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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 13th, 2003, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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Forgive me if there is a recent similar thread knocking around elsewhere(!).... I'm sure this thread will die a decent death if that is the case. Anyways, just wanted to create some general chit-chat on tennis reading.

Be it coaching, biographies, tour insights (a la the Wertheim book)....I can bet this is a passionate board so any tips and 'reviews' would be greatly appreciated.

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BBB, this is not a response to your to your topic but I coudln't help noticing, two posts and already a repuation off! What on earth did you say in your other post?
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BBB, this is not a response to your to your topic but I coudln't help noticing, two posts and already a repuation off! What on earth did you say in your other post?
His reputation is OFF, that doesn't mean bad reputation.

On the subject of books, I wish their were tennisbooks sold in Flanders, but untill now I haven't seen one!

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My favorites:

Venus Envy by Jon Wertheim

Passing Shots by Pam Shriver

Monica: From Fear to Victory by Monica Seles and Nancy Ann Richardson

Return of a Champion: The Monica Seles Story by Joe Layden
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Im currently reading "Serious" by John McEnroe

Interesting as all biographies. Can recommend.
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