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*A Magical Racquet Ride: Journey to the Four Grand Slam Tournaments of Tennis by Marissa Irvin Gould

*Any Given Monday: Sports Injuries & How to Prevent Them by James R. Andrews MD

*The Art of Coaching High School Tennis by Bill Patton

Bounce by Matthew Syad

*The Confidence Factor by Linda LeClaire

*The Courtside Coach by Dr. Bryce Young & Linda Bunker

Developing Talent in Young People by Benjamin Bloom

*First in a Field of Two by Barry Buss

*From Chump to Champ by David Benzel

*Hiding Inside the Baseline by Bobby Blair

*How To Attract A College Scholarship by Frank Giampaolo

The Inner Game of Tennis by W. Timothy Gallwey

Introducing Your Child to Sports by Ross Flowers

*The Invaluable Experience by Danielle Lao

*Jimmy Connors Saved My Life by Joel Drucker

Managing Thought by Mary Lore

*Match Chart Collection by Frank Giampaolo

*Maximum Tennis by Nick Saviano

*Match Day Preparation by Frank Giampaolo

*The Mental Emotional Tennis Workbook by Frank Giampaolo

Mindset by Carol Dweck

Open by Andre Agassi

Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

*The Parent’s Guide to Basic Injury Prevention for Tennis by ITPA (ParentingAces readers get 10% discount by using code “aces” at checkout)

The Parent’s Manual of Sports Psychology by James I. Milhouse

Parenting in Youth Sport: From Research to Practice by Nicholas L. Holt & Camilla Knight

*The Perfect Tennis Parent by Matt Dektas

*Playing Sports Right Your Way by Bill Patton

The Price of Privilege by Madeline Levine

Rafa by Rafael Nadal

Raising Big Smiling Tennis Kids by Keith Kattan

*Raising Your Child to be a Champion in Athletics, Arts, & Academics by Wayne Bryan

*The Secrets of Spanish Tennis by Chris Lewit

Strokes of Genius by L. Jon Wertheim

*The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle (you can also read his blog online)

*Tennis Coaches and Parents: Bridging the Communication Gap by Lisa Stone & Bill Patton

Tennis Fitness for the Love of it: A Mindful Approach to Fitness for Injury-free Tennis by Suzanna McGee

*The Tennis Parent’s Bible by Frank Giampaolo

*The Tennis Parent’s Bible (2nd edition) by Frank Giampaolo

*Tennis:  Winning the Mental Match by Allen Fox

*Top 5 Mental and Emotional Foundations for Winning Tennis by Bill Patton

*Top 5 Strategies and Tactics to Win More Tennis Matches by Bill Patton

Totally Tennis for Me by Becky Gunn Holmes

*Tournament Tough by Carlos Goffi (Kindle edition)

Winning Ugly by Brad Gilbert

*Worthy to Win by Joey Johnson

*Book written by a ParentingAces Radio Show guest

  • Vanitcha
    #1 written by Vanitcha 4 years ago

    Raising Big Smiling Tennis Kids: a complete roadmap for every parent and coach by Keit Kattan
    Highly recommend this book for tennis parents. I read it right from the start when my kids declared tennis as their sport.

  • Grady
    #2 written by Grady 3 years ago

    Lovin’ your blog! Always looking for help to keep “the beast” under control! Suggested reading : Mindset by Carol Dweck and The Power of a Praying Parent by Stormie Omartian. Watched Morgan in Mobile a few weeks ago and he looks great!

  • Dan B.
    #3 written by Dan B. 2 years ago

    Game. Set. Life by Ed Tseng is a must read. He is one of the top authorities on the Mental Game.

  • Becky Gunn Holmes
    #4 written by Becky Gunn Holmes 1 year ago

    Would love for you to share my new book! Totally Tennis For Me is a recently released book about a little girl starting tennis for the first time. A fun read for young kids!! Sold on Amazon. Thanks so much! Becky Holmes

  • Robert Beck
    #5 written by Robert Beck 8 months ago

    I recently read, “Letters to an Aspiring Tennis Pro” by Alan G. Peyrouton and it blew me away. I wish it was around when my son was working so hard to make it on the challenger and satellite circuit. The author really knows his tennis. If any parent is helping their child or if there’s a player out there who has any intention of turning pro, I highly recommend this book. I found it on Amazon.

  • David Gibson
    #6 written by David Gibson 2 months ago

    So you want to win wimbledon by martin baldridge

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