- DIEGO.Lv 71 year ago
this is a good question!
- PecuaristaLv 71 year ago
- mike mLv 51 year ago
Look like Anna Kournikova!
- 10ISGAWDLv 71 year ago
Famously, Malcolm Gladwell suggested that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master any skill ... history suggests that it helps to have an older sibling to learn from and play doubles with ... and don't forget the 23 major titles and Olympic gold medals.
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- WINFIELDACELv 41 year ago
BEATING EVERYONE MOST OF YOUR CARRER
- Verulam 1Lv 71 year ago
Being born to the 'right parents' with money and in a country with tennis facilities - massive help. Starting young with a good team/coach behind you. Working hard, training and physically and GETTING LUCKY (in terms of who is playing in the same era!).
- ChuckLv 71 year ago
Leo's seem to become super-champions: Laver, Sampras, Federer.
Pick your Mom and Dad very carefully. They need to be serious tennis players or teachers/coaches themselves, OR they must have a lot of money to help you get teaching, coaching, travel, etc etc etc so you can move up the ladder of tennis' many, many skill levels. Not so easy!!!!!!!
You might also pick up a copy of "The Tennis Parent's Bible," by Frank Giampaolo, 2nd Edition. That wouldn't hurt.
- PearlLv 71 year ago
by practicing a lot
- GregLv 41 year ago
Take notes from roger federer from a young age.