Balti...I'm a first year rider and could not land a TS W2W like you. I kept getting off axis in the air and could not get the pop to make it across. So I took a lesson and I can land them everytime now. Basically what you do is this. Cut ALL the way out on your heelside edge, come off edege and then wait for the line to tighten back up (about 3-5 seconds). Then look all the way across the wake at some object on the shore about eye level or higher and focus on it. Then slowly roll over onto your toes and start cutting progressively towards the wake standing very tall with little to no bend in your knees with your eyes fixed on your shore object the whole time. Keep building your edge harder and harder and DO NOT look at the wake...you do not need to look at it, see it or push off of it to land this trick...trust me. Just keep your eyes on the object and keep cutting harder. And cut harder than you ever thought that you could...this will keep you on edge through the wake and will give you the speed to clear the second wake. Once in the air, still keep looking at the object on the shore and as you feel yourself untwist into a FS 180 position towards the boat, take your rear hand off the handle and put the handle to your front hip/butt back towards the wake with your lead hand. This will keep you over your toes and get you ready to land on your toe side edge to edge away from the wake upon landing...key to landing this trick. Once you feel yourself land, absorb the landing with your knees, keep your direction/edge all the while with your eyes still on your selected shore object.
First few times you land these you will be shocked that your still standing and riding, even though you never saw the wake or water below you...but its a pretty cool feeling and it really does work. Just focus on cutting as absolutely hard as you can on a progressive edge. If you don't land this trick, it means that you let up on your edge right at the wake, didn't cut hard enough, and/or didn't get your rear hand off the handle and put the handle back towards the wake upon landing.
Good luck and keep us posted on how it goes.