Mon, 16 January 2017
Are you wondering how you can captain your team to a winning season? Whether you've just taken over a team or have been at it for a while, there are some definite steps you can take to make sure your team has a real chance at coming out this season as winners. in this episode of Tennis Quick Tips, I'll give you three tips for getting your team on the track to winning.
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Direct download: 156_How_to_Captain_Your_Team_to_a_Winning_Season.mp3
Category:Tennis -- posted at: 11:30am PDT