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Tennis: Game of Motion
Tennis Game of Motion
Author: Eugene Scott
Strength, finesse, and speed are essential to meet the brutal demands of this electric sport. The pages of this book blend a stunning panorama of photography, both black and white and full color, with the commentary of international competitor Gene Scott to document one of the world's oldest yet most alluring games.
ISBN: 348046
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Crown Publishers, Inc.
Book Type: Hardcover
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Book traces the history of tennis through its beginnings all the way through the early 1970s when published. Terrific photographs of many of the greats and also some very good historical photos. This is a great tool to research any aspect of the game from its origins, clothing, and big stars. An enjoyable read.


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