Back to Back Issues Page Newsletter---The One-Degree Error – Why Tennis Is So Difficult
February 22, 2014
Dear tennis friends,

We often see tennis players get down on themselves after missing a shot and consequently their game falls apart for a period of time.

It is really difficult to make shots consistently - as there is always an element of risk present.

My good friend, Tomaz Mencinger, has made some calculations that painted the picture more clearly of how demanding the game of tennis is.

The questions he asked first was: If you change your racquet's angle by only one degree, by how much will you miss the target on the other side of the court?

The answer (and more) is in this article:

--> The One Degree Error - Understanding Why Tennis Is So Difficult <--

If you have any comments or feedback, feel free to share with me. I will look forward to hear from you.

Committed to your tennis success,



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