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Table of Contents
Tennis Confidential II

TC 2

Foreword by Mary Carillo

Introduction


Part 1: The Great Debates

Chapter 1    Who Is the Greatest Men’s Tennis Player Ever?

Chapter 2     Who Is the Greatest Women’s Tennis Player Ever?

Chapter 3     Is This the Sport We Want?

Chapter 4     Is On-Court Coaching Good for Tennis?

Chapter 5     What’s Wrong with the ATP’s Doubles Reforms?

Chapter 6     Tennis vs. Golf: Which Sport Is Tougher?

Chapter 7     Should Tiebreakers Replace Deciding Sets?

Chapter 8     Where Have all the Serve and Volleyers Gone?

Chapter 9     10 Ways to Fire up Tennis

Chapter 10     How America Can Produce Tennis Champions Again


Part 2: People and Trends That Changed the Sport

Chapter 11     You’ve Come a Long Way, Ladies

Chapter 12     Famous Feuds in Tennis History

Chapter 13     From Russia with Love

Chapter 14     The Comeback That Proved Them All Wrong

Chapter 15     Double the Pleasure — or Pressure?

Chapter 16     Tennis for the Bloody Fun of It

Chapter 17     Andre Agassi: Rebel With a Cause

Chapter 18     Sharapova Fires Latest Shots in Russian Revolution

Chapter 19     Tennis Has an A-Rod, Too

Chapter 20     When Tennis Players Rocked


Part 3: Compelling Characters Hold Court

Chapter 21     Unique Yannick

Chapter 22     Jim Courier: From Dade City to Paris to Newport

Chapter 23     Martina Hingis: The ‘Spice Girl’ Champion

Chapter 24     Bryan Brothers: Double Shot of Excitement

Chapter 25     Stefan Edberg: The Gentleman Champion

Chapter 26     Michael Chang: The David Who Slays Goliaths

Chapter 27     Amelie Mauresmo: Vive La Difference

Chapter 28     Brad Gilbert: Coach of Champions

Chapter 29     Inside the Mind of Mats Wilander

Chapter 30     This Woody Keeps on Winning — Knock on Wood

Chapter 31     Gene Scott: A Pioneer and Promoter Who Shaped Open Tennis

Chapter 32     Jelena Jankovic: The Serb with Verve


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