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Monica Seles is a former number one world professional tennis player who became the youngest-ever champion at the French Open in 1990, and went on to win nine Grand Slam singles titles. Tennis magazine lists Seles as the thirteenth greatest tennis player of all time, male or female. In October 2007, she was appointed a goodwill ambassador/spokesperson for the UN’s Global Sports for Peace and Development program initiative. Despite her early elimination, Monica was a sentimental favorite on season six of Dancing with the Stars. She lives in Florida.
Great read and insight to one of most ferise tennis player of her time. gret insight to the real Monica and the stabing, very funny at times too.Published 9 months ago by Michael J Wilson
A must read for anyone. It is inspiring in itself. It reminds you that everyone has ups and downs in trying to be a better person in all aspects.Published 10 months ago by Douglas Fisher
I really enjoyed this book. Monica shared an insight of her life that was refreshing. She was honest and entertaining.Published 15 months ago by CK
It's a good book and amazing.
Everything is well done in this book.
Monica seles was a very nice tennis player.
I bought this book because i was interested in her after tennis life. I'm so glad i did. She writes wonderful advice based on her insight of life in a competitive world. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lulu
Great book, great price, great reading!You get to know Monica in her own words and learn alot about her life.Published 17 months ago by Millie
I bought this book back in 09 during a layover in a train station. Having been a binge eater and yo yo dieter for over fifteen years at that point, the title really resonated with... Read morePublished 21 months ago by E.A.
Monica Seles shows the person behind the tennis star. Her story encouraged me to become a better person, no matter where I am, I can be the person I would like to become.Published 21 months ago by B.P
I grew up watching Monica play, and she's my favorite female player of all time. This book was very informative and gave you both on-court and off-court insight into one of the... Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by Marc A. Travis