How do you give yourself the best chance of winning
every time you go on the court? By playing your best tennis. But, how to do that? There are Eight Golden Rules
that, when understood and applied, will give you the best chance of playing your best. These eight unwritten rules deal with attitude, stress management, competition, the zone, and winning.
-- Mary Carillo
CBS and ESPN Sports:
"Sally Huss has written a simple, sparkling gem of a book.
It is wise and gentle, and gives to tennis players what the great UCLA coach John Wooden gave to basketball players with his Pyramid of Success. If you do what Sally suggests you will be more than a better player; you'll be a better person.
Perhaps her book should be called Eight Golden Rules for How To Live Your Best Life."
-- Dick Enberg,
CBS and ESPN Sports:"Loved the book.
The message in her book is direct, kind, respectful and in its wondrous simplicity, as sharp as a backhand winner down the line. If I were to start playing again, I'd be best served to read this book FIRST and then GRIP a racquet. Game, Set, and Match, Ms. Huss! Oh My!"
-- Billie Jean King,
39 Grand Slam Titles, Founder of World Team Tennis:
"Tennis is a lifetime sport and fun for players of all ages. In Eight Golden Rules for How to Play Your Best Tennis, Sally Huss shows you how to get the most out of your game,
and how much fun playing tennis can be."
If this book sounds like something you’d like, scroll up and grab a copy.
You might also enjoy Sally’s book EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW IN LIFE YOU CAN LEARN ON A TENNIS COURT.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
A former Wimbledon semi-finalist, and National and Wimbledon Junior Champion, Sally (Moore) Huss has played tennis all of her life. She was taught the game by master teaching pro George Toley at the Los Angeles Tennis Club. Huss gathered championships and Rankings during her younger years. Then through her work in dance therapy, zen and tail chi she created a unique way of playing tennis that was powerful yet stress-free. She taught her method on private courts in Beverly Hills, Malibu, and eventually became the head rackets pro at The Aspen Club in Colorado. After marrying her husband, Marv, Sally put down her rackets and focused on her other passions -- art and writing. This resulted in 26 Sally Huss Galleries across the country. Her licensed work found its way onto lines of purses, clothing, wallpaper, baby bibs, greeting cards, ceramics, etc. Once again she picked up her rackets and gathered a few more championships in senior divisions. Presently her commissioned art and writing, especially her children's books, take up most of her time. Her King Features syndicated panel for newspapers, "Happy Musings" is on her daily to-do list, along with playing an occasional ladies league match. As she says, "Everyone wins in tennis because everyone starts with love!"