Since you are reading this I must assume that you have felt some frustration in your effort to take your tennis game to the next level. You may wish you were fleeter of foot, had better hand-eye co-ordination or more native power. In short, you often feel that your opponents are more talented than you. Well ...you are probably correct. Most people are not born with true athletic ability.
Should you give up? Take up fly fishing? Continue to play and simply accept one humiliating loss after another? I say no! Tennis is not designed to celebrate talent. Talent helps, but the player who can master the physics of stroking, the geometry of the court, and the psychology of head-to-head conflict can overcome superior talent in all of its many forms - speed, size, strength, quickness, hand-eye coordination...
Despite any lack of talent you may feel you have, you do not have to settle for a mediocre tennis game. Power can come from efficient strokes, speed from consistent footwork, quickness from economical preparation, and match toughness from self awareness. Within these pages are the tools you need to confront, compete with and even crush your more talented foes.