MAY 25 1.00 pm US Central: Webinar 24: Andre Agassi Patterns Of Play

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  • Imagine if you could think like Andre Agassi. This webinar lets you into the mind of a tennis great and clearly shows you how he blends point score, opponent's weakness, and his own strengths to defeat opponents.
  • Watch parts of three matches to identify how he creates completely different match-ups against different opponents.
  • Learn the Eight Serve Factors, which act like filters for your serve decision-making process.
  • Listen to two post-match interviews to hear first-hand how one of the best minds ever in our sport dissects opponents.
  • Learn from Agassi's mentailty = "It does not boil down to it's all or nothing. It comes down to continuing a certain game plan, a certain execution, and making the guy play great tennis to beat you."
  • Be able to predict Agassi's serve location and pattern of play before the point starts.
  • Learn how point score is directly related to employing primary or secondary patterns of play.
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Welcome to the world's best tennis strategy!

Craig O'Shannessy is widely recognized as the world leader in researching and teaching tennis strategy. Craig has coached tennis at all levels of the game for the past 35 years. He has been the official strategy analyst for two Grand Slam events (Wimbledon & Australian Open) as well as having worked with Novak Djokovic for three years (2017-19), helping guide the Serb back to No. 1 in the world while winning four Grand Slam titles. Craig has also been the strategy analyst for the ATP Tour for a decade, analyzing the best players on the biggest stage in our sport.

Craig brings all of that experience to this singles webinar, using winning percentages to teach the best patterns of play when serving, returning, rallying, and approaching.

Webinar 24 Andre Agassi Patterns Of Play (Two Hours)

Imagine if you could think like Andre Agassi. ⭐️🧠

I have always rated him as one of the elite tennis minds, and his ability to dissect an opponent is second to none. Andre Agassi spent 101 weeks at No. 1 and accumulated 60 titles, including eight Grand Slam titles.

Andre is a master tactician. He plugs his game style into his opponent's way of playing and does a masterful job of attacking their weakness. This two-hour webinar is the beating heart of Brain Game Tennis strategy. You will watch parts of three matches against Scott Draper (Washington Final 1998) as well as Mark Philippoussis and Yevgeny Kafelnikov from the 2000 Australian Open. You will get inside Agassi's mind and be able to predict serve and return patterns, as well as how he constructs points from the baseline differently against all three opponents.

The webinar also features two post-match interviews (Draper & Kafelnikov matches) that really let you inside the mind of a champion.

A sample of the topics covered in this webinar include:

  • You will constantly be able to predict the direction of his serve and groundstrokes.
  • Learn the serve factors that matter most to decision-making.
  • The right time to mix serve locations.
  • When to adjust your strategy to surprise your opponent.
  • Agassi's 5-step between-point routine.
  • The advantage of court position.
  • How to "climb the ladder."
  • Understand the concept of "mentally bleeding" by showing frustration.
  • How many times should you "step into the ball" during a point?
  • How to hit drop shots to change the opponent's court position on the next point.
  • Understand that winning big titles doesn't "boil down to it's all or nothing."
  • Learn how to take self-imposed pressure and give it to your opponent.