The Killerspin 500-01 Success in Table Tennis DVD, 2nd Edition is a step by step guide to the world's fastest sport. A DVD for all players and skill levels - For those who are just starting out to those who would like to increase their current skill level. New features on the Killerspin 500-01 Success in Table Tennis DVD, 2nd Edition include how to play against long pips, how to play against penholders, and a segment about the women's game. This DVD is 77 minutes in length.
Success continued to elude Chris Rea on his third album, Tennis, on which he began to experiment with slightly longer songs and more free-form jamming, the songs "Every Time I See You Smile," "Stick It," and the title track all being over five minutes long. For Tennis, he enlisted the assistance of Raphael Ravenscroft on saxophone fresh from his crowning moment on the Gerry Rafferty "Baker Street" single and Pete Wingfield on keyboards, among many other musicians to contribute to this album, but Chris Rea himself stamped his personal mark on the album, writing all the songs, providing vocals, guitar, and keyboards, and he even dispensed with the need for an outside producer. Hence the Elton John feel of his Gus Dudgeon-produced previous album, Deltics was gone, aside from on the ballad "Every Time I See You Smile," and it was replaced by a variety of styles including the horn-driven "Forever and Ever," the gospel song "Stick It" that closed the album, and the reggae-tinged, guitar-led instrumental "Friends Across the Water".