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An Avid fan of Tennis,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Winning Ugly: Mental Warfare in Tennis--Lessons from a Master (Taschenbuch)
I highly suggest this book to anyone around the intermediate/recreational level. But, if you are somewhat advanced and experienced I dont suggest it. It simply didn't tell me much. I usually don't like reading someone's book then go telling everyone how horrible it was, but this is different. I read this book expecting something that was a real winner. Instead all this book said is win on the important pts. that lead to ad pts. and analyze your opponent so that you can attack strength to weakness! UM DUH! It really does not tell you how to sucessfully break apart your opponent's game instead it just explains why it works and gives some examples. On the other hand, I did like the several rather funny stories Brad talkes about. And it does prove that a mental game is very important, it just doesn't help you improve it too much. I expected something much more... something that helps my strategic game and mental game.
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Ersteintrag: 01.02.2014 08:41:15 GMT+01:00
Zuletzt vom Autor geändert am 01.02.2014 09:40:11 GMT+01:00
Oliver Wolter meint:
Right on. I really fails to deliver. I also expected a lot more. Recognize - Analyse - Capitalize. I mean really, that`s it??? Come on. That is too simplistic and the examples, while interesting, add nothing to the point. I am utterly dissapointed how narrow minded this book is written. And on top of that I feel like his mental abilities are highly overrated. It is just that he is a counter-player. He reacts to what is dished out and tries to destroy his opponents game. It is inherent to these type of players and not a gift from some higher psychological insight. It can be described like an Out-Boxer compared to a Slugger. Out-Boxer look smart, but aren`t necessarily so. It is just their style, in large parts.
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