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Why subscribe? Because every month you receive the latest, most powerful information to become a better tennis player, to understand the game at new levels, and to increase your love for this magnificent sport.
And now because of our incredible mobile access! Every issue—as well as all back issues and our complete archives--are now completely ipad and iphone compatible.
Now you can read Tennisplayer anywhere you can get a signal. And learn how to use it directly on court.
In an exclusvie instructional series, we show you how to compare your strokes in high speed video side by side with the best players in the world—as well as to assess your progress over time--without having to buy expensive cameras and software!
It’s difficult to understand how much is really on Tennisplayer until you explore for yourself!
First, our unmatched lesson articles. Every month we publish the latest work from the best coaches in the world.
Want to see Tennisplayer creator John Yandell’s analysis of our phenomenal high speed pro footage and how to use it to raise the quality of your game?
See John Yandell’s analysis of the strokes top players and how to incorporate pro technique into your game.
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We have high speed stroke archives of all the top players, including current Grand Slam Champions Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray, as well as Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Victoria Azerenka, and many others. These archives, exclusively on Tennisplayer are filmed in live match play--not practice--and allow you to view the strokes of top players from multiple angles at up to 500 frames per second. Click Here to see the samples!
Tennisplayer is the only place in the world where you study the greatest players in high def, high speed video, frame by frame!
And unlike the inferior medium of free clips on the internet, they allow you to study these players frame by frame—a must to really understand the incredibly dynamic motions we call tennis strokes. And now in our new patterns archives you can study how these great players put their amazing strokes together to win points and matches.
In the last few years, the internet has been flooded with instructional material of every kind and quality. Some of it is phenomenally overpriced, covers only one aspect of the game, and/or is the work self-styled experts without the background or experience to understand or teach the game.
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