Using analytics to break serve
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Introducing "The New Rules of Singles!"
If you’re a singles player and you’re unhappy with your strategy, specifically, your shot selection, a lot of the times you feel like you’re hitting the wrong shots…
Then we want to invite you to pick up a copy of “The New Rules Of Singles,” because inside tennis analytics expert Craig O’Shannessy shows you 20 “new rules,” new strategies that have the highest winning percentage…
When you plug these strategies into your game, you’ll immediately start hitting the right shots and win more matches.
Bonus #1: Crush Pushers With Analytics
Crush Pushers With Analytics
Pushers are those super-annoying opponents with ugly strokes who run everything down, moonball it back, and win because you start missing.
What if we could use analytics to beat a Pusher once and for all? Well, we can. There are four phases of the game: serving, returning, rallying, and approaching. For each phase, Craig shows you the data-driven strategy for beating a Pusher in a way that allows you to play smart-aggressive tennis that limits your mistakes.
Bonus #2: Big Point Strategy
Big Point Strategy
When most players play a big point, they rely on their gut. But Craig, he relies on the data. There are four types of big points we focus on in this bonus: Saving break point, converting break point, winning tiebreakers, and closing out a lead…
In particular, we think you’ll find the tiebreakers strategy fascinating, because Craig was part of one of the most consequential series of tiebreakers in history when Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in five sets in the 2019 Wimbledon Final…
Djokovic won three tiebreakers to win The Championships thanks to the lockdown strategy Craig gave him before the match, and when you start using this same strategy, you’ll become a clutch player.
Bonus #3: The Practice Court Is Broken
Practice Court Is Broken
“The practice court is broken” is a line Craig uses to describe the fact that most players practice the “old rules,” the old school strategies that are inferior (for example, the strategy of trying to break down your opponent’s backhand in long rallies, because that will only account for 10% of the points you’ll win)...
In this bonus, Craig gives you a new practice plan that lets you practice the “new rules,” the new strategies that will win you the most points.
Like everything else in “The New Rules Of Singles,” these drills are backed by the analytics, and are designed to get you winning more matches as fast as possible.