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Great tennis player this John McEnroe. I enjoyed his games (and his tantrums) very much. The book reflects pretty well his extraordinary personality. Highly reccomendable.Published 8 months ago by JLTRAVA
I am a Serious John McEnroe Fan.
If you watch tennis today. You'll hear his voice. Apparently its really him that appeals to the game. Read more
If you were into tennis in the McEnroe era, this book is really good. Not so sure about it if you didn't know about the players Mac includes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by wheels
Great read. The story started out with the 9/11 terrorist attacks as Mr. McEnroe is a resident of Manhattan. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Patrick Kennedy
A fun read. Definitely in his words. Always fun to get a behind-the-scenes view of the pro tennis scene and the personalities involved.Published 15 months ago by texas-friend
McEnroe is a personality that can only be appreciated.....Published 16 months ago by James A. Foreman
similar to the book "shot and a ghost" by squash champion James Willstrop, its good to read something special from the heart of a player instead of another me-too so called... Read morePublished 17 months ago by john li
A great read even if you don't play the game. Johnny Mac....one of the greatest in the game shares so much here. Loved it.Published 20 months ago by Nolan Winkler