Helping coaches and players streamline their learning systems,
improve their performance, and further their understanding and
enjoyment of the game, this book provides an entertaining and
enlightening look at the physics behind how to use a racquet to
change the speed and direction of a tennis ball. Distinguishing the
science from the folklore and myth, it makes the physics of tennis
understandable to players of all skill levels. Important issues
such as the role of string tension, the meaning of power, the
importance of swing weight, and the relevance of the various sweet
spots are addressed. Athletes are shown how to play better tennis
by obeying the laws of the universe, optimizing equipment for
ultimate performance, and understanding the dynamics of tennis
events. From speed-to-spin ratios and shock vibration scales to
choosing string on a moist day, this guide covers it all.
Racquet Tech Publishing
|Country of origin:
• Rod Cross
• Crawford Lindsey
||279 x 215 x 24mm (L x W x T)
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