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The Tennis Parent’s Bible : 1st & 2nd Editions

 

The Tennis Parent’s Bible: Second Edition Paperback (2016) by Frank Giampaolo 

 

The 2nd Edition of The Tennis Parent’s Bible delves even deeper than the original bestselling Tennis Parent’s Bible- an essential guide for the competitive junior tennis player, parent and coach.

The second edition opens the door to thousands of hours of athlete-coach specific instruction and parental job descriptions that will save thousands of dollars and hours of wasted time, tears and anguish.

Frank clearly spells out what tennis parents need to know and understand about how to navigate their young tennis athletes through this maze of the highly competitive and performance driven sport. Regardless of the stage of development, the ultimate goal of the book  is to maximize player potential at the quickest rate.

The evolutionary state of tennis demands parents be more involved and informed. Specific roles and responsibilities of the player, coach and parent are outlined for greater synergy, team harmony and accelerated athletic growth. It’s essential reading for those interested in developing confident, self-reliant and accomplished children.

 

 

The Tennis Parent’s Bible: A Comprehensive Survival Guide to Becoming a World Class Tennis Parent or Coach (2014)

 

The Tennis Parent’s Bible is a comprehensive survival guide to becoming a world class tennis parent or coach. This book opens the door to hundreds of hours of player specific instruction, while saving thousands of dollars, time and anguish.

The Tennis Parent’s Bible should be required reading for every inspiring player, coach and player. Tennis teaching professionals, academy directors, college coaches and/or high school coaches who have kept current with behavioural sports science will find this book an excellent reference.

For tennis industry individuals who have yet to incorporate organizational or behavioural science into their teaching, this book will provide a wealth of new insights into teaching strategies.

For parents of beginning recreational players to advanced tournament players, this book will prove an invaluable developmental tennis guide. For those parents currently in the trenches of junior competition this book will help you critique, re-evaluate and direct your child’s tennis team. Regardless of the stage of development, the book will assist you, the tennis parent, in maximizing your child’s tennis potential at the quickest rate.

The evolutionary state of tennis demands parents be more involved and informed, due to the ever increasing demands of the game. The competition is bigger, faster and stronger. Around the globe, the competition is training more efficiently. The days of raising a talented athlete while being a passive parent are long gone. The Tennis Parent’s Bible is essential reading for those interested in developing confident, self-reliant and accomplished children.

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