Tennis Legend Mats Wilander Enters the Digital Age with New Video

Tennis icon Mats Wilander has partnered with Las Vegas based creative agency, Thought Division, to release “Mats Wilander’s Grand Slam Tennis Lessons,” the first tennis instructional video created by a former Grand Slam champion and made available via digital download via the Internet.

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It is a rare look inside the mind of a champion you just don’t see in typical instructional videos. Of course, Mats is not your typical tennis player.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

In the world of professional tennis, Mats Wilander stands among the very best ever to play the sport. He has won seven Grand Slam Championships and is a former world ranked #1 player in the world. He won his fourth Grand Slam singles title at only 20 years old, the youngest to ever achieve such an accomplishment. And now, he wants to teach his skills to the public.

“Mats is among the best that ever played the game,” says Monty Lapica, owner of Thought Division. “I say this as a tennis player and a fan of the game. Creating this instructional video with such a legend has been amazing. My game improved just being around him, watching, and listening.”

“Mats Wilander’s Grand Slam Tennis Lessons,” available for download at http://www.grandslamtennislessons.com is more than just tennis lessons; the video also includes strategies, techniques, and even stories and personal anecdotes from Mats’ professional career. Lapica says this is what makes this video something different and special.

“We not only present the highest level of professional instruction, but we also get incredible insight into Mats’ mental approach to the game. It is a rare look inside the mind of a champion you just don’t see in typical instructional videos. Of course, Mats is not your typical tennis player.”

The video, available as a digital download, boasts exceptional production quality while still being affordable because of the digital format.


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