Best Tennis Books 2021

1. “Open: An Autobiography” by Andre Agassi (2009): This inspiring memoir from one of the world’s greatest tennis players is an honest look into Agassi’s life on and off the court. It is a testament to the power of determination and hard work.

2. “The Education of a Tennis Player” by Rod Laver (1971): This book is an autobiography of one of the game’s greatest players. It is an inspiring story of commitment and dedication, and a must-read for any aspiring tennis player.

3. “The Mental Game of Tennis” by Patrick J. Cohn and Robert S. Weinberg (2009): This book provides an in-depth look into how mental toughness can help you excel in the game of tennis. It is a must-read for anyone looking to up their mental game.

4. “The Inner Game of Tennis” by W. Timothy Gallwey (1974): This classic book is a timeless guide to mastering the mental side of tennis. It is a must-read for anyone looking to take their game to the next level.

5. “Winning Ugly” by Brad Gilbert (1994): This book is a great resource for anyone looking to sharpen their mental game. It provides practical advice on how to overcome obstacles and come out on top in any match.