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From the Publisher"A Publishers Weekly Top 10 Sports Book."
"Ware mixes strong writing with poignant insights from an array of sources to give us an idea of how King's tenacity and spiritedness not only enabled her get to the top of the tennis world but also helped her put women's tennis on par with the men's game."
-Journal of American History
"Game, Set, Match is the best political history of the ties between sports and feminism that I've read. It is a beautifully written, solidly researched book that captures—through the pivotal figure of Billie Jean King—the complicated relationships among Title IX, feminists, sports advocates, and ideas of gender equality."—Susan K. Cahn, author of Coming on Strong: Gender and Sexuality in Twentieth-Century Women's Sports