Brad Gilbert has become one of the world's greatest tennis players by "winning ugly"--analyzing and capitalizing on an opponent's weakness. Now Gilbert shows how to think better--and win more often--on the court. "Winning Ugly is great. These are pro tactics that will improve a recreational player's game fast".--Pete Sampras.
Brad Gilbert is considered by experts to be among the world’s foremost tennis analysts. A former “Giant Killer” on the ATP Tour, his acute observations are now heard worldwide on ESPN. Gilbert has coached Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, and Andy Murray among others. He lives in San Rafael, California, with his wife, Kim, and three children, Zach, Julian, and Zoe. Visit his website at BradGilbertTennis.com.
Steve Jamison collaborated with legendary UCLA coach John Wooden on the national bestseller
Wooden on Leadership. He lives in San Francisco, California. Visit his website at SteveJamison.com.