On this episode of the podcast, top tennis strategist Craig O’Shannessy will reveal the secret formula for transforming how you play the game: the first four shots. In this strategy masterclass, Craig presents mind-blowing statistics that definitively prove why we are focusing on the wrong rally lengths in practice, how to change our training and tactics for maximum results, and how to dominate the first four shots to win more matches.
Craig is widely recognized as the world leader in teaching and analyzing tennis strategy. He specializes in this specific area of the sport, and created his online Brain Game Tennis programs to teach players, coaches and fans the patterns of play and winning percentages that dominate our sport. Craig has worked with numerous professional tennis players, including Mario Berrettini, Kevin Anderson, Amer Delic, Rajeev Ram and Dustin Brown, when Dustin defeated Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon. He is also frequently featured as a commentator and analyst at all the Grand Slams and big tournaments around the globe.
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