition! Tennis: Steps to Success provides in-depth, progressive instruction and accompanying full-color photos for each stroke. From forehand to backhand, serve to volley, this popular guide has you covered.
Complete Conditioning for Tennis by
Publication Date: 2016-07-29
"Improve shot power, increase on-court speed and agility, and outlast the opposition with Complete Conditioning for Tennis, the most comprehensive tennis conditioning resource available!,"
The Tennis Drill Book by
Publication Date: 2014-02-24
The world’s best tennis drill book returns—bigger, better, and more comprehensive than ever. Building on the strengths of the popular first edition, this second edition of The Tennis Drill Book includes more drills, expert instruction, advice, and analysis for today’s players and coaches.
Tennis Skills and Drills by
Publication Date: 2011-11-10
Solid groundstrokes, a confident net game, a dictating serve, a sharp return game, and specialty shots for every situation—build your game from the ground up with the techniques and shots that are essential for success in today’s versatile and powerful game. Combine that with winning tactics for singles and doubles, and Tennis Skills & Drills is your blueprint for taking your game to the next level.
Go Tennis by
Publication Date: 2006-06-19
Providing a quick-and-easy introduction to an array of sporting activities, these innovative book-and-DVD packages include step-by-step instructional photographic sequences and explanations, along with guidelines on equipment, techniques, and more, accompanied by DVDs containing real-life footage and computer graphics to help readers imitate and practice essential techniques.
Tennis Fundamentals by
Publication Date: 2004-01-19
Learning to play tennis has never been easier—or more fun—than with Tennis Fundamentals. Recreational athletes will enjoy using this resource because they will learn by doing, spending less time reading and more time on the court. With explicit yet succinct instructions and accompanying photographs, this book makes it easy for students to get right into the game.
Tennis for Dummies by
Publication Date: 1998-08-11
Tennis is a sport for a lifetime. It really is a game that you can enjoy long-term, both as a player and a spectator. Played all over the world on surfaces ranging from concrete to clay the game of tennis is exciting to watch and even more fun to play.
Print Resources for KIDS
"Simple text and full color photographs introduce beginning readers to the sport of tennis. Developed by literacy experts for students in grades two through five"
On Tennis by
Publication Date: 2014-06-24
David Foster Wallace's extraordinary writing on tennis, collected for the first time in an exclusive digital-original edition. A "long-time rabid fan of tennis," and a regionally ranked tennis player in his youth, David Foster Wallace wrote about the game like no one else. ON TENNIS presents David Foster Wallace's five essays on the sport, published between 1990 and 2006, and hailed as some of the greatest and most innovative sports writing of our time.
Print Resources - Fiction for KIDS
Jim Nasium Is a Tennis Mismatch by
Publication Date: 2016-08-01
Ten-year-old Jim Nasium is actually fairly good at table tennis, so when the new girl, tennis whiz Olivia Hartford, compliments him on his backhand he decides to join the school tennis team--but his desire to impress his new tennis partner is making him even more uncoordinated than usual.
Publication Date: 2010-04-01
While everyone in Fairyland is getting ready for the Fairy Olympics, Jack Frost's goblins steal the Sports Fairies' magic objects, and Rachel and Kristy must snag Alice's magic racquet, the goblins are going to win --- game, set, and match!