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TennisWarrior.com Introduces a Revolutionary Tennis Tip That Allows Players to Develop Better Playing Skills

Tennis expert Tom Veneziano teaches players of all levels that playing like a pro is possible simply by adopting "mental toughness." This revolutionary theory puts less emphasis on physical skill than traditional teachings, and more emphasis on reasoning to guide players towards on-court success

Houston, TX (PRWeb) January 30, 2007 -- TennisWarrior.com (www.tenniswarrior.com) is proud to announce a new set of tennis tips and training guides that will help players learn how to win consistently and always play their best game. Players who have followed the traditional mindset that physical skill wins matches will be surprised at Tom Veneziano's stance that mental outlook can -- and often does -- make the difference between a winner and a loser.

TennisWarrior.com believes that each player can think and play more like a pro simply by changing their mental attitude on the court. With the Australian Open rapidly approaching on January 15, 2007, Mr. Veneziano maintains that watching professional players move past mistakes to recover shots and win matches only proves his theory.

At TennisWarrior.com, those seeking to improve their skills can choose from a variety of products to improve their mental skills on the court. The most popular book, The Truth About Winning, is available alone or as part of a complete "Warrior Package."

Mr. Veneziano offers his main tennis tip to "think like a warrior" throughout his website offerings and states, "The top pros are focused on staying positive for the next point and not wallowing in their past mistakes. At the Australian Open the first place prize does not only go to the player with the best physical skills, but to the one with the best mental skills."

Despite this non-traditional approach Mr. Veneziano and his Tennis Warrior program present, players are seeing results. Greg Spurgeon from Euless, Texas, says, "I just recently bought your books and CD's on the Tennis Warrior mentality. It has made a huge difference in my game. Your teachings are revolutionary, yet so simple. It wasn't my stroke technique that needed correcting, but my mind."

To learn more, visit www.tenniswarrior.com.

About TennisWarrior.com:
TennisWarrior.com was launched in 1999 by professional tennis instructor Tom Veneziano. After teaching his revolutionary approach for over 20 years -- and seeing positive results -- he decided to offer his program on a wider scale. Today, players from all over the world have access to virtually every tennis tip Mr. Veneziano has to offer through his writings, online training sessions, free email lessons and books/CD products.

( An http://IPRWire.com Press Release )

Contact Info:

Name: Tom Veneziano
Address: 10855 Meadowglen Lane Suite 1022
City: Houston
State: TX
Country: USA
Zip: 77042

Web Address: www.tenniswarrior.com
Business Blog: http://iblogit.com/tenniswarrior
Phone: 713-784-3116

Press Contact: Tom Veneziano
Company Name: TennisWarrior.com
Email: email protected from spam bots
Phone: 713-784-3116
Website: www.tenniswarrior.com

Press Release Source: EMediaWire


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