101 Tennis Tips From A World Class Coach VOLUME 2: A Common Sense Approach to Tennis by Harold Mollin

101 Tennis Tips From A World Class Coach VOLUME 2: A Common Sense Approach to Tennis

byHarold Mollin

Kobo ebook | May 18, 2015

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This is the volume 2 of Harold Mollin’s bestseller 101 TENNIS TIPS FROM A WORLD CLASS COACH. You will discover 100 additional Tennis tips!

You will discover in the book great tips about tennis: technique/stroke production, tennis drills – stroke production, the mental side of the game, court strategies, singles play, doubles play, exercise/fitness drills and footwork drills.

“101 Tennis Tips From A World Class Coach - A Common Sense Approach to Tennis” will give you tennis tips on:

1. Play On All Kind Of Surfaces

2. Quick Server - Learn What To Do With This Cheater

3. Every Shot… Every Way…  Every Time

4. Close Close Close - And Know When!


Mr. Mollin, an American citizen, is currently one of Thailand’s National Veterans

Tennis Champions (singles and doubles) along with being Asian ITF Tennis

Champion (singles and doubles), the former owner of tennis clubs / academies

in the United States as well as being the former Chairman and Publisher of one of

the United Kingdom’s foremost Men’s, Women’s, and Young Teen’s fitness


He brings a proven tennis expertise in training champions. Prior to his long

business career, Mr. Mollin was coached and worked with the former Australian

Davis Cup coach and probably the most famous tennis coach in the world,

Mr. Harry Hopman. Mr. Mollin helped coach and trained with numerous Grand Slam

and international champions such as John McEnroe and Vitus Gerulaitus.

While in Asia, Mr. Mollin has overseen Tennis Programs at various

tennis academies and clubs in Thailand and India.

Currently, Mr. Mollin is The Director of Tennis for a Bangkok Sport Club in

Thailand where he has been training tournament players from around Asia,

the USA, and other locales.


For the past few years in Asia Mr. Mollin has participated and won the following

competitions, among many others (over 200 tournaments won in Asia alone).

Mr. Mollin is the only player known to have won 30 tournaments consecutively

in the course of one year. Some recent wins include the following:

  • 2012: ITF Mens Singles Winner - Asian Championships
  • 2012: Thai National Veteran's Singles Champion
  • 2012: ITF Mens Doubles 35 Winner Pattaya Inter Club
  • 2012: ITF Mens Doubles 55  Winner Pattaya Inter Club
  • 2012: ITF Mens Singles Winner Pattaya Inter Club
  • 2010: ITF Asian Seniors Winner – Singles
  • 2010: ITF Asian Seniors Winner -  Doubles
  • 2012, 2011: Thai National Veteran’s Singles and Doubles
  • 2009, 2008: Champion
  • 2008: VLTA Mixed Doubles Champion
  • 2008: VLTA Senior Champion
  • 2008: Pattaya Veteran’s Champion
  • 2002, 2003: Thai National Veteran’s Singles Champion
  • 2002, 2004: Thai National Veteran’s 40’s Doubles Champion
  • 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007: Asian 50’s & 55’s Doubles Veteran’s Champion


Simple And Straightforward

"There's no substitute for experience, as they say, and Harold has both quality and quantity. As in all sport executed at the top level it looks so, so simple and straightforward. Those that have tried, at every level, know otherwise. Everyone can benefit from a cursory glance, lesson or full blown training regimen. I can think of no-one with a greater depth of knowledge or skill in identifying those key details that will improve your game than Harold Mollin!" - James Y.

Definitely Crazy In A Good Way

"As a psychologist, I know there are crazy people in a good way and crazy people in a bad way. From my life experience, I also know there are good pains in the ass and bad pains. Harold Mollin is definitely crazy in the good way - never met someone so crazy about tennis. [...] Most importantly, from an educational viewpoint, Harold sincerely enjoys the progress all his students are making in their tennis. Life, not only tennis, is all about beating/winning from yourself. Harold is certainly making a significant contribution to my ambition of becoming a worldwide top 100 player in the ITF Seniors (50+) circuit!"  - Vittorio B. Psychologist, PhD

His Tennis Passion Is Contagious

"Harold Mollin's passion for tennis is contagious, not to mention is he one of the best in the world on the seniors tour (for numerous age groups), but his knowledge and deep understanding for the game can inspire all ages and aspiring tennis players of all levels" - Peter Lucas (former ranked Australian junior)

Harold’s Tennis Tips Are Key Pointers

"In between tennis lessons, Harold's tips are key pointers that help me strengthen my game" - Camille P.

Because of this man, I even have become more fanatic about tennis

"Was introduced to the beautiful game of tennis by my parents whom i forever remain grateful for but the appreciation even became bigger when 4 years ago i became acquainted with Mr Harold Mollin. Not only does this man eat, speak and dream tennis, he has played and lived it and his match analysis and player profiles are spot on. Because of this man, I even have become more fanatic about tennis even more and its all thanks to him, my love for the sport has risen to greater heights. Since I left Bangkok last year after 7 great years, I still watch the game and love it with passion but its not the same with my man Harold by my side giving me the blow by blow bits of every game and play. He is a man who would be of great help to any individual with hopes of making it big on the tennis circuit." - Farai Ngoni B.

It’s an awesome book...

“It’s an awesome book… bought it for my kindle on amazon … great tips and awesome drills. I really like your drills… My student and I do the serve and volley drill she calls it the serve and volley game first to 10 lose at point if you double fault or miss the 1st volley … we also do the 8 deep volley or overheads without allowing any ball to bounce and the volley game half court only start the rally and play it out lose a point if the ball gets over your head … your drill are on point in reinforcing skills and tactical lessons…” - Clay R.

Get the best out of our students...

“Although I’ve been coaching for many years, and we all have our own methods to get the best out of our students, I will always look and listen to what my peers are doing. Quite often I will invite a coach to my sessions to look at my students with fresh eyes, i never feel threatened or worried about losing a student, in fact more often than not it makes them feel even more important, and are grateful, I have used many of your quotes thank you Harold, I am planning to visit Bangkok in the future.” - Roger Nadal Tennis

Title:101 Tennis Tips From A World Class Coach VOLUME 2: A Common Sense Approach to TennisFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 18, 2015Publisher:MyPublishingCompanyLanguage:English

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