where can I rent tennis instructional videos or DVDs?

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  1. jesustoon

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    Hi, Where can I rent tennis instructional videos or DVDs?
     
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  2. donnyz89

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    public library?
     
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  3. akj27

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    you answered his question with a question lol
     
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  4. donnyz89

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    and u answered my question with a joke and it doesnt even answer his question to begin with. ;)
     
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  5. evw

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    public library, netflix, and local usta section all rent or lend intructional videos.
     
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  6. strongman

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    i found some were on sale on ****, but not sure if they r good or craps
     
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    The public library is your best bet at least in my area, I have a Blockbuster subscription and I also checked Netflix they don't have good selection. Also check some bookstores or the net.
     
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  8. Chris Evert-Awful

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    If you can find my sort-of-name's-sake's 3 volume instructional video set on one of the online vendors, it's well worth it. I think it's from '91. Chrissie looks a bit like a dying drag queen in the prelude intro segment, but otherwise it's been indispensable to me.
     
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    i found some were on sale on eb-a-y, but not sure if they r good or craps
     
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  10. Burt Turkoglu

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    .....why don't you buy 'em and we'll rent 'em out from you?
     
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    Have you tried the download option at totalvid, Scott? Was it reasonable in quality or just typical Internet streaming-video?
     
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  13. goober

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    it looks like all their tennis vids are from Tom Avery.
     
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  14. pham4313

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    The quality on these videos are good enough. I used free trial download...so i could download 3 movies at once but it sucks that files are copyrighted and you have have to acquire a license which i could but after 7 days the license will expire and you have to pay again to rent it for another week. Trying to use screen capture or something to record the movies
     
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