Courting fame: the perilous road to women's tennis stardom

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Harper & Row, 1986 - Sports & Recreation - 254 pages
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Offers an in-depth look at what it takes to become a professional woman tennis player, and examines the women's tennis circuit as seen through the lives of three talented young players, their coaches, agents, and families

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Courting fame: the perilous road to women's tennis stardom

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This is a book about the phenomenon of the female teenage tennis player in America. It is a story of sweaty girls in terrycloth headbands and polished fingernails, as well as of the business of ... Read full review

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Junior women's tennis stars in the early '80s find the road to pro stardom is not easy. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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U S OpenSeptember 1983
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Bakersfield Ginny
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Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Karen Stabiner "is an adjunct professor at Columbia's graduate school of journalism. Her work has appeared in Saveur, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Vogue, and Travel & Leisure. She is the?co-author of?The Valentino Cookbook

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