Keywords:Training, Clay court, Game theory, Strategy
The ITF Coaching department is proud to welcome you to the 56th issue of Coaching and Sport Science Review, in this the 20th anniversary of its launch. The articles in this monographic tactics issue cover a number of topics, including how to train clay court strategy, modern doubles tactics and patterns, common flaws in strategy, and ‘game theory’. The articles within this special issue come from a number of contributors, including Javier Piles- the ATP touring coach of David Ferrer, four- time Grand Slam doubles champion Wayne Black, Carlos Rodriquez- coach of former world number 1 Justine Henin and leading tennis researchers from around the world. We hope that this collection of articles will form a comprehensive coaching resource on tactics of the modern game of tennis.
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