120 of the Best Tennis Books: Hand-picked Favorites

120 Of The Best Tennis Books

Hand-picked favorites

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If you’re looking for a new tennis book, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the best tennis books ever written by the biggest names in our sport, and organized them so you can quickly find a book you’ll love.

At the time of creating this resource, every book on this list had terrific reviews, and many sit on our bookshelf, so we’re confident you’ll find a book that you enjoy.

With 120 books on our list, there’s a lot to look through, so we’ve hand-picked 15 of the greatest tennis books that stand out from the crowd. If you’re in a rush or looking for the cream of the crop, then this section is for you.

Open by Andre Agassi
Rafa by Rafael Nadal, John Carlin
The Inner Game of Tennis by W. Timothy Gallwey
The Outsider by Jimmy Connors
Winning Ugly by Brad Gilbert, Steve Jamison
The Art of Doubles by Pat Blaskower
A Terrible Splendor by Marshall Jon Fisher
Tennis Strategy by Grant Grinnell
Tennis Fitness for the Love of It by Suzanna McGee
Tennis Anatomy by Paul Roetert
Levels of the Game by John McPhee
Complete Conditioning for Tennis by Paul Roetert
Championship Tennis by Frank Giampaolo
Tennis For The Rest of Us by Dave Kocak
Tennis For Dummies by Patrick McEnroe, Peter Bodo

Below you’ll find an overview of the categories of books we cover – click any of them to jump to that section of the article or keep scrolling to browse them all.