Billie Jean King - Secrets of Success from a 39-Time Grand Slam Championby Womens Tennis Coaching Association
Not only did Billie Jean King take massive risks to bring more equality in Women's Tennis... she also won 39 Grand Slam Titles!
In this course, Billie Jean King reveals:
- The single most important skill when it comes to ball striking.. that nobody on TV is talking about.
- The secret to getting your players to hit their targets more consistently... while keeping their mind peaceful and calm.
- The 4 step process ANY player can quickly learn to reduce unforced errors, almost immediately.
Besides practical training secrets, Billie Jean King shares some of the key traits that seperates champions from "good" or "great" players. The story she has about the WIlliams sisters "Mini Tennis" experiment, will open your eyes.
Success leaves clues. And if you truly want to help your players maximize their abilities on court, Billie Jean King's "Secrets of Success from a 39-Time Grand Slam Champion" will certainly help you help them.
Besides being a 39 time Grand Slam Champion, Billy Jean King spearheaded the movement for gender equality and has long been a pioneer for equality and social justice.
At 29, she won the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match against the Bobby Riggs.
She also founded the WTA and the Women's Sports Federation.
She is widely considered one of the GOAT's in women's tennis, and has been inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame.
In 2010 she was given the Fed Cup Award of Excellence and was one of the Time Persons of the Year in 1975.
She has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year lifetime achievement award.
In 1990, Billy Jean was inducted into the National Women's Hall fo Fame and in 2006, the USTA National Tennis Center in New York City was renamed the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
In 2018, she was honored with the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award.