Whenever we start practicing a new sport, we are guided by the desire to follow the footsteps of sports legends. When it comes to tennis, learning about your idols encourages you to practice the sport and to improve your abilities. With this said, there is a new way to learn about the tennis legends from their perspective. That’s why audiobooks are a new innovative way to learn. There are many tennis audiobooks, yet some of them stand out from the rest.
Learning about the legend Federer. William Skidelsky wrote a magnificent piece of sports history called Federer and Me: A Story of Obsession. With this, you can learn about the most interesting facts and anecdotes of the tennis player Roger Federer. This widely entertaining and enlightening memoir recounts a consuming obsession with the tennis career of Federer and sheds some vital analysis about tennis overall.
Getting to know Maria Sharapova. This remarkable tennis player has endured a very dramatic and hard lifestyle since turning pro-player for the Women’s Tennis Association. In the memoir Unstoppable: My Life So Far, you can learn all about the life of one of the greatest female tennis players in history. Sharapova prepared this audiobook to explain most of the controversial moments in her career. Undoubtedly, this audiobook promises to be a rollercoaster.
Research the earlier legends. Before Federer, Nadal and Djokovic, there was a whole generation of excellent tennis players that constructed the foundations of what you know as tennis today. From that period, the legend Andre Agassi is a must-know tennis player. With the aid of his audiobook Open: An Autobiography, you can learn all about those old days of the tennis world with the help of this former number #1 player.
Tennis lesson with Sampras. Another tennis giant of the level of Federer, Nadal and Agassi is no other than another former number #1, Pete Sampras. This remarkable tennis player helps you understand more about the inner workings of tennis and everything he did to become one the greatest players in history. In his book, A Champion’s Mind: Lessons from a Life in Tennis, you can hear, with the aid of Mark Deakins, many interesting details about the intricacy and functioning of the tennis world.
Some theory is always good. Although is constantly better to learn about tennis from the perspective of the greatest tennis players in existence, you need to make some room for the ideas of another bunch of excellent tennis experts: tennis analysts. That’s why The Inner Game of Tennis: The Classic Guide to the Mental Side of Peak Performance by W. Timothy is an excellent audiobook that prepares you in one of the most important things of your tennis game, meaning your “inner game” or “mental game” to overcome mental obstacles and improve concentration during the game.
Don’t miss the chance to learn more about this magnificent sport through the unique avenue of audiobooks. Only by studying and practicing you will become an amazing tennis player. Now is your moment.