CENTER COURT by Helen Hull Jacobs

CENTER COURT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An unusually good sports story by one of the foremost tennis players of all time. Kathy Webb, the American amateur woman's tennis champion, plays in France and finally wins the greatest match of all at Wimbledon. The story, written in simple, direct prose, is primarily for tennis fans. There is a romance but the focus of the book is the center courts where Kathy performs. Check full of many detailed descriptions of exciting games. Excellent for tennis lovers.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1950
Publisher: Barnes