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Champion's Mind: Lessons from a Life in Tennis

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  • Posted January 14, 2011

    Indifferent, I guess?

    I thought the book gave a few bits of insight in the private life of Pete, but I feel like I could have gotten everything I wanted to know in a 10 page essay. The book goes on and on about how great Pete was and it's true, but I want to know more behind the scenes things, not what I can figure out from watching the match (i.e. I knew that Pete cramped and threw up when he played Corretja). I only read this book b/c I just just finished Open by Agassi and Andre mentioned Pete a bunch of times. It's a decent complimentary book, but it's not fast paced at all.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2008

    Pete's Histsory

    Doesn¿t a biography give you information so you know the individual better? The 1st chapter and 10th chapter did that and were enjoyable to read. The remaining chapters were a review of his matches but really had no interesting facts that I didn¿t already know. I did finish the book and would recommend this book for people that never heard of Sampras or for those who never watched him play for years. Maybe I didn't realize how much I knew about Pete before I bought the book. It does have some advice for succeeding in this world and what you might have to sacrifice to succeed or at least what Pete had to scarifice to be successful.

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