A professional tennis player tells of the curlier struggles as an amateur, of the rise to three time championship at...

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PERRY ON TENNIS

A professional tennis player tells of the curlier struggles as an amateur, of the rise to three time championship at Wimbledon and member of the victorious British Davis Cup Team. The book gives in minutest detail scores of his matches in victory and defeat, which facts may be of interest to those fans who want complete records for reference. The last half contains a clear description of his famous shots and an analysis of his method. In addition to pointers of other famous stars. A book for the tennis minded, which should prove useful as a how-to-do book for beginners as well.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937