Is there something you should know about the angle of the sun when your tennis opponent is left-handed? Is the reverse top-spin shot - the "kicker" - fundamentally altered in left-handed tennis? By one estimate, one in six of us is likely to be a left-hander. Play two matches this weekend, singles and doubles, and you will probably run into one. And in tennis the left-hander IS dangerous. Why? Look at it this way. You are right-handed. Most of the people he plays are right-handed. Thus HE is accustomed to YOUR game, while you are forced to reverse almost everything you have learned in order to adjust to him. His advantage...or is it? What are the uses of the tandem formation against left-handed doubles? How do you hit a lob to left-handers? The answers are all here; no aspect of the game is overlooked. And finally, because not every left-hander is our natural enemy, the book concludes with a chapter on the left-handed doubles partner.
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Book Description Doubleday, 1975. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110385063687