Thursday, January 06, 2011

The $500 Million (and Counting) Question of Tennis

Are you familiar with the term commonly known as the “$64,000 Question”?

The origin of this term originated from a TV game show where the contestant would win the ultimate prize - which was a check for $64,000 - if they could answer one final question posed by the host.

Well, starting this 2011, we’ll start presenting you more instructional information in this blog, and where we’re going to start is by asking you to begin thinking about the tennis instructional equivalent of the proverbial “$64,000 Question”.

Look carefully at the stroke sequence images below and explain what they show and why what’s shown below is probably one of the most crucial elements to ultimate tennis performance on the court today.

Actually, the question we’re posing here is more like a “$500 million Question” because that’s about how much prize money and endorsement income that has been earned - so far - between the two players whose games are based on what you see in the images above.

If you think you can correctly explain what’s happening and why it’s so important to tennis performance, write it down and email to us at tennisspeed[at] We’ll be accepting your responses until February 1st, 2011.

In future posts, we’ll explain the what, why and how of those images, don’t you worry!

And when we do, we hope that you will be able to use that information to finally achieve the tennis performance that probably until now, you’ve only dreamed about.


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