“Oscar is a great coach. In a few days he helped me regain my strokes and my feel for the ball.” Bjorn Borg, 5 Wimbledons Champion and 6 French Opens




“Known and respected all around the world, Oscar has given us another great contribution with this book.” Guga Kuerten, 3 French Opens Champion, Number One in the World in 2000




“I think you’ll find it worthwhile to dump the past and join Oscar in your tennis future. In listening to him I’ve unlearned a few things myself that I long considered gospel.” Bud Collins, American journalist and television sportscaster, best known for his tennis commentary



“This book (Tennis in Two Hours) describes to a “T” what I felt when I was at the top of my game. It is amazing that Oscar makes it so simple to learn.” Martin Mulligan, Wimbledon finalist to Rod Laver in 1962 , three-time Italian Open winner, ranked no 1 in Italy between 1968 and 1971, 10-year Captain Italian Davis Cup team


“The mark of a good teacher is someone who listens and evolves with the game and leads that evolution and you have that guy here today.” Dick Gould, Stanford Men’s Tennis Coach, 17 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships, 50 All-American honors, introducing Oscar at the 2011 USPTA Nor Cal Annual Convention


“I have long acknowledged that your tennis teaching methods are light years ahead of those for most teaching professionals in our industry. I also happen to believe that our industry has complicated the learning process for so many players that they become discouraged and leave our sport too quickly. Your ideas simplify matters, and this is crucial.” Bill Mountford, Vice President USPTA, Market Development Specialist, USTA


“Oscar’s techniques are incredible. Back in 1982 he was with me (coaching) in Germany and the students called him “the American who taught tennis in two hours”. Over and over, he had total beginners rallying 40, 60 balls back and forth in just two hours of instruction. He also helped the Weiden Tennis Club have an undefeated junior tennis team that year and get our main team to the Bundesliga.” Jurgen Fassbender, former #1 player in Germany and Top Ten player in the world


“Oscar has broken the mold in understanding the modern tennis stroke. In working with him and watching super slo-motion sequences of the top pros, I have seen the genius of Oscar’s analysis of their dynamics and technique. He has translated that into effective teaching methodology that is easy and fun to learn from.” Andy Rosenberg, Director, Wimbledon and French Open for NBC Sports