Agawam resident Paul Fein publishes instructional tennis guide  

Aug. 10, 2021 |   Lauren LeBel
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Agawam native Paul Fein recently published “Fein Points of Tennis.”
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AGAWAM – Paul Fein, an Agawam resident since 1979, recently published his fourth book titled “The Fein Points of Tennis,” an instructional guide of the sport that’s fit for all ages and levels.

According to a press release, Fein’s book touches upon a variety of topics that aren’t often talked about. This includes “the “modern forehand,” the “strike zone,” grip firmness, the critical importance of balance, and “the geometry of tennis.” In addition, he mentions “underemphasized topics” such as the half volley, match momentum, playing in the wind, wrong-footing, and more.

Over a long period of time, Fein has been writing and accumulating his best articles that make up the majority of his book. Of the 80 to 90 articles that he’s written, he incorporates about 50. He said that some of the earliest articles included in this book date back to 2007 and the most recent articles were written over the last few months.

Fein Points of Tennis Instructional Book Now Available

July 31, 2021 | Dalton Zbierski, Editor

CHICOPEE – Tennis runs through the veins of Paul Fein, author of “The Fein Points of Tennis: Technique and Tacticsto Unleash Your Talent.

”Fein, a longtime tennis writer and instructor, has been playing the game since he was a teenager. Fein recently released the 511-page publication, featuring 53 instructional articles he wrote between 2007 and 2021.

Beyond the United States, Fein has covered tennis professionally in Japan, Australia, England, Germany and South Africa. After playing and reporting on tennis for decades, Fein was compelled to compile “The Fein Points of Tennis.”