Djokovic's exceptional talents have fans and critics alike wondering where his career will take him next. Inside, you will discover where it all started and learn why so many fans love Djokovic so much. From family to tennis to the future, all you need to know about Novak Djokovic is right here, right now, in the most up to date coverage of Novak Djokovic's life.
Game, Set and Match: Secret Weapons of the World's Top Tennis Players is an unprecedented collection of tips from the sport's superstars, including Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, Grigor Dimitrov, Eugenie Bouchard, Kei Nishikori, Pete Sampras, Steffi Graf, Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg, Milos Raonic, Caroline Wozniacki, Stan Wawrinka, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Bob and Mike Bryan, Martina Navratilova, Gael Monfils, Petra Kvitova, Ana Ivanovic and Marin Cilic.
There is also advice from Roger Federer's mother, Lynette on tennis parenting and tips from Rafa Nadal's uncle and coach, Toni, as well as other leading coaches such as Patrick Mouratoglou, Nick Bollettieri, Paul Annacone, Marian Vajda, Judy Murray, Darren Cahill, Roger Rasheed and Robert Lansdorp, and from fitness experts such as Andre Agassi's former trainer, Gil Reyes.
Top tips from the pros include:
'How to disguise your serve' by Pete Sampras
'Being a tennis parent' by Lynette Federer
'How to play a "tweener"' by Grigor Dimitrov
This is Andy Murray’s story – from the first time he picked up a tennis racquet, to his Grand Slam win at the US Open.
Did you know that Andy was approached by a major football club? Or that he used to play doubles with Novak Djokovic? Follow the Scot's rise to stardom in this brand-new biography of our tennis ace.
"Novak Djokovic: A Perfect Season?" is a behind-the-scenes biography of the Serbian Sensation's rise to fame. In the book you'll learn about Djokovic's origins, his life off the court, and the intense rivalries that have defined his career.
Hugh MacDonald, owner and founder of the Canadian Succession Protection Company, provides a fun approach to succession and estate planning with this guidebook. Relying on his background as a musician, he uses the metaphor of music and the metronome to show that a family needs to compose its own songbook in the form of a Family Agreement and rehearse it before their opening performance as owners.
There are simple steps you can take to get your house in order before you, the conductor, leave the stage. You can learn how to• prepare family members for the responsibility of ownership; • provide a framework for your enterprise to survive for centuries; • create a plan that establishes a shared vision for future generations; and • build consensus among family members in and outside the business.
Help your family deal effectively with succession and estate planning, and have fun along the way by learning from an expert who has years helping family enterprises succeed.