DRESHER, Pa. (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
For the past 50 years, William Strain’s life has revolved around the game of tennis. Whether he is stringing rackets, out on the court or teaching a new student to play, Strain feels happiest with a racket in his hand and the hard court beneath his feet.
Strain’s new tennis guide, “The Seeds of Tennis” (published by AuthorHouse), shares his knowledge and expertise of the game with the readers new to the game, current players and advanced players looking to improve their current skills.
Clear and concise, “The Seeds of Tennis” outlines the basic strokes that make up the game and offers advice on how to do each stroke and make contact with the ball correctly. Strain also advises readers on proper serving techniques and offers advice for fixing common bad habits that players often develop with their stroke and serving techniques.
Strain also explains the basic rules of the game and points out certain times and points where players can take advantage of their opponents. His advice will help readers lay a strong foundation for their tennis skills while offering guidance on growing those skills.
Through his book, Strain hopes to instill a love for the game of tennis in his readers and provide them with a reference guide to be used as they become better players.
“The Seeds of Tennis”
By William Strain
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781504904469
E-Book | 56 pages | ISBN 9781504904452
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
William Strain has been involved with the tennis game for more than 50 years. He taught chemistry at a high school for 33 years and is a member of the Professional Tennis Registry, U.S. National Tennis Association and the U.S. Racquet Stringers Association.
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