From the Back Cover
If you're a normal, red-blooded American, you prefer tennis to sex-and Freud always knew you'd come to consider the size of the racket more important than the size of anything else. The famous doctor suppressed his findings because of a morbid fear of white shorts, but now his secret papers have been discovered. This book explains the conclusions he hid and reveals man's true basic drive: getting a court in prime time.
Complete with case studies, photographs, personal correspondence and seminal doodles.
Theodor Saretsky, Ph.D., is a training analyst and clinical professor at the Postdoctoral Institute, Adelphi University. He doesn't win at tournaments, but he doesn't feel guilty.