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The Bud Collins History of Tennis: An Authoritative Encyclopedia and Record Book Paperback – June 1, 2008
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"If you know nothing about tennis, this book is for you. And if you know everything about tennisHah!Bud knows more, so this book is for you too!" Martina Navratilova, nine-time Wimbledon singles champion
"We can’t move forward if we don’t understand and appreciate our past. [This book] not only provides us with accurate reporting of the rich tennis history, it keeps us current on the progress of the sport today." Billie Jean King
"No tennis encyclopedia could be written by anyone but Bud Collins because Bud Collins is the walking tennis encyclopediathe game's barefoot professor. The only thing missing about the sport from his new edition is a section about Bud himself. But everything else is thereand it's easy to open and use for the whole family." Frank Deford, author, commentator, and Sports Illustrated contributor
"I wanted to see what size tennis shoe Ivan Lendl wore and I thought, 'Where the heck is my copy of The Bud Collins History of Tennis?'" Don Imus, host, Imus in the Morning radio program
About the Author
Bud Collins is a world-famous tennis journalist and historian, a long-time columnist for the Boston Globe, and a television broadcaster for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, and the Tennis Channel. A 1994 inductee into the International Tennis Hall of Fame, he is the coauthor of The Education of a Tennis Player and Evonne! On the Move and the author of My Life with the Pros. He lives in Boston.
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