I Know Absolutely Nothing about Tennis
Millions play the sport and even more watch it on television, yet tennis remains a new and intriguing adventure for the hundreds of thousands each year who grab a racquet for the first time. This book provides a lighthearted and yet authoritative introduction to the sport, with information on its history, fashions, rules, equipment, etiquette, and other tennis topics. Illustrations.
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