Professional tennis is a neatly synchronized effort by well-trained players who rarely deviate from the prescribed notions of how to play the game. Highly skilled and conditioned athletes travel the world with a personal entourage, and they lead lives which are relatively well scripted.
Amateur players come to the party with a towel, a bottle of water and, maybe, a banana. Each amateur tennis players' attire, equipment, and tennis swing is as unique as his or her hopes and dreams for the life they want to lead. This diversity leads to peculiar happenings on and off the courts. Whether it relates to controlling your anger, hydrating properly, determining who to partner with to ensure victory, or captaining a team, THE TENNIS COMMANDMENTS will explain how not to take tennis or life too seriously and help people win at both tennis and life.
About the Author
TJ FAULTZ lives, writes and plays tennis (or tries to) along with friends and family in the beautiful state of Virginia. T. J. Faultz strongly believes there are obvious parallels between most sports, but particularly amateur tennis, and life.