101 Incredible Moments in Tennisby Joshua Shifrin
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In the French Open in 1989, a 17-year-old, Michael Chang, worked his way through the draw to the fourth round and ended up playing number one-seeded and three-time champion, Ivan Lendl. As the game progressed, the outlook was bleak for Chang, who lost the first two sets. However, he came back and won the second two to find himself serving at 4-3 in the fifth.
Then he did the unthinkable. He served underhand. Lendl was flustered, lost concentration, the crowd roared, and Chang went on to win the match.
This is just one of many amazing on-court stories of bravery, skill, luck and all that keeps us watching our favorite tennis stars time and time again. And here, once more, is a revised collection of fascinating true stories from courts around the world; from outrageous outbursts to unexpected deaths. Moments that involve a host of characters; from Authur Ashe to Lindsay Davenport and everyone in between including Borg, Conners, Navratilova, Nastase and Cash.
Humorous, gripping and surprising by turns, 101 Incredible Moments in Tennis is packed full of fascinating stories, and happy memories. For die-hard tennis fans and casual followers alike, this book will always serve up an ace.
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