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  • The Days of Roger Federerby Randy Walker

    New Chapter Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    One of the world?s most well-known and respected athletes, Roger Federer has had a career that ranks among the most celebrated and successful in all of tennis history. This entertaining and illuminating chronicle of Federer?s trophy-laden journey is unique for its day-by-day format: every day of the calendar year is presented with a corresponding... more...

  • Andy Murray: Wimbledon Championby Mark Hodgkinson

    New Chapter Press 2014; US$ 9.99

    When Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal both shockingly exited Wimbledon in the early rounds of the 2013 championships, the level of expectation on Scotsman Andy Murray to become the first British champion of the men?s competition since 1936?already high?reached fever pitch. Overcoming a two-set deficit in the quarterfinals, Murray would go on to face... more...

  • Acing Depressionby Cliff Richey; Hilaire Richey Kallendorf; Jimmy Connors

    New Chapter Press 2010; US$ 9.99

    Chronicling the tumultuous life of the original bad boy of tennis, this engaging memoir describes one man?s public battle with clinical depression. Cliff Richey was best known for the 1970 season in which he won the Grand Prix, the Davis Cup, and was first in the American tennis ranking. He was also well known for his tantrums and boorish behavior... more...

  • Tennis Made Easyby Kelly Gunterman

    New Chapter Press 2010; US$ 9.99

    Accessible and concise, this informative guide offers helpful advice for tennis players to improve their skills and their game. Offering sensible instruction drawn from 30 years of coaching, expert techniques are explained in a clear, jargon-free format. Effective for tennis players at all levels, this valuable handbook includes a wealth of tactics,... more...

  • The Greatest Tennis Matches of All Timeby Steve Flink

    New Chapter Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    Author and tennis historian Steve Flink profiles and ranks the greatest tennis matches in the history of the sport. Roger Federer, Billie Jean King, Rafael Nadal, Bjorn Borg, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Rod Laver, and Chris Evert are all featured in this book that breaks down, analyzes, and puts into historical context the most memorable matches... more...

  • The Wimbledon Final That Never Was . . .by Sidney Wood; David Wood

    New Chapter Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    The only time in the history of Wimbledon that the men?s singles final was not played is told in detail by the crowned champion in this illuminating tennis biography. Sidney Wood won the 1931 Wimbledon title by default over Frank Shields—his school buddy, doubles partner, roommate, and Davis Cup teammate—in one of the most curious episodes in sports... more...

  • Boycottby Jerry Caraccioli; Tom Caraccioli; Walter F. Mondale

    New Chapter Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    With a thorough exploration of the political climate of the time and the Soviet Union?s invasion of Afghanistan, this book describes the repercussions of Jimmy Carter?s American boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow. Despite missing the games they had trained relentlessly to compete in, many U.S. athletes went on to achieve remarkable successes... more...

  • How to Sell Your Screenplayby Carl Sautter

    New Chapter Press 1992; US$ 9.99

    An Emmy Award nominee and former Moonlighting story editor gives smart, timely inside information on how to successfully market a film or TV screenplay in this handy guide. Abridged edition. more...

  • The Education of a Tennis Playerby Rod Laver; Bud Collins

    New Chapter Press 2010; US$ 9.99

    Depicting the monumental achievements of a world-class athlete, this firsthand account documents Rod Laver?s historic 1969 Grand Slam sweep of all four major tennis titles. Coauthored with renowned tennis expert Bud Collins, this frank memoir details Laver?s childhood, early career, and his most important matches. Each chapter also contains a companion... more...

  • The Lennon Prophecyby Joseph Niezgoda

    New Chapter Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    Offering a new interpretation of the hidden messages and symbols that have ornamented Beatles mythology for years, this examination of the Beatles' recordings and album artwork theorizes that John Lennon's murder was eerily foretold. Following a fascinating and unique trail of sorcery, mysticism, numerology, backwards masking, anagrams, and literary... more...