Learn the Best Singles Strategy in Tennis
When it comes to singles, what is the best way to win a point?
- Hit a winner
- Out rally your opponent into an unforced error
- Force an error
The old way of coaching singles strategy might say hit a winner, or out rally the opponent. So, when we go practice, we work on rallying crosscourt groundstrokes, trying to make 10 in a row, or work on short balls to hit winners on.
But the old way of coaching was wrong...
We don’t have to guess anymore. The data shows that most singles points on the tennis court are won by forcing errors!
25 Golden Rules of Singles$49.95 Add to cart
Your Singles Coach!
Craig O'Shannessy regularly speaks at tennis conferences & tournaments around the world as an expert analyst. He created The 25 Golden Rules of Singles for players and coaches who want to more effectively improve their singles game.
As an ATP strategy coach, Craig has access to data that isn't available to the public. He uses this information to create these strategy products on Brain Game Tennis. After discovering this groundbreaking tennis information you'll change the way you coach, play, and practice singles!