Originally Posted by Frank Silbermann
For instruction, I would have to say _Ed Faulkner's Tennis: How to Play it, How to Teach It_
Most books only gave advice and suggestions as to how to hit the strokes; the book enumerated dozens of specific variations shown with photo sequences, and for each variation the book told whether it was tolerable -- or whether the it was something that was just plain incorrect and which the instructor would need to make the pupil change.
It is from this authority that I know that the techniques which significantly improved my game of late, which are based on what today's pros are doing, are in fact incorrect.
I take it you are being sarcastic and criticizing the book, based on the last paragraph quoted?