Mine: A Guide to Mastering Women's Doubles

An Illustrated Guide to Women's Doubles.

MINE! is the most approachable, useful tennis book on the market.

Designed to coach doubles players of all levels to:

- Have better positioning on the court.
- Feel confidence where and how to move.
- Give players noticeable, winning results, right away!

By summarizing the most common challenges tennis players experience when playing doubles, Uros provides effective solutions to meet those challenges.

Written by Uros Budimac
Illustrations by Lou Dahl)


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What Our Readers Are Saying

Uros presents, in a very innovative and colourful way, twenty frequent doubles situations. He offers simple and effective solutions to improve your game quickly.


Louis Cayer

Olympic gold medal coach

I use most, if not all, of the ideas in this book.


Gabriela Dabrowski

Grand Slam champion

A fun read and a comprehensive guide on the foundation and essential aspects of playing doubles.


Sharon Fichman

Professional doubles tennis player

This book is a good tool to have to create your own victory on court!


Aleksandra Wozniak

Former ranked No. 21 in the world

About Author


Uros Budimac

Uros Budimac is a Tennis Canada High Performance Level 3 Coach and is also certified with the United States Professional Tennis Association and the Spanish Tennis Registry. He has over 15 years of experience coaching players of all ages and ability levels. For the past 12 years, he managed local tennis programs at Hollyburn Country Club as well as Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club and is one of Canada’s leading young coaches. Uros creates change in a players’ tennis game in a friendly yet highly effective way of communicating and believes that everyone can improve – at all levels of play. He was a National level player in Serbia, followed by a tennis scholarship in the US before moving to Vancouver, Canada and devoting himself to his coaching career.