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on 3 May 2013
Lobley seeks to make a carefully considered contribution to the sports psychology genre.

Written from the perspective of a competitive amateur, he follows a relatively thin line of professionals who've written on the psychology of sporting captaincy.

Brearley (who reached the top of the tree as both professional sportsman and professional psychologist), with his classic on cricket, is probably the most well established.

As far as I am aware, though, this is book is unique in tackling the art of tennis captaincy.

That said, it should appeal more widely to any amateur sportsperson, particularly those in - or keen to move into - captaincy roles.
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